Interesting centerpieces are a great way to add style to your wedding reception. Floral arrangements are the most typical kind of centerpieces, but they are far from the only option. Read on for ideas on fabulous non-floral centerpieces for winter weddings.
Winter weddings have a unique charm all their own. When planning your centerpieces, you will want to be sure to design ones that capture the best of the season. It is also nice to design centerpieces that coordinate with the other decorative elements in your wedding. They should be in the same style as everything from the bridal jewelry sets to the tablecloths to the atmosphere of your reception venue.
One of the highlights of the winter season for many families are the Christmas holidays. If your wedding is going to be held in the weeks leading up to Christmas, you can definitely bring the festive decorations of the season into your wedding decor. A very simple but beautiful idea for centerpieces is to take large elegant footed glass vases and fill them with round Christmas ornaments in your wedding colors. Surround the vases with low votive candles for a flickering light that will reflect wonderfully off of the ornaments.
Another non-floral centerpiece idea is to decorate long tables with a display of tumbling pinecones and candles. Arrange bunches of pinecones down the center of rectangular tables. A mixture of gold painted and natural pinecones would be idea. In the middle of the pinecones, place ivory candles in hurricane lanterns at regular intervals down the row. For color, sprinkle in sprays of red hypericum berries and perhaps some wide tartan bows.Image Source : Pinterest