8 of the Best Tables to Inspire Your Winter Wedding Decor

Have you always dreamed of a cozy winter wedding? If visions of pinecones and deep reds dance in your head, then you’ll adore these winter wedding decor ideas! From curated place settings and impeccable details, get ready to gain inspiration from these gorgeous tablescapes.

Best Tables to Inspire Your Winter Wedding Decor | Christmas Wedding Ideas

Tablescapes to Inspire Your Winter Wedding Decor

1. Creative Winter Wedding Colors

Think your only option is a Christmas wedding color palette? Well, you may need to think again. Consequently, using pastel, icy tones are so striking in the winter, and these pink and blue tones are spectacular.

Considering out of the box options can transform your wedding. For example, add an element of the unexpected by utilizing a combination of non-winter wedding colors. In fact, these are lovely results!

Unique Winter Wedding Colors from Michelle Leo EventsUnique Winter Wedding Colors via Michelle Leo EventsCreative winter wedding colors can be gorgeous yet unexpected.

2. December Wedding Ideas

If you’re going to have a wedding near Christmas, you may as well have a holiday-themed event. Therefore, the December wedding ideas below are perfect!

A pinecone place card holder (painted white, so darling!) is an easy DIY project. However, the handwritten menu adds such a cozy touch to this beautiful winter wonderland wedding.

Christmas Wedding Holiday Berries Winter Styled Shoot as seen on Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog - tablescape, table scapeChristmas Wedding Holiday Berries Winter Styled Shoot as seen on Hill City Bride Virginia Wedding Blog - menu, stationeryChristmas themed weddings can be such cozy events. 

3. Modern Winter Wedding Details

Concentrating on beautiful winter wedding details with modern flair has a beautiful effect. As you can see, this is especially true if there is a gorgeous backdrop within view.

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Gold tones with a blush and burgundy palette add a bit of softness against curved chairs, lined windows, and a dark tabletop. In fact, the contrast can be so stunning when you decide to go modern.

Winter Wedding Details Rocky Mountain BrideWinter Wedding Details from Rocky Mountain BrideModern winter wedding details are striking against the backdrop of nature. 

4. Simple Winter Wedding Inspiration

Sometimes scaled back is best, and such is the case with this lovely simple winter wedding inspiration. Brass accents, Christmas balls, and a statement tablecloth in a natural color don’t overpower.

Adding seasonal greenery is economical and adds to the festive feel of the holiday. Also, a simple palette of white, gold and soft green lets the texture of the individual elements shine through.

Cozy Winter Wedding TablescapeCozy Winter Wedding Tablescape IdeasSimple winter wedding inspiration images by Oleg Zaicev.

5. Outdoor Winter Wedding

Yes, it’s chilly in winter. However, if everyone is willing to dress appropriately, having an outdoor winter wedding can be beautiful. Choose a venue, such as a Christmas tree farm or wooded setting. Both lend themselves to gorgeous styling.

Natural elements, such as pinecones and greenery garland, add to the winter vibes. Plus, the tiny deer is just adorable! What a cute wedding favor he would make. If you want an outdoor winter wedding, go for it. As you can see, the results can be absolutely gorgeous.

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Christmas Wedding Ideas via Ruffled BlogChristmas Wedding Ideas via Ruffled BlogOutdoor winter weddings can be gorgeous even in chilly climates.

6. Elegant Winter Wedding

Getting married in winter lends itself to lovely color palettes that focus on green tones. Although, that doesn’t mean that it has to read Christmas! In fact, the addition of gold and white in this elegant winter wedding is the perfect touch.

Understated winter wedding centerpieces and detailed, gold candle holders add to the ambiance of this stunning cold-weather wedding. Also, using lovely stationery elements creates a beautiful tabletop.

Steel Blue and Burgundy Virginia Wedding | Hill City Bride Wedding Ideas Blog Reception Table Menu DecorSteel Blue and Burgundy Virginia Wedding | Hill City Bride Wedding Ideas Blog Reception Table Menu DecorAn elegant winter wedding can be both classic and sophisticated.

7. Holiday Winter Wedding Themes

An outdoor winter wedding is totally plausible if you head to a temperate destination. Consequently, this event took place in Hawaii. Although you can apply these winter wedding themes to the indoors.

Use wreaths on your chairs. In fact, they don’t have to be Christmas greens. Give nods to the holidays through your color palette, and incorporate it in creative ways. The green plates are striking. However, the handwritten menu adds a handmade touch.

Christmas Themed Wedding via A Princess InspiredChristmas Themed Wedding Menu from A Princess InspiredWinter wedding themes can feature colors reminiscent of the holiday season.

8. White Christmas Wedding Themes

Before you start belting out Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, we’re talking about color palettes, not songs. Although feel free to belt it out if you’d like! Using white Christmas wedding themes makes for a classically beautiful event.

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The table runner is an explosion of various kinds of evergreen, all of which add texture and color. Highlights of gold in the plating and candle holders add a sophisticated element when paired with white roses. So pretty!

White Christmas Wedding Themes TablescapeWhite Christmas Wedding Themes Table ScapesWinter wedding invitations and menus can serve as decor for your table. 

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Cold weather is perfect for a cozy winter wedding, and there are so many gorgeous tablescapes to use. Whether you choose to go with a holiday color palette or want to remain neutral, use winter wedding styles you love.

Winter Wedding Decor Ideas for the Perfect Tablescape | Hill City Bride

Photos: Michelle Leo Events (photographer unknown), 3 Cats Photo, Rocky Mountain Photo Co. via Rocky Mountain Bride, Oleg Zaicev, Alicia King Photography via Ruffled, Emily Bartell Photography, Vanessa Hicks Photography via A Princess Inspired, Joyce Elly Weddings via Ashley Creative

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