‘Tis the season of baubles and holly, mulled wine and mince pies and all manner of festive treats. However, today we’re talking about every Yuletide centrepiece… the Christmas tree. Here are seven winter wedding decoration ideas you could craft or create from a Christmas tree.
Christmas Tree-Inspired Winter Wedding Decoration Ideas
We’ve taken some inspiration from some crafty and imaginative brides. How could we not when the results are this good?
To create the look above, tie together fronds from the fir trees. Once you’ve created trailing lengths, attach them to a wooden frame, add festoon lights and you’ve got yourself a festive backdrop.
For a miniature twist on Christmas trees, trim off some foliage and tuck it into terracotta pots. Add a candle, berries and moss for colour and texture. Finally, light the candle for a twinkling centrepiece that looks great when several are dotted along a trestle table.
For a festive table centre in a flash, simply purchase miniature Christmas trees and place them straight on the tabletops. You can dress the pots in a hessian or colour coordinated wrap. you can also add baubles or lights for a finishing touch.
Create a sweeping garland of Christmas tree branches for a festive twist on perennially popular flower arches. There’s no need to worry about many flowers being out of season with this winter wedding decoration idea.
Of course, you could go all out and use Christmas trees as a feature winter wedding decoration by lining an entire wall with them. Take inspiration from this snowy scene. Add golden candle holders, cosy blankets and also red goblets for a festive chair and table dressings.
Foliage table runners have been popular on the wedding scene this year, often created from eucalyptus branches. Give yours a seasonal style by choosing evergreen foliage and peppering it lightly with bright berries or red roses.
Finally, for a low-key but lovely ceremony decoration, gather together posies of Christmas tree foliage. Next, simply tie each posy to the chairs that line the aisle with a silk ribbon. You could choose a dyed variety to enhance your colour scheme too.
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