When a bride chooses the holiday season to host her wedding, one thing you can count on when choosing your Indianapolis Wedding & Reception Venue is that it will most likely be flush with Christmas trees, topiaries, wreaths, poinsettias, ribbon, candles, and lights galore! And a huge side benefit of a holiday wedding? Holiday weddings mean well-decorated venues that save a substantial amount of your wedding budget! So embrace the holiday colors - and put a little "spin" on the stereotypical red-and-green décor to create an absolutely dreamy winter wedding. Check out our favorite holiday wedding colors: merlot, cranberry, and sage!
Who says rustic-style is best in the fall? If you're an Indianapolis bride who wants to host a rustic-chic WINTER wedding - try grounding these bold colors with that beloved burlap brides are utilizing in their wedding day tablescape! (top left: thebridealdetective.com)
Wine and cake are a perfect pairing in this image found on tclblog.com (top right). And the snowflake poinsettia is a perfect holiday focal point for this winter wedding cake!
Groomsmen and merlot make us swoon - as does groomsmen IN merlot! (middle left: www.casualweddingdresses.net)
Holiday beauties (middle, center) brought to you by www.foreverphotographystudio.com!
Damansk and prints are exceptionally gorgeous touches for the holiday season as it reminds us of all of the gorgeousness that is wrapping paper under the Christmas tree. (middle, right: www.etsy.com)
And we simply cannot find anything more suited for your pretty little fingers during the holiday season that this amazing Tacori wedding band in yellow gold with cranberry and sage embellishments. (bottom, left: www.frostedpetticoat.com)
And leave it to our friends at www.weddingchicks.com to combine merlot, cranberry, and sage for a blend of holiday delight!
At Jacquie's, we do a lot of cooking with merlot, cranberry, and sage during the holiday season. We hope you found these elements as "yummy" for your wedding decorum as we do tasting them in our festive, holiday dishes. If you are looking for a holiday wedding color scheme that is more warm and dynamic than the stereotypical red-and-green; we encourage you to explore these colors when you plan your own, Indianapolis wedding!