29 Chic Ways To Add A Sparkle To Your Winter Wedding
Sparkles and bold colors are natural for winter weddings because the first remind of sparkling snow and ice, and the second spruce up pale winter shades. Today’s roundup is dedicated to cool and chic ways to add glitter to your winter wedding, they are chic and modern and absolutely not excessive as we all know that much glitter doesn’t look very well. Let’s have a look how to add glitter in a delicate and chic way.
Sparkles and glitter can be on your wedding attire, and many brides love rocking sparkly wedding gowns for their winter weddings, whether this is a snowy or a glam wedding, or maybe when they want to make a statement. You can opt for a gorgeous beaded capelet or a sparkly veil if you don’t want a beaded wedding dress, and a pair of sparkly shoes can polish any bridal look. Another idea is to dress up your bridesmaids into sparkling dresses – gold or copper sequin ones, for example.
a sparkling gold wedding dress with a plunging neckline and short sleeves looks wow
a bold beaded art deco wedding dress with a plunging neckline and flowy sheer sleeves
a heavily beaded and embroidered capelet over an off the shoulder white wedding dress
a golden beaded and embroidered capelet will make even the simplest dress stand out and will add a sparkly touch
gold glitter wedding pumps are ideal for a Christmas or New Year’s Eve wedding
sheer wedding shoes with pink glitter decor, lacing up and metallic touches
gold glitter flats for a winter bride who wants some sparkly touches
beaded sparkly wedding veil is a gorgeous idea for a winter bride
a silver glitter wedding dress with a cape attached is a bold sparkly statement
silver glitter maxi gowns with side slits and white faux fur stoles for chic bridesmaids’ looks
Some small touches, for example, various accessories, can be a nice idea if you aren’t ready for sparkly dresses or shoes. It can be a gorgeous sparkling wedding headpiece and matching earrings, a sequin bouquet wrap and even a sequin buttonhole with a simple bloom.
a buttonhole with white ranunculus and gold sequin wrap for a touch of sparkle
silver glitter manicure with white nails and rhinestones looks very tender and chic
a sparkling silver bead headpiece and matching earrings to add a shiny touch to your bridal look
a gold sequin bouquet wrap with a heart brooch looks cute and very girlish
Sequins of any kind is right what you need, and sequin tablecloths and table runners are a nice idea for any winter wedding. Sequins can be of any shade – silver, gold, copper, navy, pink, red and so on. Rock glitter vases and table numbers, glitter mason jars that can double as candle lanterns and table numbers, glitter pinecones as cute card holders.
a feather escort card display with gold glitter looks bold for any wedding
a glittered pinecone as a card holder is a chic idea and such a piece can be DIYed
a gold glitter tablecloth and a greenery garland with blooms for highlighting a sweetheart table
a silver sequin table runner over a black tablecloth for a glam or New Year’s Eve wedding
a silver glitter mason jar with a table number doubles as a candle lantern
gold glitter exit idea is a chic way and is amazing for New Year’s Eve weddings
large gold square sequin tablecloth, black plates and vases for a chic New Year’s Eve wedding
gold glitter letters with your inititals are a great idea to accentuate any wedding space
Wedding Food And Drinks
Wedding food can be topped with edible glitter – silver or gold, these can be cupcakes, pops, different pies and cakes and even donuts. Rock a simple white cake decorated with edible glitter, and go for champagne glasses with a glitter edge.
a cupcake topped with edible gold glitter is ideal for a New Year’s Eve wedding
a wedding cake in white can be highlighted with gold glitter and some fresh greenery
donuts covered with gold glitter are a cool and bold idea for any dessert table
edible gold glitter fortune cookies are ideal for a New Year’s Eve wedding
pink champagne in glasses with edible gold glitter edges for a New Year’s Eve