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Photography by SARA DEANE

Freshly fallen powdery snow. White-capped mountains. Fireside photos. The perfect accessories for a cold-weather celebration. Here are a few reasons to consider throwing a winter fete. 

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Photography by Trent Bailey

When you think of winter, the flowers might not be the first things that come to mind. Until now. Set a table with abundant arrangements of pastel blooms for an elegant and cozy touch. See more of this wedding at

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Photography by Tekoa Rose

The key to enjoying a winter wedding is staying warm. Indulge guests in a few cozy details. Scarves make surprising favors and, well, extra layers are always well-received. See more wedding details at

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Photography by Marlene Photography

‘Tis the season to embrace all white. This elegant bouquet adorned with lace embellishments is the the perfect amount of girly-chic. See more wedding details at

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Photography by Laura Murray

Something special for your bridesmaids. Fur wraps are not only stylish, but essential if you want to take photos in the snow. See more at

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Photography by Apryl Ann Photography

No snow? No problem! Bouts adorned with a frosty coating resemble a fresh snowfall. See more wedding details at

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Photography by Bumby Photography

Simplify centerpieces with pinecones, brunias, baby’s breath, and a white rose. They provide just the right amount of flair for an intimate setting. See more of this wedding at

stylemepretty.com

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Photography by Maru Photography

What’s a winter celebration without hot chocolate? The fluffy marshmallow topping adds a sweet touch. More wedding details at

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