Choose your colour palette wisely
A winter wedding doesn’t mean going icy blue and white with your palette. Think about all the lush greenery that is around at this time of year and we’re not just talking Christmas trees (although blue spruce can provide some fantastic texture). Beautiful holly with pops of deep burgundy, variegated ivy leaves and beautiful warm oranges can inspire your winter wedding flowers and decor for the day.
Make your venue twinkle
Flickering candles and delicate twinkling fairy lights create a relaxed and elegant atmosphere, both during your ceremony and your wedding breakfast.
Hayne House has adorned the buildings outside with fairy lights as well as the edges of our beautiful glass ceiling lanterns. Why not line your aisle with some tall pillar candle clusters, either real or LED, this creates a cosy scene for your big entrance?
Let it Snow
Everybody is after that Insta-worthy winter wedding confetti shot. If we can’t guarantee a smattering of snow on the day, why not ‘Let it Snow’ and invest in some purely white ‘real-petal-only’ wedding confetti or a snow machine. Hand out your confetti to guests at the end of your ceremony and bring a little magic to your day.