17 Winter Wedding Table Decor Ideas

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Winter is without a doubt the cosiest time of the year and goes hand in hand with the holiday season. Because of all the causes for celebration during the winter season, it's a time that's rich with design and decor ideas as the weddings take place and holiday parties go late into the night. We're taking a look at some of our favourite winter and holiday table decor ideas and we hope you'll love them all as much as we do! 
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Mini Trees

How precious are these mini trees in neutral colours? They manage to add tons of visual interest while simultaneously keeping everything looking like a "White Christmas" thanks to the white and cream colour palette. 

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Candlelit Dinner

We absolutely adore this candlelit dinner table, which works perfectly for a table for two or can be expanded to work for an entire dinner party. 
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Wooden Details + Berries

Adding greenery with berries is one of the easiest ways to add a bit of festivity to your table decor and we love it here mixed with  wooden candleholders

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Bottle Brush Trees

Bottle brush trees are some of the cutest DIY project results out there and they can even be dyed various colours to fit your wedding or party theme! Here, they're dyed in a colour array of aqua, pink and yellow for a vintage theme. 

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Lush Red Centrepieces

Red is always a winner whenever the holidays roll around and we love how rich and lush these red blooms look scattered down the table. Add in some candlelight and you've got one of the most romantic tablescapes this year! 
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Gold + Woodland

Antlers and spray painted rocks might not be the first ideas to jump into your head for wedding and party decor, but we can't deny they look absolutely chic when paired with romantic pillar candles. 
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Pine Cone Place Setting

What better way to dress up a place setting than with a darling  pine cone name card? Glue the pine cone to a small wood slice for an added element of woodsiness and to make sure it stays in its place. 
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Festive Starlight

One of our favourite elements of winter is the clear winter sky and this reception decor mimics it with large star chandeliers. It's perfect for a winter "Starry Night" feel! 
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Woodland Creatures

This could be a sweet woodland creature, or it could be Rudolph himself -- it's up to you! Spray paint any animal figurine gold (or any other colour you desire) to add a bit of whimsy to your winter table.
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Berry Toned Floral Arrangements

Berry toned floral arrangements work beautifully in any season, but we have to admit they truly shine for a winter fête. Their warmth brings a bit of cosiness that's much appreciated! 
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Hanging Glass Orbs

Glass and acrylic elements always fare well in cooler seasons, often mimicking the ice outdoors. We love the hanging glass orbs seen here -- they're a great way to appreciate the weather outside without having to freeze indoors! 
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Chair Swag Greenery

Chair swag has really seen a boom in popularity this year and decorating the chairs of the newlyweds (or guests of honour) is a great way to add something extra to the table decor. In this image, the greenery paired with laser cut phrases pop as a modern option! 
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Pomegranate Accents

Pomegranate always looks great in winter decor and we love it here for this festive holiday tablescape. Wood slices, berry drinks and greenery top everything off for an utterly irresistible look! 

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Soft Cotton

We absolutely love the look of  fluffy cotton in table decor. Here, it's used both on the place setting and as a centrepiece -- which is a great low-cost option that still makes a pop! 
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A Pop of Metallic

Speaking of pops, we couldn't go without mentioning the red-hot trend of using metallic elements in your wedding and party decor. A pop of gold, silver, copper or bronze -- you name it -- really elevates the look of the table and is completely to-die-for when mixed with geometric elements as well! 
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Cinnamon Sticks

We mentioned our love of wooden details above, so it's no surprise we love this wood slice used as a charger plate. Add a napkin tied with some sprigs of fir and cinnamon sticks to really up the winter factor! 
photo by Anna Delores Photography, styling by Vanessa Noel Events and Stella Bloom Designs
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Classic Red and Green

There's no way to go wrong with a classic red and green colour palette come winter! These colours are paired together here in a subtle approach, using natural greenery mixed with hints of red in the china and glassware. 

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