KNITTED RING PILLOW
Impart warm and fuzzy ideas to a own wedding rings by resting them on a sweater-like cushion.
Springerle cookies are a standard winter dessert in Austria and Germany made interior molds which were carved by hand and handed down for generations. Utilize drama to be added by these intricately biscuits to sandwiches or move them out as favors. Paint food dyes or metallic luster dust to get a subtle sparkle on them.
The season's bounty becomes a exceptional boutonniere when you use the "blossom" that looks at the bottom of each pinecone.
TREE WEDDING FAVORS
Spruce up your reception, the favor dining table, and the ground. These gifts not only celebrate the season, but also symbolize love growing and becoming more powerful with time.
VELVET FLOWER BOUTONNIERES
Give your guests a little flower power with these velvet boutonnieres that guys can wear on their lapels or ladies can attach to their hair or purses. Each rosette has a wire stem that's easy to operate into an updo, together with a knotted ribbon for additional flair.
SNOWFLAKE COOKIE FAVORS
Establish a snowy scene on your prefer table with these gingerbread biscuits. Present them into clear acetate containers banded with ribbon printed using a sentimental saying (ours reads, "A love like no other").
WINTER WEDDING CENTERPIECES
A blend of vintage and modern vessels retains white spider mums, seeded eucalyptus (accessible at florists), and blue Atlas cedar branches lightly frosted with silver floral spray paint.
GILDED CONE FAVORS
Metallic foil and calligraphy swirls conjure New Year's Eve festivities in those Victorian-style paper packs for preserving chocolates to go.
SNOWFLAKE CAKE DECORATIONS
Snowflakes made from royal icing are tiny at the top of the cake and bigger in the base, giving the impression that it was caught inside of a gracefully drifting snowfall.
Thank friends and loved ones for attending your party by sending them home with a personalized tin full of a favourite brew.
DIY GEODE LANTERNS
Add a bit of soft white light to your wedding using crystals that are oversize. Your aisle can be lined by all these DIY luminarias, point the route to the reception, designate the dance floor--you name it. The lightweight beacons are also a cinch besides being crazy-versatile.
WINTER WONDERLAND ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
Snowbanks of rock salt and frosty mountains fashioned from torn newspaper and dusted with a dab of glistening glitter turn a table number screen to a frozen landscape.
WREATH ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
Wreaths are not only a symbol of the holiday season, but also of unending love. To make this chart, download our template, follow the foliage shapes onto paper that is sturdy, and cut them out with paper edgers. Paste 22-gauge wire and insert it, right into a boxwood wreath, in sequence. Hang the wreath with ribbon.
Want to add some DIY sparkle for your wedding cake? This dazzling winter dessert we collaborated to create. We sprinkled with Wilton stars and sanding sugar over its Swiss buttercream frosting to give an out-of-this-world effect to this cake.
TINY TREE ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
What's cuter when it is mini. A wintery escort card display is made by this forest of trees.
STAR-PUNCHED PAPER HURRICANES
Hurricane vases and votive candleholders could be wrapped in star-punched paper in the color of your selection--an effortless means to suffuse your wedding with warmth.