Elegant Ways to Incorporate Ornaments in Your Christmas Wedding Decor

The magic of Christmas weddings lies in the perfect blend of romance, joy, and festivity. And what better way to infuse the spirit of the season than by incorporating ornaments into your wedding decor? These tiny decorative pieces are not just limited to adorning Christmas trees; they can add a touch of elegance, sparkle, and nostalgia to every aspect of your special day. Not only are there over 1,500 Old World Christmas ornaments to choose from, but each one is touched with glitter for an overall effect of glamor and eye-catching beauty. Here are seven creative and elegant ways to use Christmas ornaments in your Christmas wedding decor.

1. Ornament-Adorned Centerpieces

Create captivating centerpieces by incorporating ornaments into your floral arrangements. Use clear vases or glass containers filled with ornaments of various sizes and colors, interspersed with lush blooms and evergreen sprigs. The play of light through the glass and the shimmering ornaments will add a magical touch to your reception tables. With Old World Christmas ornaments, it’s easy to select themes special to the bride and groom. 

2. Ornament Table Cards

Transform the seating arrangements into a delightful experience for your guests by using ornaments as table cards. Attach small name tags to each ornament, and let your guests find their seating assignments amidst a display of twinkling lights and ornaments. This not only serves as a personalized touch but also doubles up as a keepsake for your guests to remember the special day.

3. Ornament Bouquets

Add a whimsical touch to your bridal bouquet by incorporating delicate ornaments into your floral arrangement. Choose ornaments that match your wedding colors and tie them among the blooms with elegant ribbons. This unique bouquet will be an eye-catching accessory as you walk down the aisle.

4. Ornament Garland

Craft an enchanting backdrop for your wedding ceremony or reception by assembling a garland of ornaments. Use a mix of ornaments, greenery, and fairy lights to create a captivating display that will leave your guests in awe.

5. Ornament Chandeliers

Elevate your venue's decor by hanging ornament chandeliers from the ceiling. Create these stunning installations by grouping ornaments together, hanging them at varying lengths, and suspending them with clear fishing wire. These dazzling chandeliers will set the tone for a glamorous and festive atmosphere.

6. Ornament-Embellished Aisle Decor

Line the aisle with ornaments hanging from the ends of pews or chairs. For an elegant touch, choose ornaments that complement your wedding color scheme. As you walk down the aisle, the glimmer of the ornaments will create a magical pathway.

7. Ornament Favors

Express your gratitude to your guests with ornament wedding favors. Choose ornaments that reflect the spirit of the season, such as miniature Christmas ornaments from our new Gumdrops line, snowflakes, or a bride and groom. Personalize each ornament with your names and the wedding date to create a cherished keepsake for your loved ones.

Incorporating ornaments into your Christmas wedding decor allows you to infuse the festive spirit of the season into every aspect of your special day. From centerpieces to bouquets, chandeliers to favors, these elegant ornament ideas will leave a lasting impression on your guests and create a memorable celebration of love and joy.

As you plan your Christmas wedding, don't shy away from experimenting with various ornament arrangements and designs. Embrace the magic of the holiday season and create a wedding atmosphere that truly sparkles and shines with elegance and festivity. Remember, the key is to find the perfect balance between the holiday charm and the timeless beauty of your love story. Happy planning and cheers to a magical Christmas wedding!

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Rachael Mitchell

Rachael Mitchell is a freelance writer based in Seattle, Washington, and has over 15 years of writing experience. She’d never be able to pick just one favorite ornament, but narrowed it down to the S’more and Tennis Ball. She always looks forward to s’mores in the summer with friends and family adding gourmet ingredients, and played 4 years of college tennis in the mid-west.

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