As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler, you might be planning out some sensational style ideas for your winter wedding. Your big day could be a festive celebration, it could coincide with Valentine’s Day, or perhaps it falls somewhere in between. Whenever your wedding is, if you haven’t already got everything sorted, it’s a good time to look at what’s popular for winter nuptials. Here are five trends for fashion, food and decorations for the upcoming winter season.

Go Green

Stepping away from colourful floral arrangements, greenery is becoming pretty popular for styling your wedding reception. Choose such plants as tree fern, ivy, sage or lavender – maybe even holly for a Christmas wedding. These can be a great choice for winter, when you might want to move away from brighter colours and look to more reserved hues. Green plants can also add a bit more nature to your big day, particularly when the colder weather might put you and your guests off venturing outside.

Something old…

 Vintage wedding dresses and bridesmaids dresses are a trend that won’t be going away any time soon. It’s easy to see why: they draw on the more beautiful fashion elements of days gone by, add in a modern twist and create a timeless look – so you won’t be looking back in your wedding photos in years to come, questioning your fashion choices!

Shine bright

 While it may look a bit bleak outside, you can add some warmth to your winter wedding with a copper or bronze colour scheme. You can add these metallic shades in with things like ribbon around your table centrepieces, bronze-coloured cutlery or copper lettering on your table place cards.

Try Vegan

 When planning out the options for the wedding breakfast, putting a vegan option on the menu is a trend that is only going to become more popular. This can be appealing for guests with a range of dietary requirements; vegetarians will probably be comfortable with it, any lactose intolerant guests might thank you for it and it’ll save you having to adapt different meals to cater for everyone. Plus, there are some exquisite options for vegans these days.

All that glitters…

 This has been a growing trend for weddings and it will almost certainly continue in popularity in winter. Glitter suits Christmas weddings because it helps create a festive feel. For weddings in January and February, too, it might perfectly complement the snow and ice outside!

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