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A lot of winter weddings incorporate bare branches, but why not try blossoming ones that hint at the coming spring?

Frozen hot chocolate topped with a candy cane

Planning a festive winter wedding? Try flannel, pinecone, and jingle bell touches like this couple

These save-the-dates by Tiny Pine Press were designed to resemble ski passes

Beautiful winter bridesmaids

Mini red velvet cupcakes topped with evergreen sprigs

This bride wore toasty shearling wedges with pink laces for outdoor photos

Glittery jingle bells for guests to ring post ceremony double as festive favors

Draped white fabric tied back with clusters of pine sprigs, pine cones, tulips, and ranunculus

A rustic boutonniere with pinecones and pine

A bouquet of white ranunculus is perfect for a snowy wedding

Bridesmaids' nosegays of fir, wild pine, cedar, aspen twigs, and berries swathed in houndstooth wool

This bride, bundled in a faux-fur shrug, strikes a pretty pose on skis

This couple used a pair of skis as their guestbook

Wintry wedding cupcakes atop a rustic stand

Antique skis hang above escort cards for a cozy vibe

Serve hot chocolate and apple cider in customized cups to guests before a chilly wedding ceremony

A couple poses for a wedding portrait on the slopes

Varied centerpieces accented with vintage sleigh bells and old hardcover books in shades of green and burgundy

Festive garlands are wrapped around this staircase's banister for some winter flair

Wreaths of New England double-faced evergreens hang in the wall's nooks at this reception

Mercury-glass vessels filled with candles cast a cozy glow in this fireplace

A wintry cotton boll wreath adorns the back of a chair