Win­ter and sum­mer one col­or It’s def­i­nite­ly not about wed­dings! The sea­son plays an impor­tant role in orga­niz­ing a wed­ding: the weath­er deter­mines the venue, attrib­ut­es and atmos­phere. The bride’s bou­quet and floristry for the ban­quet hall depend on sea­son­al­i­ty. Chan­fash­ion will tell you how, when cre­at­ing a wed­ding dec­o­ra­tion, to be in har­mo­ny with nature and trans­fer to the decor the best that the sea­son you have cho­sen for the cel­e­bra­tion gives.

Warm shades in win­ter pro­vide a warm­ing vibe, while cool tones in sum­mer bring a breath of fresh­ness and cool­ness.

winter wedding

At the men­tion of win­ter wed­ding decor, ever­greens and red rib­bon, tan­ger­ine cin­na­mon sticks, and lots of tall can­dles and fairy lights instant­ly come to mind!

But why not look for less hack­neyed or com­plete­ly new win­ter wed­ding ideas? Let you get cool, mod­ern, lux­u­ri­ous and indi­vid­ual.

The com­bi­na­tion of geo­met­ric details with a turquoise and gold palette of col­ors looks beau­ti­ful.

On the table an abun­dance of win­ter green­ery: ever­green branch­es, this­tles, berries and even pheas­ant feath­ers. Can­dles don’t have to be in tall can­dle­sticks, they can be designed as mini fire­places and it will look less lux­u­ri­ous, but much more cozy.

Inter­est­ing idea for a win­ter wed­ding a cor­ner for men with whiskey and a cig­ar bar in vin­tage style.

Do you want to feel like a 100% win­ter princess? Choose a fit­ted dress with long sleeves, and dec­o­rate (or insu­late?) your shoul­ders with a fur shawl. And you are irre­sistible!

And do not for­get that the wed­ding cake also has the right to be a bright accent on the win­ter hol­i­day.

Read more of our win­ter wed­ding plan­ning tips in this arti­cle!

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summer wedding

sum­mer wed­ding this is an immense sea of ​​decor ideas, floristry choic­es and can­dy bar options. Sum­mer gives a great oppor­tu­ni­ty to spend a hol­i­day in the fresh air, enjoy­ing the gen­tle sun, beau­ti­ful land­scape and night star­ry sky.

Chan­fash­ion I like the idea of ​​mak­ing a fruit and berry accent at a sum­mer wed­ding, when ripe cher­ries and sweet straw­ber­ries just scream “sum­mer is in full swing”! Bright, rich berry tones paired with a sheer white wed­ding dress it is beau­ti­ful. PS Bride, just keep those berries away from your dress!

Want even more tips? Read arti­cle sum­mer wed­ding.

spring wedding

Ves­na a won­der­ful time for a wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion, a new begin­ning in nature, the joy of the first flow­ers and the first warm days after the win­ter cold.

Nature itself the per­fect source of inspi­ra­tion. Use rus­tic, organ­ic decor ele­ments in a soft, light palette, and cre­ate some juicy green accents for con­trast.

A bride at a spring wed­ding can dec­o­rate her hair with a wreath of wil­low twigs. It is impor­tant to remem­ber that spring is a sym­bol of youth and ten­der­ness, which is why we advise you to aban­don com­plex make­up in favor of a nude, nat­ur­al one.

Find more ideas here!

autumn wedding

Autumn such a beau­ti­ful sea­son filled with lots of changes, rich col­ors and deli­cious tex­tures.

Red and bur­gundy col­ors are con­sid­ered clas­sics in the design of an autumn wed­ding.

Autumn leaves, rose hips and acorns look very cool in the bride’s bou­quet.

Chan­fash­ion gives you an idea use sea­son­al fruits and veg­eta­bles it’s a cost-effec­tive and chic way to spruce up your wed­ding with­out break­ing the bank on expen­sive floristry or elab­o­rate props.

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Pump­kins, arti­chokes and per­sim­mons look beau­ti­ful even on their own, but if you are a cre­ative per­son white and gold spray paints or even cal­lig­ra­phy will turn edi­ble items into a com­plete dec­o­ra­tion.

For more inspi­ra­tion, check out our Fall Wed­ding arti­cle!

There is no bad nature, and each of the sea­sons has its own char­ac­ter­is­tics that you should not lose sight of. May your wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion be full of beau­ty and har­mo­ny!