Winter wedding ideas 2018

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If you’re thinking of a white wedding, what better season than winter? While some may find it too cold to celebrate, you know that winter is the season of jubilation. To announce the news, first you’ll need to find the perfect winter wedding colors. Snowy days provide the perfect backdrop for bright berries paired with winter champagne and pewter shades. Dazzle your guests with bright metallic gold or opt for a subdued hazy grey.

Choose a Color for Inspiration

Bright

Classic Purple

Teal

Pale Lilac

Bright Royal

Coat your wedding day with majesty using the rich hue of purple. It's lighter complement and counterpart, pale lilac, can add softness to your scheme. For additional color, use teal and bright royal for anything from lightning to table decor to bridesmaid dresses.

Colorful

Light Violet

Baby Blue

Hot Pink

White Shores

Delightful from start to finish, this purple color scheme is based off of light violet. Choose your larger pieces in light violet, like your bridesmaid dresses and table decor. Implement accents and highlights using baby blue, hot pink and white shores. This theme is especially magical during the winter months.

Metallic

Dark Eggplant

Raspberry

Silver

Rose Gold

Dark eggplant sets a classy tone, especially when paired with the shimmery accents of silver and rose gold. This dynamic combination feels high-class without being stuffy. Raspberry can be thrown in the mix for additional contrast and energy.

Muted

Dark Ivy

Pewter

Winter Berries

Champagne

The contrast of dark ivy and winter berries against the lighter tones of champagne and pewter looks heavenly. Choose purple or pewter for your bridesmaid dresses and ensure that the men's wear corresponds. Utilize champagne in a big way, like in your dress, veil, flowers and shoes. Enjoy how the playful delicacy of this muted purple scheme.

Monochrome

Deep Purple

Cherry

Meadow Flower

Pale Lilac

This color scheme has a quadruple purple threat: pale lilac, meadow flower, cherry and deep purple. Decide which tones will take center stage—and which ones will play the roles of powerful accent. From lilacs to hyacinths, you can find flowers that radiate with tones of purple even throughout the winter months.

Bright

Red Lantern

White

Spruce

White Sand

Put your love front and center with a ravishing red lantern hue. From bridesmaid dresses to winter berries, you can thread this gorgeous color across your wedding day celebrations. The lighter contrasts of white, spruce and white sand balance the color palette and allow the red lantern to remain in the spotlight. If you're wishing for a classic scheme that will stand the tests of time, use this one for your winter wedding.

Colorful

Autumn Leaves

Licorice

Dark Forest

Ocean Blue

Want a lavish winter wedding? Utilize these dark tones in your floral bouquets, center pieces, ceremony decor and bridal attire. With autumn leaves' robust character, you won't need much else to make your wedding decor extraordinary. Blend the other tones like licorice and dark forest as you wish—to enhance the ambience and intertwine your personal style.

Metallic

Rich Red

Black

Dark Orchid

Silver

Timeless and exquisite, rich red, black and dark orchid play off each other in romantic fashion. These hues visually represent your love and look especially astonishing against a winter backdrop. For detailing items like place cards, invites, wedding favors and center pieces, utilize silver wherever you feel inspired.

Muted

Burgundy

Dark Cinnamon

Creme Brulee

Pearl Cream

Burgundy is a classic, enriching color that calls for attention without being too showy. With this color as the core to your color palette, build around it with dark cinnamon and creme brulee. Pearl cream comes into play with pieces like your dress, groomsmen shirts, flowers and candles. Your guests will feel wildly elegant at your winter extravaganza.

Monochrome

Burgundy

Rich Red

Red Lantern

Ceramic

Connect each part of your special day through this stunning red palette. In your bouquet, for example, you can utilize several of these reds through flowers and winter berries. Ceramic acts as a lighter tone to provide contrast and to soften the look when needed.

Bright

Royal

Deep Royal

Icicle

Champagne

Magical in every way, this bright blue color scheme illuminates winter weddings. The royal and deep royal tones provide intensity, while icicle and champagne bring in a level of delicacy. Gorgeous and timeless, this color palette is easy to use and makes for sophisticated photographs.

Colorful

Deep Royal

Maroon

Pearl

Reef

Make your winter wedding festive with an arrangement of dark and light tones. Choose a stronger hue for your bridal party attire, like deep royal or maroon and find flowers to match. Introduce pearl and reef for color variation and let this color scheme become your winter wedding dream.

Metallic

Sapphire

Light Denim

Midnight Blue

Silver

Build a timeless look with midnight blue, light denim and sapphire. This color scheme offers a delicate touch with plenty of space for personal touches. Silver can be added as a highlight, in items like your jewelry, shoes, wedding favors and table candles.

Muted

Light Denim

Pale Blue

Espresso

Pale Seafoam

Taking inspiration from the lighter tones of winter, this scheme is breathtaking for guests from the minute they enter the ceremony to the final moments of the night. Truly charming, choose pale blue and pale seafoam for your bridesmaid and flower girl dresses, along with other details like your cake and flowers. Tie in espresso for contrast and to highlight the beauty of the blues.

Monochrome

Icicle

Baby Blue

Pale Blue

Nickel

This monochrome color palette is entirely refreshing during the winter months. Light and airy, these pastel blues draw attention to the bridal party and the love represented on your wedding day. In each detail of your day, these colors will delight time and time again.

Bright

Autumn Orange

Dark Orchid

Cotton Candy

Steam

Go bold with your winter colors to design a wedding that will be unforgettable. From autumn orange flowers to dark orchard dresses, you have a celebration that's powerful and full of personality. Juxtapose the darker colors with playful accents, cotton candy and steam. Enjoy the magical process of complying these colors into just the day you want.

Colorful

Tangerine

Classic Yellow

Light Charcoal

Navy

Liven up this winter for your guests with tangerine colored celebrations. This tone offers an upbeat vibe with plenty of ongoing energy. For accents, use light charcoal and navy in both your bridal attire and reception decor. Invite classic yellow to illuminate the room through centerpieces or finer details like place cards. You'll have a well-rounded color scheme bursting with vitality.

Metallic

Peach Cobbler

White Sand

Red Satin

Antique Gold

Peach cobbler is a timeless orange that looks beautiful on fabric. You'll also be able to find winter blooms in peach cobbler, which can be combined with flowers boasting red satin or antique gold petals. Let white sand be the neutral tone you use for suit colors and subtle details like silverware and dessert napkins.

Muted

Burnt Sienna

Peanut

Dark Ivy

Lavender

If you're planning a chic, rustic or bohemian wedding, this muted scheme will give you all the color tools you need. With burnt sienna and peanut, design your main components like venue decor and groomsmen suits. With dark ivy and lavender, you can create gorgeous bouquets and centerpieces. This theme is truly about layering and blending, so use each color for a complete look.

Monochrome

Sweet Mandarin

Tiger Orange

Gold Dust

Chocolate

From breathtaking bouquets to luscious bridesmaid gowns, the vibrant tones in sweet mandarin and tiger orange offer your wedding artistic energy. You can also line your tables with flowers and flatware that align with this orange scheme. For harmony, utilize gold dust and chocolate as you put the final touches on your big day.

Bright

Classic Purple

Teal

Pale Lilac

Bright Royal

Coat your wedding day with majesty using the rich hue of purple. It's lighter complement and counterpart, pale lilac, can add softness to your scheme. For additional color, use teal and bright royal for anything from lightning to table decor to bridesmaid dresses.

Colorful

Light Violet

Baby Blue

Hot Pink

White Shores

Delightful from start to finish, this purple color scheme is based off of light violet. Choose your larger pieces in light violet, like your bridesmaid dresses and table decor. Implement accents and highlights using baby blue, hot pink and white shores. This theme is especially magical during the winter months.

Metallic

Dark Eggplant

Raspberry

Silver

Rose Gold

Dark eggplant sets a classy tone, especially when paired with the shimmery accents of silver and rose gold. This dynamic combination feels high-class without being stuffy. Raspberry can be thrown in the mix for additional contrast and energy.

Muted

Dark Ivy

Pewter

Winter Berries

Champagne

The contrast of dark ivy and winter berries against the lighter tones of champagne and pewter looks heavenly. Choose purple or pewter for your bridesmaid dresses and ensure that the men's wear corresponds. Utilize champagne in a big way, like in your dress, veil, flowers and shoes. Enjoy how the playful delicacy of this muted purple scheme.

Monochrome

Deep Purple

Cherry

Meadow Flower

Pale Lilac

This color scheme has a quadruple purple threat: pale lilac, meadow flower, cherry and deep purple. Decide which tones will take center stage—and which ones will play the roles of powerful accent. From lilacs to hyacinths, you can find flowers that radiate with tones of purple even throughout the winter months.

Bright

Mustard

Royal

Silver

White

Make your winter wedding exuberant using mustard as your central color. Pull in royal as a dark contrast and fill your finer details with silver and white accents. Your winter wedding will be buzzing with energy and will allow your creativity come through as you determine how each will play into your decor, bouquets and bridal attire.

Colorful

Banana

Dark Blueberry

Licorice

Sweet Potato

Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Yellow Winter Weddings board on Pinterest.

Mellow and joyous, the banana tone can be spread throughout your bridal wear and festive decor. Desserts, dresses and flowers all come in this colorful flavor. For a friendly dark contrast, turn to licorice and dark blueberry. If you want further depth and color in your day, introduce sweet potato in big or small ways.

Metallic

Banana

Dusty Brown

Smoky Blue

Gold

Who says a winter wedding can't be bright and cheery? Use this powerful blend of banana and gold for a charming, airy feel. From balloons to lighting to bridal wear, banana acts as a wave of happiness and lightheartedness. This scheme offers two contrasts to use as you see fit: dusty brown and smoky blue.

Muted

Antique Yellow

Hazy

Faded Denim

Snow

Design your wedding around the idea of tranquility: peaceful, calm and serene. Antique yellow represents this vibe, especially when accompanied by the color snow, faded denim and hazy. These tones collide gracefully together, so enjoy building this color scheme from your invites to your dessert table decor.

Monochrome

Mustard

Gold Dust

White Shores

White

Dashing into the spotlight is this mustard yellow. It dazzles and dances against the snow, offering a bright focal point for your wedding festivities. It's greeted by luscious accents, white, gold dust and white shores, for a lovely aura that will delight guests and make your celebrations feel extra joyous.

Bright

Deep Magenta

Wine

Strong Red

White

Bring in the beauty with this phenomenal palette of deep magenta, wine and strong red. Overlay these colors in bouquets, bridal party attire and table centerpieces. Introduce white as a necessary light accent, perfect for items like your bridal dress, flowers, napkins and table runners.

Colorful

Pearl Cream

Spruce

Light Apricot

Dark Chocolate

Let your wedding showcase a sweet and soft side with pearl cream as your main color. Choose attire and flowers that match this hue or use one of these stunning accent colors. To fill in some of your bouquet and add contrast to your reception decor, incorporate dark chocolate to round out the color scheme.

Metallic

Blush

Pale Peach

Gold

Rose Gold

This color scheme is bound to wow your guests. With hues so lively and dainty, guests will feel like they've entered a party in a neighborhood of light pink clouds. Best for sparkly features and glittery accents, gold and rose gold pour in a giant dose of elegance and charm.

Muted

Light Peach

Pink Lemonade

Denim

Dusty Eggplant

Design a delightful winter dream with light peach and pink lemonade tones. Through your flowers, shoes and flatware, welcome these soft hues into your celebrations. Accent with denim and dusty eggplant for a gorgeous orchestra of color that will make for unforgettable photographs.

Monochrome

Dark Orchid

Jam

Rosy Cheeks

Blush

Set your wedding apart from the crowd with this luscious, rejuvenating purple palette. Gather all of these tones together in your bouquet and create ways to add them to your bridal attire and reception decorations. From dark orchid to blush, this color scheme allows you to layer, design and develop a winter wedding that represents your love and personal style.

Bright

Pine

Winter Berries

Aluminum

Blush

Like its evergreen name eludes, pine is a winter color through and through. Integrate it throughout your festivities, from your bridesmaid dresses to your table settings. Pop in the winter berries tone for extra pizzazz and personality. Balance this darker tones by use of aluminum and blush accents.

Colorful

Enchanted Green

Mountain Fog

Dark Eggplant

Pearl Cream

Imagine a wedding drawn from the magical inspirations of winter weather and nature. This enchanted green makes that possible, especially when joined by mountain fog and pearl cream. Harmonize your festivities with these three colors, then add in dark eggplant when you're needing a bolder tone like in your invites, place cards and table decor.

Metallic

Chalkboard

Blacktop

Cream

Antique Gold

Go timeless with this metallic color scheme. The use of antique gold is powerful in details like cake icing, jewelry and boutineers, while the soft tone of chalkboard is relaxing and classic. Intersperse cream and blacktop as neutral points to sharpen the edges of a truly everlasting look.

Muted

Dark Sage

Pale Seafoam

Peaches and Cream

Blacktop

Looking for a vintage feel? Start with dark sage, a color often found in eucalyptus, dusty miller and other winter plants. Your bridal party will blend into any wintery scene with these tones and your reception will feel like a frosted dream.

Monochrome

Spruce

Dark Sage

Seafoam

Alpine Mint

Spruce and dark sage give a luscious feel to your festivities, and allow you to add further personality through contrast with seafoam and alpine mint. Delicate and verdant, this color scheme can make all of your winter wedding dreams come true.

Bright

Black

Strong Red

Maroon

Crimson

Delicious as a cherry pie, this black and red color scheme is for more than just the dessert table. Utilize strong red, maroon or crimson against a strong black backdrop for a wedding that's bold and beautiful.

Colorful

Black

Aqua

Poinsettia

White

Bursting with joyful energy, the layering of aqua and poinsettia radiates love and happiness. With a neutral black theme running through groomsmen suits, bridal bouquets and venue decor, your wedding will have a deep, rich and endearing side. Integrate white to offer balance and keep the focus on the exuberant colors.

Metallic

Black

Cherry

Champagne

Antique Gold

One word comes to mind with this metallic wedding scheme: elegant. The shimmer of champagne and antique gold against the black backdrop is incredibly stunning. Use cherry to enrich bouquets and centerpieces, making this color palette even more sharp.

Muted

Obsidian

Blacktop

Cream

Snowdrift

Slightly distinct from traditional black, obsidian is a tad lighter and offers a more ashy tone. Choose this for your groomsmen suits and other details like a fur shawl for your bridesmaids. Ensure you pull in lighter tones of snowdrift and cream for necessary light contrast.

Bright

Chocolate

Rich Red

Dark Chocolate

Blush

Rich and bold, this brown color scheme provides tones that are easily coordinated. When chocolate, rich red and dark chocolate are combined, it looks like scrumptious chocolate covered cherries. From table runners to gorgeous bouquets, this color scheme never stops impressing. Make sure you let blush join the party to brighten up the day.

Colorful

Toffee

Burgundy

Dark Teal

Nude

Brighten up winter for your fiancé and guests with a joyful winter color scheme. The options toffee, burgundy and dark teal offer are endless. From berry desserts and beautiful place cards to flowing bridesmaid dresses, these colors will add fire and love to your big celebrations. With nude as your lighter accent, use it to coordinate the invites, centerpieces and flatware.

Metallic

Nut Brown

Black

Nude

Gold

Make it a night to remember with this exhilarating combination of nut brown, black, nude and gold. Shimmering, elegant and timeless, this color scheme could work in any season, but is best fit for winter with its warm cozy aura.

Muted

Tweed

Soil

Canvas

Muted Pink

Soothing from start to finish, the blend of tweed, soil and canvas matches the soft brown tones of the winter months. Incorporate nature's best into your decor with wood pieces, acorns and leaves. If you're wanting extra color, go with muted pink, which is timeless and won't take away from the magic of the light brown and white tones.

Monochrome

Bark

Toasted Sugar

Dirty Blonde

Pewter

Vintage, woodsy and whimsical, this palette fits varying wedding themes. Decide which brown will be your main character and build your color team from there. Enjoy the layering and blending possibilities with this delightful monochrome arrangement.

Bright

White

Berry

Strawberry

Maroon

While white is in the mainstay in this color palette, the pink tones truly bring the festive energy. Combine berry, maroon and strawberry across all of your bridesmaid dresses and bouquets to create a radiant and royal look. Keep white in everything, from your floral arrangements to your groomsmen shirts to your table decorations.

Colorful

White

Ice Pond

Pink Aster

Pale Seafoam

Let white be your foundation for a dreamy, colorful look. Almost frosty in character is the harmony of ice pond, pale seafoam and white working together. Utilize these colors close to each other, like in a floral bouquet, for maximum illumination. Tie in the darker pink aster for minor accents like your boutineers and dessert decoration.

Metallic

White

Pale Seafoam

Dusty Brown

Silver

Frosty and sparkly, this winter color scheme belongs to winter. Enchant your guests with bridal attire and decor all designed in white, pale seafoam and silver. An entire room built on these colors will wow and inspire—making guests feel like they've entered a winter wonderland. With close attention to detail, add in spurts of dusty brown without taking away from the magic of a nearly all white scheme.

Muted

Egg Shell

Winter Dawn

Cappuccino

Pale Lavender

The brown, light purples and eggshell colors in this color scheme provide a hearty atmosphere that's both cozy and luxurious. Magnify the beauty by choosing bridal party attire that matches these colors nearly to a T. From there, add flowers and reception decor that's light, except for cappuccino which can offer contrast and personality.

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