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There’s something so symbolic about snow, the way the fresh powder covers everything and leaves it sparkling; it’s like a fresh start or a new beginning. Which is why a Winter Wonderland theme is perfect for a wedding, it symbolizes a new chapter in your life. To achieve this aesthetic, you’ll need to use cool hues, soft snowy textures and plenty of sparkling touches! Floral elements like Garland, white Lisianthus, and Douglas Fir branches can transform your wedding into a true winter wonderland.

Sleigh Ride

 

Over the top? Maybe. Unforgettable? Yes! What better way to make an entrance at your reception than in a horse-drawn sleigh! Add a pile of cozy blankets for you and your new spouse to snuggle up in and Garland as a gorgeous accent!

 

Mason Jar Snow Globe

 

The perfect party favor for your guests, you can easily make this snow globe using a mason jar, fake snow and the tips of Douglas Fir branches! Simply add your wedding date and let the memories live on.

 

Centerpiece

 

 You can create this frosted centerpiece using white Hydrangeas, white Roses, white Wax Flower, Port Oxford Cedar, and Juniper. Add silver and glitter balls to enhance the sparkling snowfall effect!

 

Ornament Place Cards

 

This is a simple, yet stunning, way to display your guest’s name cards.

 

Bouquet

 

Walk down the aisle with this beautiful bouquet that you can create using Dusty Miller, Seeded Eucalyptus, Naked Seeded Eucalyptus, white Anemones, Cymbidium Orchids, white Lisianthus, Brunia Silver, Pinecones, Balsam Tips and white Ranunculus. Wrap using a sparkling ribbon or pearls for a glam effect!

 

Mistletoe

 

Why wait to catch the bouquet when guests can take destiny into their own hands? Everyone can partake in the romance with a little Mistletoe! Incorporate elements from your bouquet by adding Seeded Eucalyptus and a few stems of white Lisianthus.

 

Boutonniere

 

Give your groom a little glam, while still mirroring your bouquet, with fun additions like pheasant feathers and dried Seeded Eucalyptus! White Ranunculus and cotton, over Baby Blue Eucalyptus, create a fresh snowfall effect.

 

Snow Frosted Treats

 

Everyone loves cake pops; they’re cute, guilt-free, bite-sized bombs of goodness! The best part is you can decorate them to match any theme or color palette. Think snowflakes and icicles, so lots of silver and sugar crystals!

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