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What are the most unique winter wedding ideas you have seen?

I am looking for unique, elegant ideas for a winter wedding.

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  1. We got married on New Year's Eve. With so many high-end parties, finding items to make it a very elegant and festive occasion is very easy. And what a better occasion for popping the champagne!
  2. They hired a gorgeous horse driven sled to go around town in and for pictures. It looked so romantic to see them drive up to the hall, with the sleigh bells jingling, and him help her down.
  3. lasted 3 days
  4. I would do a white theme, everything including favors white, and possibly silver too. Lots of lights , no color all white, its beautiful for a winter wedding ..Here are some ideas I found:and also check out theknot.com: Winter Wedding Flowers Decide whether you want to go for a silver and white elegant look, or celebrate the season with reds and greens. For those who like silver, look for dusty miller, silver-dollar eucalyptus, and baby blue eucalyptus, mixed with white flowers such as roses, football mums, crocus, lilies and stephanotis. If you're looking for a brighter bouquet, consider red roses with holly and pine-tree greenery. In season flowers such as tulips, roses, and ornamental berries generally will be less expensive choices. (Talk to your florist, as your region may have different availability) The D├ęcor for Your Winter Wedding Decorate your tables with simple and inexpensive white poinsettias, or fill the room with light by arranging pillar candles on a bed of pine branches At the after-Christmas sales, stock up on strands of small white lights, then string them decoratively around doorways, over tables and on archways. Bright red cranberries in a bowl surrounding floating candles make an easy and inexpensive centerpiece. Look at this article for other simple holiday centerpieces.. Or, decorate a pre-made gingerbread house for each table, and center it on a bed of greenery with candles around it. Favors If you and most of your guests celebrate Christmas, an ornament makes a perfect favor. An inexpensive homemade favor is a pretty tin of spiced hot chocolate mix or hot cocoa mix with marshmallows. Also consider a snow globe, with a bride and groom inside, or a holiday cookie cutter with a cookie recipe attached that says your names, wedding date, and "truly cut out for each other". Special touches Have the bride and groom travel by horse and carriage to the reception, complete with a fur throw to keep them warm of course! Decorate the reception with miniature and life-size Christmas trees. Commission an ice sculpture to decorate the reception hall Use a crystal bouquet for that extra wintery feel. As a bonus, you'll get to keep your your bouquet forever.