Happy Holidays to all of our brides! In the spirit of the season, here’s a little holiday wedding inspo from some of our Maggie brides so you can “deck the halls” of your dream wedding venue and say “I do” to a festive celebration!
Thinking about doing your nuptials in a snow-filled landscape? Dreaming of a reception with a jovial atmosphere? When it comes to planning a holiday wedding, your goal should be to incorporate the holiday-inspired theme without going overboard. One way to do this is to let your wedding be about style, color and you, not the holiday itself.
To help you maintain a personalized feel on your big day, we’ve provided some festive wedding inspo—from wintery wedding details to enchanting décor that will evoke a holiday wedding vibe without comprising your individual style. Keep scrolling!
Holiday Wedding Venues for a Cozy Winter Theme
Let’s start with that lovely holiday venue. Want something timeless and romantic? Choose a cozy cabin with the perfect view of a winter wonderland. This real bride said she went with neutral colors and hints of gold for her cold-weather celebration.
The décor for their holiday wedding featured plenty of candles, antlers, eucalyptus, and fresh-cut wood. The bride said there was even snowfall to watch from the large windows in the reception area.
Her winter wedding set in the mountains of Colorado perfectly incorporated the elements of the season as well as her own style. And to go with her rustic romantic theme, she chose off-the-shoulder sleeve lace wedding dress Bree by Maggie Sottero. Gorgeous!
A holiday AND destination wedding you say? We might have just died and gone to heaven. Check out this real bride’s luxurious mansion venue in none other than Paris, France!
Our Maggie bride said she wanted an elegant, yet intimate wedding and that doing it in Paris was exactly what her and her groom had envisioned for their big day.
She described her wedding day as fun and magical with a hint of whimsy. And she also said she couldn’t help twirling around the venue’s gardens in her Timbrey ball gown wedding dress by Maggie Sottero. Trés chic!
Traditional and Unique Seasonal Wedding Palettes
If you want to go for a holiday wedding classic, try Emerald Green+Gold+Ivory+Red. What could be more timeless? This holiday palette incorporates traditional Christmas colors while adding an air of elegance with white and gold accents.
Blue+Blush+Sage Green+Off-White is one of the best holiday wedding color combinations because the blue and pink hues, like snowflakes in the winter, add a hint of intriguing to your winter palette while staying fun and romantic at the same time. And the best part? It works for a variety of wedding aesthetics!
Holiday Wedding Cakes for a Seasonal Celebration
Since it’s easy to go overboard with other festive decorations, think simple for your holiday wedding cake. But that doesn’t mean it has to be boring! Incorporate seasonal touches like berries, greenery, and a burgundy colorway. Or, go full cream for a winter-wonderland aesthetic!
Another simple and sophisticated addition to your festive wedding is a winter-white wedding cake featuring snow-covered pinecones and just enough classic embellishments. Plus, it’s the perfect excuse to use that delicious buttercream frosting!
Holiday Wedding-Inspired Bridal Bouquets
Filled with roses and greenery, these winter wedding bouquets prove that even the chilliest time of year can still be colorful and bright. In general, jewel tones are popular in the winter months, but who ever said you couldn’t make them pop with a deep red and bit of pink?
It’s called a winter wonderland for a reason. Embrace the chilly winter temperatures with an all-white wedding vibe, reminiscent of a snowy landscape. If you want something a little more timeless and uncomplicated, a white and red rose bouquet will also do the trick!
And don’t fret, it doesn’t have to be boring. Add some green and subtle textures, and you’ll have the most-envied holiday wedding bouquet of the season. We love how these sand roses and greenery contrast with the ivory lace on this bride’s Winifred gown from Sottero and Midgley.
Winter Wedding Dresses to Add Magic to Your Festive Wedding
Last but certainly not least, check out these two winter wedding dresses that are sure to add the “wow” factor to your holiday wedding theme. Add a little spontaneity to your winter soiree with this bishop sleeve crepe wedding dress Armante by Sottero and Midgley.
Featuring vintage bishop sleeves and an intricate illusion lace back, this antique-inspired bridal gown is luxurious and classic. Our real bride who wore this dress said it was the perfect touch to their outdoor winter wedding.
Meet your vintage ball gown wedding dress ideal with Allen by Sottero and Midgley. You’ll feel like pure gold in this glittery-glam princess wedding dress. And the best part? It works perfectly for classic, whimsical, Hollywood glamour, and modern-fairytale vibes.
Since winter weddings mean cooler temperatures, this glam winter wedding dress will give you the coverage you need without cramping your style. Our real bride who wore this gown said it was the perfect addition to her hygge-chic décor of candles and pine needles with hints of New Years’ Eve gold.
We hope you’ve found this holiday wedding inspiration for your big day merry and bright! However you choose to celebrate, we wish you the happiest season, filled with family, friends and joy. For more wedding inspiration, check out this real wedding: Rustic Winter Wedding with Chic Details and a Romantic Lace Wedding Dress. And don’t forget to check out our Winter Wedding Ideas and Details for a Super Chic Celebration. Happy Holidays!