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Wow, we have covered so much! We have talked about several winter wedding elements including winter bridal bouquetswinter save the date ideaswinter wedding dresseswinter bridal accessorieswinter groom accessorieswinter bridesmaids accessories and New Years Wedding Ideas. After outfits, the most crucial element of any wedding is the wedding cake. Like other elements of the winter wedding, there are many possibilities winter wedding cakes. You can focus on the snow, or other natural elements or simply play on complementing or contrasting colors. If you are going for a Christmas wedding, you can highlight the joyous  holiday with red, white and green, ornaments, holly, peppermint and more.

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photos @ Rustic Wedding Chic ~ Ruffled Blog ~ Bridal Guide ~ Wedding Chicks ~ Seventh Heaven Cakes ~ Wedd Book ~ Jenny Haas ~ Inspired By This ~ Intimate Weddings
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  • Marianna - January 5, 2014 - 4:29 am

    There are some amazing cakes on here, you should say who made them so we can speak with the owner/makersReplyCancel

We have covered already talked about several winter wedding elements including winter bridal bouquetswinter save the date ideaswinter wedding dresseswinter bridal accessorieswinter groom accessories and winter bridesmaids accessories. I had a few other things I would have liked to talk about first, but considering that today is New Years Eve, it is only fitting to discuss elements of a special type of winter wedding – the New Years Eve wedding. It is a very romantic choice for a wedding date – a brand new start to the new year and a life together. A New Years Eve wedding is full of glitz, glamour and sparkles. The day is made for a party, so a wedding celebration fits right in. Gold and silver or classic white and black are perfect colors for this wedding theme, but as you can see from the photos, many color schemes can be used {including my favorite of turquoise and gold}. And, do not forget to take advantage of the use of sparklers. If you are lucky enough to have a New Years Eve wedding, enjoy planning it and make it a celebration to remember.

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photos @ Jes O’ Brien ~ Freida Theres ~ Ruffled ~ Style Me Pretty ~ Jessica Claire ~ Pinterest

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  • krystal - April 21, 2014 - 12:05 am

    The pictures are so beautiful. It is so romantic.ReplyCancel

  • lussi - June 20, 2014 - 1:24 am

    What is the deal with these sites? Such as 58weddingowns How are these dresses priced so low? I’m just wondering if theres a catch. Has anyone ever ordered from a site like this?ReplyCancel

We have covered so much about the winter wedding! If you missed it, we have discussed winter save the date ideas, winter wedding dresses, winter bridal accessories, winter groom accessories and winter bridesmaids accessories. We have already discussed so much and we still have so much to go! Today we move onto winter bridal bouquets. There are also many ways to incorporate Christmas and winter into the bridal bouquet as well. You can use holly, ivy and variations of red, white and green, but options are not confined to this. Deep, vibrant colors as well as luscious floral arrangements fit the season. Whether light or dark colors are used, just make sure the bouquet is full and maybe even decadent.

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photos @ Rustic Wedding Chic ~ Ruffled Blog ~ Wedding Chicks ~ My Lovely Wedding ~ Pinterest

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  • namy - January 2, 2014 - 9:22 pm

    So gorgeous.ReplyCancel

If you missed out other examinations of the winter wedding, check out our winter save the date ideas, winter wedding dresses, winter bridal accessories and groom accessories. Our last two posts were over accessories for brides and grooms, but the bridal party is not left out in the fun of accessorizing, either. Bridesmaids dresses and accessories can follow many patterns, and in the winter, the accessories can add to this. Take advantage of the tights, boots, shawls, jackets, fur coats, mittens and more that go hand in hand with outfitting the bridal party for cold weather. Use bridesmaids accessories to add color, distinguish the maid of honor, or just to contrast against the bride’s white gown. Just be creative and tasteful and you are sure to have beautiful results.

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photos @ Orange Girl ~ Love & Lavender ~ Style Me Pretty ~ Pinterest

Be sure to come back and check out each of our posts about the winter wedding. We have many more to come!

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  • davigrey123 - January 1, 2014 - 8:41 pm

    Accessories are something that not only works as an addition to it but also bring an iconic style statement in her.We are the renowned online providers of best online accessories.ReplyCancel

For unto us a Child is born,
Unto us a Son is given;
And the government will be upon His shoulder.
And His name will be called
Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Of the increase of His government and peace
There will be no end,
Upon the throne of David and over His kingdom,
To order it and establish it with judgment and justice
From that time forward, even forever.
The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.

Isaiah 9:6-7

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