Tying the Knot in Style: 3 Winter Wedding Ideas

by Maggie Williams November 17, 2015

If you are planning a winter wedding and want to create a festive atmosphere without throwing what feels like yet another Holiday party, fear not. When the weather outside is frightful, your guests will be excited for a bit of warmth, fun, and cheer. Here are some ideas for bringing natural color and creativity to your winter wedding. 

1. The Color Palette: Natural and Warm

winter wedding color palette

In stark contrast to the cold outside, warm colors will make your guests feel comfortable, jovial and at home. Natural green hues and deep berry accents will evoke winter themes without feeling too holiday-heavy, and warm blush and peach elements will soften the palette. 

2. Stylish Grooming: Custom Bow Ties 

winter wedding custom bow tie from knotty tie co

Your groom can express his personal style while fitting within your overall color scheme by customizing his bowtie. Work directly with a designer at Knotty Tie Co to develop a unique wedding necktie or bowtie design for your groom, or a set of ties as groomsmen gifts. Click here to start the design process.  

3. The Space: Light is Key 

Moss Denver wedding venue for winter wedding

An open-concept space with large windows will provide crisp winter light during the afternoon, making your warm color palette feel even more inviting. We love the warehouse feel at Moss Denver, a gorgeous new wedding venue in Denver's Santa Fe Arts District. The textured brick and simple space is the perfect backdrop to any wedding style. 

See more photos below for inspiration...

Wedding table custom tie design

Wedding table seating idea

Wedding groom with custom bowtie

Credits:

Photography: Jamie Beth Photography. Website here.
Venue: Moss Denver. Facebook page here.
Dress provided by: Brilliant Bridal. Website here.
Cake: Wildflower Cakes. Website here.

 




Maggie Williams
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Sizing

Face Masks 

Adult Standard Adult Small
5" x 9"
Fits most male adults.
4.5" x 8"
Fits most women and young adults.

 

Neck Gaiters 

Regular Small
9.5” x 14”
Fits most men and those with larger heads.
8.5" x 14"
Fits most women and kids.

 

Neckties

Widths

Skinny Knotty Classic
2.25" wide 2.75" wide 3.5" wide


Lengths

Standard Long Extra-Long
58" long 62" long 66" long

 
Kids

Youth Self-Tied
52" long
Ages 10+

  

Bow Ties 

Adult Kids Pre-Tied Baby Pre-Tied
Self-tied style
Adjustable for necks 14-18"
Ages 2 and over
Adjustable velcro closure
Ages 2 and under
Adjustable velcro closure

  

Unisex Robes 

S/M L/XL
Comparable to 0-14 in Women's sizing
Comparable to Small or Medium in Men's sizing
31" wide at the waist
36" length
Comparable to 16-26 in Women's sizing
Comparable to Large or X-Large in Men's sizing
35" wide at the waist
39" length