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Sleigh your wedding game with a magical Christmas-themed celebration!

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The holiday season is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate your love than with a magical Christmas-themed wedding! From glittering trees, hot cocoa bars to mistletoe kisses, there are endless possibilities to make your special day one to remember.

However, planning a Christmas-themed wedding requires careful attention to detail to avoid the cliched and over-the-top holiday decor. Here are some useful tips and advice to help you plan your dream Christmas-themed wedding.

The Venue

Whether you’re having a winter wonderland outside or in a cozy indoor venue, the first thing to consider is the location. When searching for a venue, seek out places with stunning outdoor scenery, fireplaces, and a warm, inviting atmosphere.

Country clubs, lodges, and ski resorts all offer perfect settings for a winter wedding celebration. Alternatively, if you’re looking to hold a Christmas wedding in a more unusual location, consider historic churches, winter gardens, or even a charming barn to create a cozy atmosphere.

The Colors

Bright red and green might be the first colors that come to mind when it comes to Christmas, but there are plenty of other color combinations to choose from that can add glamor and sophistication to your theme. Choose colors that reflect the season and add depth, for example, a blend of metallics, jewel tones, and whites such as navy, silver, and gold decorations can be both chic and elegant.

Incorporating glitter, sequins, and other sparkling elements that catch the light can also add a touch of glamour to your wedding day.

The Dress Code

A Christmas-themed wedding provides an excellent excuse for your guests to dress in their festive best. Encourage a dress code that is festive and playful, which will allow your guests plenty of opportunity to be creative with their attire.

If your guests are unsure of what to wear, suggest they come dressed in holiday colors, a classic red or green cocktail dress, or a winter-white outfit to make the day that little bit more magical.

The Decorations

When it comes to Christmas decorations, the key is to keep it simple and elegant. Instead of garish tinsel, opt for elegant tree branches, fragrant pine boughs, and twinkling fairy lights. These elements add beautiful texture and make for an easy and budget-friendly décor.

Taper candles, poinsettias, cranberries, and wreaths are also great ways to incorporate Christmas spirit into the decorations. Make sure to add a touch of personalization to the decorations with monogrammed napkins, candy cane place holders, or bespoke Christmas ornaments.

The Menu

Christmas is the season of indulgence, and your menu should reflect that. Think hot chocolate bars, s’mores station, and cookies shaped like gingerbread men or snowflakes. For a more formal dinner, consider traditional seasonal dishes, such as a Christmas roast or roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, and roasted root vegetables.

Set up a hot drink station offering mulled wine, eggnog, or hot apple cider to warm the guests. Mini bottles of cider or hot chocolate mix make for great favors for guests to take home as well.

The Cake

When it comes to the wedding cake, the more festive, the better. Consider seasonal flavors such as cinnamon, ginger, and peppermint. A rustic naked cake decorated with fresh cranberries, greenery, and sugar berries will make an elegant centerpiece for your event. You can also opt for a classic tiered wedding cake adorned with glittering snowflakes, pinecones, or a festive red and gold ribbon.

The Entertainment

Hire a professional DJ or band that can play both traditional wedding music and classic Christmas hits. Alternatively, you can also choose a string quartet or a solo piano player for a festive wedding vibe. Make sure to have a dancefloor with plenty of space to get down and boogie to celebrate the occasion.

For the kids, set up a dedicated kids play area with Christmas-themed activities such a gingerbread house decorating, ornament making, or a visit from Santa or one of his elves.

The Favors

To thank guests for sharing the day with you, provide them with festive wedding favors they can cherish and enjoy. Edible favors such as Christmas cake pops, hot chocolate mix, and homemade jams make for great take-homes. Personalized baubles, Christmas crackers, and locally sourced ornaments are also great ideas that will keep your guest’s memories of the day alive.


A Christmas-themed wedding combines the magic of the holiday season with the romantic celebration of your wedding day. Careful consideration of the venue, decorations, and food choices will help create a stunning, elegant, and unforgettable celebration. With the correct planning and a little forethought, a magical wintery wonderland wedding awaits. Happy planning!

Amy Roberts

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