Eryn Shannon Makeup and Hair
Fur Stoles

Keep you and your wedding party cozy and warm with some faux fur stoles. These will definitely come in handy for outdoor photoshoots and when you’re running in and out of your venue.

By Eryn Shannon Makeup and Hair
Sun Peaks
Snowy Save the Dates

Who needs plain old stationery when you could stage a photoshoot in the snow for your save the dates? Follow this couple’s lead and include your fur family for added cuteness.

By Sun Peaks
Cambridge Mill
Fireplace Altar

Forget about flower-clad arches and elaborate candle displays, say your vows in front of a cozy, crackling fireplace, instead. Don’t forget to dress up the mantle with some lush greenery!

By Cambridge Mill
Lindsie Grey Weddings
Snow Boots

Strutting through the snow in sky high heels ain’t easy. We suggest trading in your Louboutins for some snow boots - at least while you’re braving the outdoors.

By Lindsie Grey Weddings
Feast & Festivities
Festive Escort Cards

Give your escort cards some winter flavour by accompanying them with their own little trees (AKA itty bitty pieces of fir or pine).

By Feast & Festivities
Sun Peaks
Outdoor Ceremony

You may be tempted to host your ceremony indoors when the temperature drops to below zero, but saying your “I dos” in a winter wonderland is a downright dreamy idea. Pro tip: you’ll want to have space heaters or blankets available for your guests, you don’t want anyone getting frost bite!

By Sun Peaks
Alexem Studio
Wintery Wedding Invitations

Make your wedding invites a touch more wintery by going with an icy colour combo like white and silver or blue and grey. If you want to go the extra mile, you can even throw on a snowflake graphic or two.

By Alexem Studio
Pink Umbrella Designs
Pinecone Place Card Holders

Place card holders can be made out of everything from paperclips to seashells. The most wintery option of all? Pinecones.

By Pink Umbrella Designs
Key Event Planning
Icy Wedding Portraits

Want to make your wedding portraits even more stunning? Skip posing indoors and head out into the snow!

By Key Event Planning
Alix Gould Photography
Pinecone Boutonnieres

Pint-sized floral arrangements may be the norm, but they’re not the only option out there for boutonnieres. Make yours suit the season by using pinecones and tiny pieces of fir.

By Alix Gould Photography
Naturally Chic
Wooden Vows

Don’t write your vows in your old notebook or on the back of a napkin - turn them into a keepsake by having them etched into wood.

By Naturally Chic
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
Chairlift Getaway

If you’re hosting your ceremony atop a mountain you won’t be able to hop in a limo right away. Turn a chairlift into your getaway car and decorate it to perfection like this adorable alpine duo.

By Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
Victoria Koehler Photography
Red and Green Bouquets

While you can definitely still rock a pastel bouquet, red and greenery arrangements will give your wedding some extra wintery flair.

By Victoria Koehler Photography
M.A. Signature Events
Snowflake Everything

Bring the outside in by decking your reception venue with some sparkling snowflakes. These can be used as place holders, centerpieces, dessert table decor and everything in between.

By M.A. Signature Events
Lacewood Studios Photography
Horses (With or Without a Carriage)

You probably won’t be able to rent reindeer for your winter wedding, but horses are an equally beautiful addition to your big day. If you and your soon-to-be spouse are equestrians you can even ride off into the sunset on them.

By Lacewood Studios Photography
Aloha Events & Co
Branch Decor

By now, most of the leaves have fallen from the trees, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less beautiful. Steal their style by adding some bare branches to your wedding decor.

By Aloha Events & Co
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
Post-Wedding Snowboarding

Want to make your big day one for the books? Hit the slopes and do a little skiing or snowboarding (bonus points if you wear your wedding attire).

By Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
Blushing Pear Vintage Rentals
Wintery Candy Bar

Make your dessert table extra festive by adding tiny trees and sticking to an icy colour scheme.

By Blushing Pear Vintage Rentals
Matt Lowden Photography
Cozy Blankets

Cocktail dresses, wedding gowns, suits and tuxedos aren’t exactly winter attire. Stock your venue with some cozy blankets so that everyone can stay toasty warm on your wedding day.

By Matt Lowden Photography
Hotel 540
Chocolate Goodies

Winter is the time to indulge! Give your guests some decadent chocolate favours when they leave your reception - they’ll probably be long gone before they arrive at their homes or hotels.

By Hotel 540
Sparkly Placesettings

If your going for an elegant style, sequins tablecloths will create a warm glittery glow.

Something New Wedding & Event Design
Glowing Lanterns

Harsh fluorescents are far from romantic, so try illuminating your venue with some glowing lanterns, instead. Pro tip: these make for great centrepieces, if you’re looking to save on blooms.

By Something New Wedding & Event Design
My Bride Fairy
Hot Chocolate Favours

Gift your guests with some DIY hot chocolate kits at the end of your reception. It’s the perfect cozy, wintery treat that all ages can enjoy.

By My Bride Fairy
Blachford Lake Lodge & Wilderness Resort
Winter Honeymoon

Not everyone wants to spend their honeymoon with the sand between their toes! Embrace the chilly Canadian weather and plan a snowy post-wedding vacay.

By Blachford Lake Lodge & Wilderness Resort
Shandro Photo
Snowmobile Rides

Who needs a town car when you could be riding away from your big day on a snowmobile? Answer: nobody.

By Shandro Photo

Here are 25 of our favourite winter wedding ideas.

The temperature may have started to drop, but these new winter wedding trends are heating up. ‘Tis the season for icy wedding portraits, snowy save the dates, hot chocolate wedding favours and wintery wedding decor. If you’re on the hunt for the perfect way to give a nod to the frostiest season on your big day, we’ve got a few ideas to winter-ify your celebration.

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