Scan­di­na­vian motifs, which are insane­ly pop­u­lar now in the inte­ri­or, have smooth­ly flowed into­fash­ion! And there’s no bet­ter time for ain style. hûggethan win­ter and ear­ly spring. Even if the two of you are not Scan­di­na­vian at all, and your hol­i­day is not planned in the heart of North­ern Europe, why not add some gor­geous Scan­di­na­vian touch­es to yourtable dec­o­ra­tions or your bride and groom looks? If the aes­thet­ics of the Scan­di­na­vian style res­onates in your heart — just do it!


Make a huge win­ter wreath from branch­es of ever­green and pine trees, or from dry leaves, berries, vibur­num, moun­tain ash and cot­ton — it will dec­o­rate your cer­e­mo­ny venue. Dec­o­rate tables with minia­ture flow­er­pots and vas­es with moss, suc­cu­lents, cac­ti, for entourage — com­ple­ment with dry snags and deer antlers, berries, spikelets and can­dles.

Cre­ate a lounge and pho­to zone by arrang­ing huge and small, tall, wide and small tree stumps with can­dles on them in a semi­cir­cle. And on New Year’s Eve, sleighs, volu­mi­nous knit­ted blan­kets and bun­dles of cin­na­mon sprigs will organ­i­cal­ly look in the decor.

Banquet decoration in scandinavian style

Scan­di­na­vian­cen­ters on ban­quet tables: nat­ur­al and sim­ple, yet ele­gant and chic. The style as a whole does not like exces­sive pil­ing up, you will only need accents. The prin­ci­ple of dec­o­rat­ing space, based on the hygge style, involves one two cen­tral ele­ments such as deer antlers, wood­en saw cuts, cone wreaths or spread­ing dry branch­es in glass vas­es. Add sea­son­al touch­es to empha­size the sea­son and its inher­ent mood: for win­ter — fes­tive, Christ­mas, for spring — roman­tic, light and air.

Wedding centers without flowers

One day we will write a large, sep­a­rate arti­cle about this. In the mean­time, take a fresh look atdé­cor: Scan­di­na­vian style can com­plete­ly elim­i­nate flo­ral arrange­ments from tra­di­tion­al cen­ter­pieces onta­bles! Ever­greens, ferns, foliage, berries and branch­es of all kinds — that’s what you need! Place them in pitch­ers, vin­tage vas­es, urns, buck­ets, bowls, and oth­er con­tain­ers that appeal to you visu­al­ly and suit your­theme. Play with tex­tures, add can­dles, horns and even oil lamps to cre­ate the cen­ter­piece of your dreams. Choose dried herbs and flow­ers if you’re hav­ing a forestor want a cozy, nat­ur­al, rus­tic vibe.

Compositions with flowers in the Scandinavian style

Of course, flo­ral cen­ter­pieces remain tra­di­tion­al for wed­dings. But if you want floristry with a Scan­di­na­vian feel, don’t make the cen­ters too lush and deca­dent. You can choose one large flower in a vase, or you can take bare branch­es and com­ple­ment them with flow­ers. If you have a spring wed­ding, why not col­lect the ear­li­est flow­ers and put them in tin cans or grand­moth­er’s rare vas­es that gath­er dust in the attic in the vil­lage? If you’re look­ing for sophis­ti­ca­tion, take a look at white and pale pink tea ros­es.

Wedding dress in Scandinavian style

If you are a mod­ern bride and not ready for a vel­vet sun­dress in eth­nic style, we have three ways for you to look great and fit in with the Scan­di­na­vian style. For starters, take a look at the min­i­mal­ist­dress­es! With a cutout at the back, for exam­ple, for a brighter and more impres­sive look, or com­plete­ly closed with a high col­lar — a min­i­mal­ist dress fits amaz­ing­ly into hûgge sub­ject

Blue or gray dress­es with­out spe­cial details are also chic for a Scan­di­na­vian-style bride, with an empha­sis only on the col­or itself.

For ama­teur brides com­fort, noth­ing bet­ter than a loose­dress with a maxi skirt. Ready to add a tra­di­tion­al touch hûgge to your image? Feel free to put on a cozy chunky knit cardi­gan or a sweater with cute pat­terns!

If you want to show your love for Scan­di­navia through yourat­tire, try a min­i­mal­ist look, that char­ac­ter­izes mod­ern Scan­di­na­vian style or choose a boho look that also very pop­u­lar in Scan­di­na­vian coun­tries.

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Scandinavian bridal hairstyle

Wed­ding hair­style num­ber one — a lacon­ic low or dar­ing high pony­tail, per­haps a lit­tle slop­py — these are the options that remain most rel­e­vant for brides in the style of min­i­mal­ism. You can exper­i­ment and try on var­i­ous options for a twist­ed loop, in addi­tion to the obvi­ous advan­tage in the form of com­fort and dura­bil­i­ty in the toe, they look very dig­ni­fied. But refrain from hair acces­sories, tra­di­tion­al hair orna­ments do not go well with a min­i­mal look.

Style Boho extreme­ly pop­u­lar among design­ers, styl­ists and new­ly­weds, and Scan­di­na­vian­mo­tifs can be per­fect­ly com­bined with it. Take a look at the vari­ety of braid­ed hair­styles — fish­tail and French braids, braid­ed halos and dou­ble halos, and braids paired with a low shell. Half hair is anoth­er cool boho idea to show off your hair and cre­ate a roman­tic look. That’s where the final touch will be fresh flow­ers dec­o­rat­ing your hair­style.

Scandinavian inspiredcakes and desserts

Naked­cakes, as we call naked cake, are an incred­i­bly suc­cess­ful solu­tion for a hol­i­day in the Scan­di­na­vian style. The appear­ance of such a dessert, nat­u­ral­ness and nat­u­ral­ness make it a favorite among oth­er options.

Berries, foliage, nuts, suc­cu­lentsdec­o­ra­tive antlers, fruit, cin­na­mon sticks and all kinds of oth­er win­ter delights you’ll love: cones, gin­ger­bread, tra­di­tion­al Christ­mas can­dy.

Mod­ern Scan­di­na­vian style is all about nat­u­ral­ness and min­i­mal­ism, so you can con­fi­dent­ly choose a min­i­mal­ist dessert as the cen­ter­piece of yourgo ahead.

Kransekake is a tra­di­tion­al Scan­di­na­vian­cake that con­sists of rings stacked on top of each oth­er to form a sharp cone shape with 18 or more lay­ers glued togeth­er with white icing. What could be more inter­est­ing and more mem­o­rable than such a cake? Your guests will be delight­ed!

And we can’t for­get about cup­cakes! So lacon­ic, home­ly and soft, they will won­der­ful­ly com­ple­ment the hol­i­day in Scan­di­na­vian style! Hav­ing shown a lit­tle imag­i­na­tion and cre­at­ed orig­i­nal dec­o­ra­tions for these sim­ple, in com­par­i­son with cakes, desserts, you can safe­ly present cup­cakes as a high­light of a sweet­table!

And in addi­tion to the main sweet treat, pre­pare cin­na­mon rolls and hot choco­late for your guests to cre­ate an espe­cial­ly warm mood.

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A Scan­di­na­vian-styleis not just a trib­ute to fash­ion, it is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to cre­ate an unusu­al, orig­i­nal­cel­e­bra­tion with sim­ple nat­ur­al accents. While oth­ers try to for­get about the cold sea­son out­side the win­dow by fill­ing the ban­quet halls with tons of flow­ers, you can go the oth­er way and make win­ter min­i­mal­ism the main fea­ture of your­con­cept. And trust us, cold shades in the col­or scheme will be your daz­zling advan­tage! Get inspired with Chan­fash­ion, do it with love!