5 Tabletop Trends to Add to Your Winter Wedding
By The ThirstyNest Editors
As the chill sets in, are you dreaming of a Winter Wonderland Wedding? Sleigh it with some inspired décor that’ll really level up your tablescape. Below you can find excellent tips from our team of experts that will help you add some wintry touches to your upcoming nuptials or dinner parties.
1. Festive Candles
Candles create cozy, flattering lighting for any centerpiece. Using frosted votives add an extra touch to an already wintry setting, and mirrored votives can add a bit of glitz to a special New Year’s celebration.
For dinner parties, try candles with scents of warm seasonal spices such as pine, rosemary and cinnamon which can create a cozy, hygge vibe. Don’t overdo the fragrances and be careful not to overwhelm the room. We love these Fallen Fir candles from Otherland for the table or as favors for guests.
2. Metallic Touches
Metallic rimmed glasses and matching flatware are all the rage. It adds sophistication to your table with a hint of glam. Pour yourself a glass of bubbly that’s on theme, like the Limited-Edition bottle of Cavicchioli 1928, and make a perfect photo moment.
3. Up Your Garnish Game
Decorate your drink with holiday cocktail stirrers that your guests will absolutely love! Find some with charming little phrases or unique designs, like these reusable swizzles. Glasses can also be garnished with something seasonal like rosemary sprigs or cranberries—adding a special touch and making your drink Instagram-ready!
4. Snowball Bubbly Bar
Entertaining can get overwhelming during the holiday season, so make it easier by creating a self-serve bubbly bar cart. Your bar cart should complement the design that’s displayed on your table and be stocked with garnishes and juices for mixing. If you’re lucky enough to have fresh snow on the ground, you can add it to an ice bucket to chill your bottles.
We love the Cavicchioli 1928 Prosecco Minis which are perfect for a self-serve bubbly bar. The taste is crisp with a refreshing texture that is illuminated by aromas of white peach and citrus. These minis are great on their own or mixed in a cocktail!
5. Florals For The Finish
This time of year it’s all about having on-theme florals. We recommend matte winter greens such as eucalyptus, winter berries and dusty millers alongside pops of white and blush. If you’re feeling sassy, rich jewel toned florals work beautifully with this palate as well.
Bring it all together with a bottle of bubbly as beautiful as the bouquet itself. We love Cavicchioli 1928 Rosé, and the bottle’s design ties together the floral motif. Its pink, fizzy juice is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, with a wonderful texture, spicy sweet taste and lingering with red fruit.