Winter Coastal Wedding Ideas
Who needs snow when you have sand?
As we all know, beach and oceanside weddings typically take place in the spring and summer months. However, more and more couples just can’t seem to stay away from the shore, and are having wintry beach weddings for all guests to enjoy. With a beautiful backdrop of ocean, towering trees and stretching sand, a winter wedding at Wayfarers is just what the doctor ordered. Read on for dreamy coastal wedding inspiration fit for a winter wonderland!
Seascape save the date
Set up a scene of gray-blue waters and snow-white florals for your save-the-date photo shoot. Tall gray candles, birch wood logs and a cozy beach blanket are just a few items that will give this beachside shoot a wintry feel.
Winter wedding invites
These misty blue wedding invitations are absolute perfection! Use gold script to inscribe the names of your guests and address the envelopes to add some warmth to this frosty stationery.
A whimsical gown
This beautiful wedding dress is stunning for a whimsical winter wedding day. The flowing organza, shimmering embellishments and mesh lining make for an elegant gown fit for the sand (or snow!)
Berry boho headpiece
Incorporate the holiday season into your hair! This bohemian winter berry headpiece is a unique alternative to a traditional veil. You can tie in these festive florals into the groom/groomsmen’s boutonnières, too!
A cute and coastal bouquet
This bouquet is beachy and bountiful but incorporates both shells and pinecones to create the perfect arrangement! Various greens mixed with white flowers gives an undone, but classic look.
A tablescape like s(no)w other
We love everything about this sea-inspired tablescape! Mix cool tones such as gray, green and blue with warm tones of gold and cream to capture this look. The blues and greens give the decor just a tinge of winter without being too over the top.
Even if the weather outside isn’t frightful , show your guests some love and warmth with cozy blankets they can use during the reception. Your guests will love this thoughtful gesture, and it definitely suits the winter season!
Which wedding idea has you falling for winter? Let us know in the comments!