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Five Winter Wedding Walls You Could Have At Your Wedding

Wednesday, November 29th   – There’s something special about a winter wedding.  No time of year is quite so picturesque and evocative, particularly if you’re living somewhere that winter wonderlands are the norm.

Of course, no one actually wants to have a wedding outdoors during the winter if they can help it, which can make it difficult to really make the winter part of your wedding.  However, wedding walls in Toronto can make all the difference!  The right wedding walls can bring that wintery feeling indoors, to ensure your winter wedding looks the part – but without the cold and wet.

5 Great Winter Wedding Walls in Toronto to Include At Your Service

  1. Snow and Snowflakes

It’s a classic, to be sure, but one that never entirely gets old.  The beauty of recent snow, and of individual snowflakes, has inspired romance for thousands of years.  A lovely snow-covered landscape, with frozen fractals all around, can work beautifully with just about any traditional-style wedding decor that’s heavy on whites and yellows to make your wedding look extra wintery.

  1. Winter Scenery

There’s no shortage of amazing sights to see in the winter, particularly out in the country.  From frozen lakes to majestic mountains to even fantasy vistas of ice castles, you could bring any or all of it into your wedding to create absolutely amazing wedding backdrops for photographs.  Even better, modern high-resolution digital printing means you could be working off either artwork or a photographic source, and the end result would look great either way.

  1. Christmas

Sure, there’s a pretty short window of time where a Christmas-themed wedding would be appropriate – but if you’re already having your wedding around Christmastime, why not go all the way with it?  The right wedding walls can turn your wedding into a whimsical wonderland full of presents, decorated trees, or maybe even the North Pole workshop – and all without having to pay the elves overtime.

  1. Evergreens, Ivy, and Berries

Don’t want to have too much white on your wedding walls, but also want to be a bit more grown-up than a Christmas theme?  Draw from nature.  Make a backdrop that’s primarily browns and greens, taken from the winter foliage, with some red berries thrown in for extra color.  It would be classy and tasteful, while still being properly themed.

  1. Island Paradise

Hey, it doesn’t snow everywhere!  Nothing says you have to totally embrace the snowy aesthetic just because you’re having a winter wedding.  Throw the season out the window and use your wedding walls to bring some tropical warmth to your wedding and reception instead.  Depending on how snowy it’s been, your guests might even like having a different view to look at.

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From small stand-ups for pictures to massive thirty-foot head table backdrops setting the scene, Best Wedding Backdrops can create amazing full-color/high-resolution wedding walls that totally personalize your wedding.  Contact us today to learn more about everything we can do!

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