Deck the Halls with Holiday Wedding Inspiration

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In lieu of the approaching Christmas holiday (two days to be exact), I wanted to share some fantastically festive ways to incorporate the holiday in to your wedding. Whether it’s mistletoe and holly berries or hot cocoa stations and snow-covered pines, incorporating Christmas elements can bring out the best of the holiday. Take a look at some fabulous ways to add that magical touch of the season to your holiday inspired wedding… without using Santa Claus himself.

Stationary
Wedding stationary is a great way to add the spirit of the holidays before the big day. You can incorporate festive patterns and colors to really invoke the feeling of Christmas. Just remember to add those holiday touches on your big day too, otherwise it will not be cohesive.
holiday wedding inspiration(Photographer: Shelly Taylor Photography)

holiday wedding stationary(Invitations: Posh Invitations | Photographer: Julius Photography)

Cakes
Incorporating rich reds, deep greens and holiday accents is a great way to bring out the Christmas spirit. Take the following as some fabulous examples!

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(Cake: Sue Jacobs Cakes | Photographer: Julius Photography)

holiday wedding cakes(Cake: Wedding Cakes by Esther | Photographer: Shelly Taylor Photography)

Flowers
One way to really bring out the holiday charm is through your wedding flowers. You can add tinsel or snow-covered branches to your centerpieces or holly berries and red ribbon to your bridal bouquet.
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holiday wedding inspiration, holiday wedding flowers(Florist: Beautiful Blooms by Jen | Photographer: Gage Blake Photography)

holiday wedding inspiration, holiday wedding flowers(Florist: Vintage Oaks | Photographer: Shelly Taylor Photography)

holiday wedding flowers(Menswear: Celebrity Tux and Tails | Photographer: Julius Photography)

Décor
Setting the tone with décor is what really sets the scene for your overall vision. If you want to capture the true sense of Christmas (without being gimmicky) you want to add the perfect elements.

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(Décor: Vintage Oaks Ranch Design | Photographer: Shelly Taylor Photography)

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(Heirlooms: Prim Rentals | Rentals: Y-Knot Party & Rentals | Photographer: Julius Photography)

What are your thoughts on our holiday inspiration? Are you excited about planning your holiday wedding? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

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