Festivities and gaiety of the Christmas holidays certainly make it the most romantic time of the year to get married. The bonus is that you may even get already decorated wedding halls and churches where you can host your guests. Here are some tips to make your Christmas wedding special:
- Clear or white Christmas lights wrapped in white tulle give a soft effect.
- Cover the chords with white ribbon edged with gold to make it look like a decoration too.
- For a religious touch, you may use Christmas carols for your wedding music and sing as many as you like. Some of the favorite Christmas carols will make your guests sing along loudly too.
- If you have other wedding colors in mind, you can match you Christmas lights to them.
- Simple wreaths with white bows edged with gold or silver make great wall decorations.
- Swags of white silk poinsettias with gold-tipped centers can be used to decorate the walls and tables for the Christmas wedding for a festive but elegant look.
- Tables covered with net and having centerpieces of a glass bowl filled with Christmas ornaments look quite pretty. You can later give out these ornaments as wedding party favors.
- Topiaries of any size can be used as table centerpieces.
- You can decorate your church and wedding hall with lots of romantic and pillar-shaped candles and use ivy and berries for traditional Christmas wedding décor.
- You can give a candlelight dinner to all your guests or make candle table centerpieces for your Christmas Wedding.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, your family is gathered
around you, and the church is already decorated. Why not have a Christmas wedding? Here are ideas and tips to have a fantastic Christmas wedding with all the trimmings.
Red and green are natural colors for a Christmas wedding – It is likely that your church or reception site will already be decorated in red and green for other events and holiday parties. But don’t feel limited to this palate. Other possibilities, which will work with existing decorations, include:
- silver and white
- silver and light blue
- burgundy, forest green, and gold (as long as the existing decorations aren’t too primary)
- gold and cream