Centrepiece Ideas - rose gold and copper add warm touches for a winter wedding,. Personal touches should be particularly evident in table settings as this is where guests will spend a lot of time and be able to appreciate them. DIY options such as the ones below are simple yet beautiful and can be used for displays or simply dotted arouund the reception/coctail area. The smell of lavender will waft through the air and the combination wiith the candles will make guests feel relaxed and at ease...

Fairy lights can be an excellent space filler but can also transform a wedding into a glam & elegant afffair. A fairy light back drop can make a beautiful setting for a first dance and is an easy D.I.Y option which does not require too much effort but looks like it did! Another simple yet gorgeous option to light up a wedding is a fairy light canopy (above right) or these large jars/lanterns with fairy lights inside. 

Winter wedding drinks options - Hot chocoolate bars are a warm and welcoming option for guests attending a winter wedding. Spice it up by addding some beautiful vintage liquor decanters filled with baileys, kalua and rum. Serve hot spiced rum or cider Pre-reception to keep guests merry and warm! An exciting alternative to mulled wine is chocolate mulled wine, rich and decadent - it is sure to have guests talking! (pictured bottom left)

Macrame (textile-making using knotting) is a huge trend in weddings at the moment. It is also particularly beautiful for a winter wedding. see examples below of macrame chair decor, hairstyles, wall and ceiling hangings (perfect for photo ops) and a winter stole to keep the bride warm and cosy. 

Unique weddding signage - Illustration only signage is in as is wreath style signage like the one on the right. Perfect for a winter/Christmas wedding. Sprigs of lavender can be intertwined with greenery. 

Special and personal touches will make your wedding stand out in not only in your memory but your guests too! Why not try a winter signature cocktail, keep the guests cosy with blankets or surrprise them with a thoughtful and fun party favour...

Your guests will be happy and you will have created a day to remember! 

Incorporating different textures throughout your wedding can really bring the wow factor.! Feathers can be a lovely touch for a winter wedding, particularly in the groom's boutonnière and velvet can be a beautiful option that adds a soft 'winter' look to bouquets, floral displays, decor, wedding atttire etc.