STAR-PUNCHED PAPER HURRICANES
Hurricane vases and votive candleholders can be wrapped in star-punched paper in the colour of your choice--an easy means to suffuse your wedding with heat.
KNITTED RING PILLOW
Impart warm and fuzzy sentiments to a wedding rings by resting them on a sweater-like cushion.
TREE WEDDING FAVORS
Spruce up your reception, the favor table, along with the earth. These presents not only celebrate the season, but also signify love growing and becoming stronger with time.
WINTER WEDDING CENTERPIECES
A combination of classic and modern vessels retains white spider mums, seeded eucalyptus (accessible at florists), and blue Atlas cedar branches gently frosted with silver floral spray paint.
FELT PROGRAM POUCHES
Programs can chill out preceremony in cozy pockets which enhance the setting with texture and bursts of color.
SNOWFLAKE CAKE DECORATIONS
Snowflakes made from royal icing are miniature near the top of the cake and bigger in the base, giving the impression that it had been captured inside of a gracefully drifting snowfall.
Searching for a cozy home for your centerpiece arrangements? Wrap vessels in a wool sourced in colors to match the blossoms.
TINY TREE ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
What's cuter when it's mini. A wonderland escort card display is made by this forest of pine trees.
VELVET FLOWER BOUTONNIERES
Give your guests a small flower power with those velvet boutonnieres that guys can wear on their lapels or women can attach to their hair or purses. Each rosette has a wire stem that's easy to operate into an updo, together with a ribbon for extra flair.
The year's bounty becomes a exceptional boutonniere when you use the "blossom" that appears at the base of each pinecone.
SNOWFLAKE COOKIE FAVORS
Establish a snowy scene on your prefer table with those gingerbread biscuits. Present them in clear acetate containers banded with ribbon printed using a sentimental saying (ours reads, "A love like no other").
WREATH ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
Wreaths are not just a symbol of the holiday season, but also of unending love. To produce this seating chart, download our template, trace the leaf shapes onto paper that is coloured that is sturdy, and cut them out with paper edgers. Glue 22-gauge floral wire that is cloth-wrapped and add it, in sequence, into a 14-inch-diameter boxwood wreath. Hang the wreath with ribbon.
DIY GEODE LANTERNS
Add a touch of soft white lighting to your wedding using crystals that are oversize. Your aisle can be lined by all these DIY luminarias, stage the path designate the dance floor. Apart from being crazy-versatile, the lightweight beacons are a cinch to create.
GILDED CONE FAVORS
Metallic foil and calligraphy swirls conjure New Year's Eve festivities in those Victorian-style paper packs for storing chocolates to proceed.
Want to add some DIY sparkle for your wedding cake? We and pastry chef Jason Schreiber collaborated to create. To provide an out-of-this-world impact to this cake, we sprinkled with silver sanding sugar and Wilton stars within its own Swiss buttercream frosting.
Thank friends and loved ones for attending your celebration by sending them home with a personalized tin filled with a favourite beverage.
WINTER WONDERLAND ESCORT CARD DISPLAY
Snowbanks of rock salt and frosty mountains created from torn newspaper and dusted with a sprinkling of glistening glitter twist a table number screen to a frozen landscape.
Springerle cookies are a standard winter dessert in Austria and Germany made inside molds that were carved by hand and passed down to generations. Use drama to be added by these molded cookies to sandwiches or pass them out as favors that are festive. Paint luster dust for a subtle sparkle or food dyes on them.