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Let’s take a close look at winter wedding centerpieces…

Centerpieces have always been an essential part of decorations for all kinds of weddings. As the seasons switch, as the nature changes its colors, the wedding decorations start to look differently too.

Winter wedding centerpieces are predominantly created with the use of transparent, light blue and white glass, flowers, cloth and so on. Winter is always associated with glitter of snow; therefore wedding decorators give preference to the use of various crystals and rhinestones in there wedding masterpieces. It really doesn’t matter if the wedding happens in winter or in any other season: the flowers are used in decorations all year round. But winter wedding decorations mostly contain white roses or peonies.

If you want co create unusual winter wedding centerpieces, then use your imagination and painting skills. Get plain transparent wineglasses, tubes of white acrylic paint and a bunch of thin brushes. Use the latter two to decorate the glasses with amazing winter patterns that you’d better make up yourself. Try to be creative! Creativity is a feature that makes hosts of the parties well-thought-of. Remember that you can paint not only sets of glasses but vases, plates and Christmas balls as well.

Cakes also can be pieces of the wedding decorations, particularly of the winter wedding centerpieces. Have the baker you’d hired denied to decorate a cake according to your ideas? He can get the ax! You’ll be able to cope with this decoration. Here is a list of what you’ll need for the icing: 1/3 cup shortening, 4-1/2 cups confectioners’ sugar, 1-1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract, 1/4 teaspoon salt and 3/4 to 1 cup heavy whipping cream. Mix everything together and decorate the cake with amazing snowdrifts! If you want you can also melt white chocolate chips and create admirable snowflakes. As a finishing touch – sprinkle the cake with coconut flakes which will look like snow.

The pieces of decorations and the ways of creating them listed above are surely ones that are considered to be the most popular. But there are still lots of less common but more extraordinary winter wedding centerpieces that you can make up with the use of: ribbons, pine cones, tinsels, bouquets, branches colored with white paints and illuminated with candles and so on. Remember an old trick of how to decorate glasses: sprinkle the edges of them with lemon juice and dip them in sugar. Here we go! The glasses look like as if they’re frosted!

That’s it! But take into account that the best “pieces of decoration” for any wedding party are still a groom and a bride!

Our site will definitely help you to come up with more great ideas of how to create outstanding winter wedding centerpieces. We’re always glad to share interesting photos, videos and instructions with you!

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