How to Have Christmas Trees at Your Wedding

//How to Have Christmas Trees at Your Wedding

How to Have Christmas Trees at Your Wedding

I know, I know. Thanksgiving has not even happened yet and everyone is already talking about Christmas, but if you are about to have a Christmas wedding you need this information in order to plan and to snag the appropriate amount of trees this year. Christmas trees are used to celebrate the holidays and are gorgeously ornamented with your personality. To have trees at a wedding only boosts the festive feelings already circling the event. Also, just imagine the smell.

 

Tables Centerpieces

You can have tiny Christmas trees that even remind people of snow globes on your tables for guests to enjoy. You can even save these and use them for years to come at Holiday parties.

 

Potted Trees to Light the Night

These potted parts of Christmas trees would magically light the walkway to the reception. You could also have these inside or on top of the bar.

 

Decorate the Walls

Photo: Home Beauty

Check with your wedding venue first, and then hang up these minimalist tree decoration all over the halls of your reception.

 

Marriage Arch

Photo: K Mart

Imagine the amazingly festive photos that could be taken as you say “I do” under a Christmas tree archway.

Invitations

Photo: Kate Osborn

Add a little flair to your decorations and a gorgeous smell with pine needles adorning the edges or center.

 

Wedding Favors

Photo: Sweet Root Village

You can have a Christmas tree at your wedding and send guests home with pine cones as party favors. Their names can be written on the tags, or your names and the year of the wedding.

 

Baby Pines

Photo: Michelle Boyd Photography

If your guests have green thumbs then giving away pine tree saplings will give them a gift that will last many many years and even grows at the rate of your wedding. Imagine having thirty pine trees you go visit on your anniversary. Phew!

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