The subtle colors of an autumn twilight come alive in the historic Northern Pacific Center.
Heaven on Earth: Winter Wedding Inspiration
Impress your guests from floor to ceiling with French-style chairs, an elegantly distressed harvest table and suspended greenery cascading from above. No need to scour estate sales for vintage finds; rental companies like Rudy’s Event Rentals can provide the pieces for you.
Who would turn down a chance to delight in one (or a few) of these bite-sized Bundt cakes? An accent sprig of greenery completes the simple and sweet dessert tray display.
Baby, it’s cold outside! Whether it’s cocktail hour or an innocent nightcap, let guests indulge in the ultimate warm-up drink: shooters filled to the brim with sweet sips of hot chocolate. Top each miniature glass with an oversized marshmallow for a decadent little treat.
Nothing conveys romance quite like a medley of these burning beauties. Arrange pillar candles of varying heights—that’s the key for visual interest—in a corner of your reception space for a soft glow and fanciful vibe. Better yet, nestle them between sprigs of greenery and a delicate rack of antlers.
You can’t go wrong with the classics, such as gold flatware, fine china and blush-toned florals—these time-tested décor elements will never go out of style. (Plus, decades from now, as you reminisce over your wedding photos, you won’t be asking yourself, “What was I thinking?”)
When in doubt, keep it simple. Neutrals pair beautifully with metallics—this effortless gray-on-white table number on a simple gold stand is all the proof you need.
The icy gray tones of this elegant invitation suite are nothing but heart-warming, especially when coordinated with a keepsake ring box by The Mrs. Box, which will keep your diamond safe for years to come.
Call her the queen of bridal: Vera Wang is the artist behind this gorgeous gown, available at L’Atelier Couture. All you need to accessorize is an ultra-elegant floor-length veil, a sparkly new ring and a romantic bouquet of blooms from Ashley Fox Designs.
If buttercream doesn’t satisfy your sweet tooth, ditch a traditional wedding cake for an oh-so-Minnesotan Bundt cake, like this one from Nothing Bundt Cakes. Pop by one of their four Twin Cities-area locations to taste for yourself. *