Winter wedding trends 2013
Winter wedding bouquets
Low, lush arrangements made up of elegant white and ivory flowers mixed with pops of color, like bright-red amaryllis.
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Lots of wintry textured accents, like lamb's ears and thistle, are hugely popular this season.
Winter wedding reception tables
Gold is big for table design, so this season wedding designers are finding formal wintry ways to deck out the tables in the pretty metal hue, like this table with a gold charger, menu card and flatware.
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Winter wedding receptions
Floral designers and wedding planners are bringing the outside in when it comes to decorating the reception space.
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Think: lots of candles and big branchy arrangements adorned with glowing votives and fresh flowers.
Winter wedding food
Consider your holiday food favorites and translate them to your reception.
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Try cannoli wrapped in gold paper and served during the cocktail hour, or even warm, fresh-from-the-oven favorites like baked Brie drizzled with compote.
Winter wedding dresses
Illusion necklines and embellished necklines and skirts (like on this sparkly Reem Acra dress) were all over the bridal fashion runways in October.
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Winter is the perfect time to showcase this demure look.
Winter wedding invitations
Beautiful calligraphy mixed with modern fonts like this one will reign this season. The best part: You can dress it up (with embellished belly bands and laser-cut elements) or down depending on how formal you want to go.
Winter wedding cakes
Bold and beautiful cake designs are big for winter -- like this red-rose-bedecked white wedding cake. Also big? Flavors and frostings that call on the season, like blackberry buttercream or blood orange filling.
-- Anja Winikka