Feeling Festive? Indluge in a winter warmer wedding theme…

December 7, 2011 by Teri Coates in Inspiration, Themes, Venue Dressing with 1 Comment

For the AW11 issue of Belle, we wanted to create a winter wedding special to help brides find inspiration that strays away from the typical Narnia-style winter wonderland theme.

Along with sourcing the best venues for winter romance, we also asked the fabulous Victoria of Your Personal Touch, Charlotte of The Finishing Touch Company and Simply Bows are Chair Covers and Gemma of Love Lily Cakes to come up with a unique yet traditional winter look.

Victoria says: “Books and logs were displayed on the tables to create a warm and cosy feeling next to the Great Hall’s beautiful log fire.  The tartan table lining created that extra special Christmas-y feel. A true Charles Dickens ambiance!”

The girls excelled themselves with a Nutcracker-themed reception and ceremony setting in the Great Hall at Jesmond Dene House. If your wedding is coming-up soon, its not too late to add some extra festive finishing touches to the day!

Bride’s Notes:

Photography, stationery (Escort cards/ flags) and LOVE canvas prints
Charlie’s Missus,

Table lining, materials, table slip, chair covers, bows, napkins
Simply Bows & Chair Covers,

Candle sticks and charger plates
The Finishing Touch Company,

Supplied by venue – Jesmond Dene House

Styled by

Your Personal Touch,

Individual ‘Jingle Bauble’ cakes

Love Lily,

About Teri Coates

Teri Coates is the features editor at Belle Bridal Magazine. She has been working for Inka Publishing for eight years and developed her writing career at Belle whilst studying for a BaHons in Media and Journalism at Northumbria University. She spends her spare time at home in Whitley Bay, North Tyneside, going to gigs, walking the dog and keeping up with all things wedding-related.

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One Comment

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