Cranberries and Holly – A Christmas Wedding

First of all, if you haven't yet, be sure to check out my GIVEAWAY. You can enter to win the beautiful ring nest in the top left corner of this board!


I've said it and I'll say it again – I LOVE CHRISTMAS. The snow, the music, the decorations, the shopping, the food, the time spent with family...I love it all! It's such a wonderful time of the year with such great meaning to it. That's why I think it's great when a couple wants to have their wedding during the holiday season. Yes, I know that a Christmas wedding doesn't have to be red and green – in fact, there's so many beautiful ways to rock a Christmas wedding that it's just ridiculous. But, I have to admit that there's something so awesome about a traditional Christmas wedding complete with holly, peppermint and cranberries that just makes me happy. So here you have it – a beautiful red and green winter wedding!


Photo credits:

Center: cake
First row: ring nest, centerpieces, bouquet, couple
Second row: shoes, glasses
Third row: bride, plate
Fourth row: flowers, egg nog, lollipop, favor box


Again, please check out my giveaway! The beautiful little ring nest in the upper left is handmade by White Tulip Boutique and is so darling. Enter to win it here for yourself or as a gift!

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