8 Hot Winter Wedding Trends for 2014
This winter, it’s all about mixing unexpected seasonal elements with elegant neutral details and a hint of sparkle and sequins. Take a look.
Winter Color Trend: Greens and Whites With Dusty Pastel Accents
Go back to basics and look to natural wintry greens, whites and ivories for your palette. Pair lush wh
Go back to basics and look to natural wintry greens, whites and ivories for your palette. Pair lush white blooms with leafy green accents, then add dusty accents like blush and sage for a subtle twist on an otherwise neutral palette.
Also big? Stark contrasts like cherry red and white or black and gold (think dramatic art deco) make a statement, and add serious definition to flowers and décor.
Winter Cake Trend: All White Cakes With Metallic Accents
A white wedding cake with clean lines, sugar flowers (like oversized magnolias or a cascade of bright red anemones) and a hint of metallic (like silvery pearl beads or edible shimmery silver sugar) is the go-to look for winter wedding cakes. And colder temperatures mean you can indulge in richer flavors that might seem heavy in the warmer seasons, like caramel spice and even orange chocolate cake. Also big? Styled cake stands and gorgeous presentation are musts for any season. In winter, we’re talking a tree ring cake stand trimmed with fresh evergreen or a Lucite platform filled with sparkly silver ornaments or sequins.