Beautiful Christmas Wedding Décor Inspiration

If you’re decking your halls with wedding bells, these décor ideas will leave you totally inspired.

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Tie the Knot this Winter

It’s the most wonderful time of the year—especially if you’re planning on tying the knot! Luckily, Christmas décor is probably already adorning the venue where you’ll say “I do,” but we’ve got you covered if you need a few more ideas. Whether you’re a fan of the traditional red, green and gold, or prefer to put your own creative spin on the holiday, there are plenty of creative ideas.

Holly, Velvet and Greenery–Oh My!

These tablescapes are an absolute collision of Christmas and wedding dreams. The tablecloths are a bright red velvet and the runner is a fresh garland. Not only is this absolutely stunning, but also easy to replicate. For an added dash of cheer, you could add a holly sprig to the dinner plate setting.

Taking the Christmas Cake!

This cake is as adorable as it is elegant. It features three large layers adorned with tiny gingerbread houses covered in snow, of course. It’s topped off with a precious little red pickup truck that has a tree in tow.

Back to Nature

For a more understated manner of embracing the holidays, add in some Fraser firs as the ceremony backdrop. The greenery, paired with chestnut brown chairs and cream-colored candles, make a calming, serene backdrop for any nuptial ceremony.

Wedded Bliss Inside a Wreath

This humongous wreath is the most stunning backdrop. Imagine how gorgeously it would frame a couple during their ceremony! It’s topped off with red and cream florals, as well as pinecones for an earthy flair.

The Frosted Winter Wonderland Cake

This cake was stunning before they covered it in gorgeous roses, pinecones and cinnamon sticks–but now it’s truly a showstopper. The decor style from this cake would look beautiful woven throughout the entire ceremony and reception. It truly brings a frosted winter wonderland appeal to the already gorgeous holiday season.

Red, Green and Gingham!

Not only has this wedding fully embraced Christmas trees by using them as a stunning backdrop, but they’ve added in a dash of red and black gingham to the tablescapes as well. When paired with long-stemmed candle holders and gorgeous centerpieces, the pattern adds a completely elevated holiday look without being campy.

Velvet All Day

If red and green are the colors of the season, velvet and sequins are the fabrics. This is such a beautiful idea for a ceremony backdrop, and it would be so simple to arrange. The stunning green florals are punctuated with bright red roses that embrace the season without being too in-your-face.

To Have and to Hold

Not only are these plaid shawls cozy—they’re adorable. They would make the perfect bridesmaid gift and they’re embroidered with the phrase, “To have and to hold in case you get cold.” Emerald green is also a very trendy color in general, and even more so during the holiday season. Is your venue is expecting snow? Even better.

Mr. and Mrs., Christmas Style!

These are the cutest labels for the backs of the couple’s chairs, and they would be so easy and cost effective to make. The wreathes could easily be bought at any local craft store or Christmas tree farm and ordained with berries or sprigs that match the wedding’s colors.

When in Doubt, Bring in the Ornaments!

Ornaments are the perfect way to add a little holiday glam wherever it’s needed. This couple put them in mason jars for a rustic feel, but they could also be used to decorate a table, centerpieces or even signs. The great thing about classic ornaments is that they can be purchased in any color, which will make them feel unique to any wedding.

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