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10 Festive Ideas for a Holiday Wedding in Westchester

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Jingle bells, lights, and mistletoe — what’s not to love? Here are our top 10 reason to consider a Christmas wedding in Westchester.

Perhaps the one bad part of choosing a Christmas wedding is that you’re likely dooming yourselves to a lifetime of combination gifts from friends and relatives. That said, if you can get over this one  small drawback, holiday season weddings can also feature some of the most beautifully festive moments and kitschy-cute theme décor around. (Plus, you’ll never forget your anniversary!)

Here are some of our all-time favorite looks, accessories, place settings, party favors, and ceremony ideas to make your holiday wedding one your guests will never forget.

1. Set the tone before guests arrive with snowy Christmas tree invites.

2. Keep things festive and elegant with floor-length dresses in a rich holiday hue.

Photo by Uplift Photography

3. Add a little holiday sparkle to your bouquet with silvery branches.

bouquet

Photo by Uplift Photography

4. Have the ring bearer usher the rings down the aisle in a tiny sleigh.

5. Skip rice or sparklers and let guests ring in the happy couple with jingle bells.

jingle bells

Photo by Vanessa Joy

6. Have guests leave wedding presents under the tree.

Christmas Tree

Photo by Joshua Brown

7. Pine cones studded with holly berries add a touch of winter flora to the place cards.

Photo by Joshua Brown Photography

8. A bowtie and a veil turn reindeer into Christmas-appropriate cake toppers.

9. Instead of a guest book, have friends and family snap photos kissing under the mistletoe to share with words of wisdom.

christmas wedding - mistletoe station

Photo by Joshua Brown Photography

10. End the night with a mug of hot chocolate with a candy cane stirrer.


Read More: 14 Ideas for a Romantic Fall Wedding in Westchester You Won’t Forget

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