Marry Christmas! ~ Winter Save the Date Ideas

Winter is an ideal time for nuptials. Weddings are more uncommon during the winter season than in warmer months; the entire holiday season is a source of thematic inspiration; accessory options are plentiful and the snow itself agrees with the white wedding motif. If you are fortunate enough to be wed during the Christmas season or just during the winter, be sure to take advantage of the distinctive nature of the season and make the most of the winter wonderland around you. To help you do just that, I have gathered some interesting and definitive seasonal elements to help make the day your merry and bright. I will be going over a different element each day beginning today with winter save the date ideas. Come back for winter wedding gowns, bridal accessories, groom accessories, bridesmaids accessories, bouquets, ceremony designs, reception decor, centerpieces, place settings, seating assignments, drinks, must have photographs new years twists along with much more wedding flair.

First comes first – winter save the date ideas! There are many interesting ways to do save the dates, but Christmas and winter weddings have their own unique options. Some winter save the date ideas involve jingle bells, Christmas ornaments, hot cocoa, sleigh rides, mistletoes, candy canes or just plain old snow – the possibilities are endless. Take some inspiration from these winter save the date ideas of other couples and incorporate the season and your personality in your own way. There is no wrong way to do it and the more creative it is, the better.


 I was sad that I could not find anything incorporating a wreath, Christmas tree or sled, but the possibilities are endless. Just be creative and you will get an original save the date. If you have any other ideas, let us know below!

photos @ Stephanie Wallace ~ Jen Reeves ~ Cheeky Chic ~ Love vs. Design ~ Pinterest

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