This blog post is all about candles, the illuminating decorative pieces that we love to display this time of the year. Adding to the wintry magic that fills the air, they can completely enhance the look and feel of a room. And we’ve all experienced how just lighting a few candles on the fireplace mantle creates a warm, inviting atmosphere for everyone to enjoy.
Many are feeling a loss of holiday tradition and trying to navigate these last days of 2020 has been difficult. One way to get over the heartache is to create new traditions. Since candles are ever-present right now, we decided to explore the tradition of decorating for the holidays with a focus on winter wedding centerpieces with candles that you can make at home.
Let the light in this holiday season with a captivating tabletop adorned with shimmering gold votives, white pillar candles, and touches of greenery.
Submerged candle arrangements offer endless styling possibilities, which can be explored using decor elements that you already have on hand. This display features berry red florals and cedar greenery under floating candles set on a chic round mirror, which enhances the display to dazzling effect.
Offering a surprising twist on the traditional holiday aesthetic, this centerpiece radiates gothic sophistication and features black taper candles enclosed in glass hurricanes.
Encapsulating rustic winter beauty, this outdoorsy scene pairs charming votives with cut birch wood holders and pedestal.
There’s a good chance that you have tissue paper lying around right now. This DIY Tutorial shows how to fashion those extra sheets into lovely paper blossoms, which make pretty accents in table decor alongside candles in sleek stem vases.
Moody meets modern in this tablescape pairing clean white taper candles in granite holders with dark linens and rich colored florals.
Sparkling pine trees, glittering reindeer, twinkling snowflakes, and shiny ornaments, this winter wonderland tablescape is giving us serious “Frozen” vibes (and we mean that in the best way!)
Flickering lanterns, greenery, pine cones, and a burlap runner speak to the still beauty of winter. For a more luxurious presentation, we suggest using velvet or satin linens.
Exuding timeless winter romance, this classic display pairs white candles with a bay leaf wreath, which offers a welcoming fragrance over the tablescape.
Baby it’s cold outside. Warm up to this rustic centerpiece featuring frosted pine cones and greenery branches with white votive candles.
Let it glow, let it glow, let it glow…. From elegant to natural to minimalist, these winter wedding candle centerpieces not only capture the spirit of the holiday season, but are also easy to make and use many materials that you already have. We hope these ideas inspire to to light your home all merry and bright!