Winter Wedding DIYs

Winter is fast approaching and with it comes lower temperatures, holiday charm and in some areas even snow! Our Phoenix and Vegas locations don't see much snow ๐Ÿ˜‰, however our store in Denver will definitely be enjoying snow flurries and maybe even a white Christmas. 

As you know we love a good DIY project, so we've rounded up a few of our favorite DIY projects alongside our tips on how to design the perfect Winter Wedding.


Use white, silver and light blues to create a light, frosty feel that will represent winter vibes. You can incorporate these colors into the tablecloths, centerpieces, flowers, etc. If you are looking for a darker, richer color for accents you can use a deep burgundy. It looks so beautiful as a color on bridesmaidโ€™s dresses and makes the bride really shine. This will help you keep the winter charm without having to use the traditional red and green Christmas colors. 

DIY Project #1 - White Glass & Foliage Centerpiece via Deer Pearl Flowers


1. Purchase mis-matched glassware from Goodwill or any thrift shop 

2. Pain the inside with acrylic paint (let dry overnight) 

3. Purchase winter inspired foliage from Michaels

4. Add a few fresh flowers 


Who says flower crowns are only for spring weddings? We're loving this unique and easy DIY winter inspired flower crown that you can easily achieve below for less than $20. Take advantage of the berries, pine corns, fir sprigs and more during the winter seasons.  

Project #2 - Flower Crown via

1. Wrap flower wire around your head to measure your crown size 

2. Select winter inspired foliage and berries (live or faux) 

3. Start with the greenery and wrap around the wire crown piece- securing with a smaller wire as you wrap around the crown piece. 

4. Add berries and other accents at the end - securing with smaller wire


Integrating elements of nature such as pine cones, and pieces of fir/pine trees (Christmas trees) will also add to the winter theme. Let nature take a play into your winter wedding by using pieces of wood, berries and nature inspired colors. 

Project 3 - Barn Wood Minimalist Centerpiece via Cedar Wood Weddings

 1. Search online for local barn wood 

2. Purchase votives and pillar candles from Dollar Tree or

3. Arrange in alternating patterns and accent with crisp white linens, napkins and glassware


Uplighting, portofino or bistro lights, spot lighting and twinkle lights are the many ways to use lighting to spruce up your celebration. There's nothing like a winter wedding without that twinkling feel.  Hanging lights, twinkling lights and various sizes of candles are all great ways to brighten up your special day. 

Photo via Hello May

These ideas are all perfect for your winter wedding or holiday get together. 

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