The holidays are known for painting entire cities with quintessential red and green, interspersed with bright lights and festive decor; come hearts’ day in February, red descends upon us again, from cake frosting to roses and romantic dresses. But the enchantment of winter goes way beyond this colour palette, whether you’re tying the knot close to especially festive dates, or sometime in between, with glistening fresh snow adding sparkle to a magical setting. From rich hues like wine, to sparkling silver, and elegant ivory and gold, there’s an entire world of reimagined colour palettes waiting to dress you on your special day.

Classically Magical: All White

It’s a winter wonderland in Vaughan for a reason, and with fresh, glistening snow, your wedding will look absolutely magical and luxurious. This light, monochromatic pattern is anything but boring and, if anything, allows you to incorporate different textures to add many dimensions to already elegant colours. Mix and match different fabrics, plants, and greenery for a luxurious all-white palette.

Deep, Earthy Love: Red and Brown

These rich, earthy tones are central to rustic winter weddings, lending the occasion with depth, passion, and warmth. Mix them up with lighter hues, or splash bursts of white for added brightness—the result is a sleek and modern contrast.

Winter Wonderland: Silver and Blue

Next to white, a mix of silver and blue elevate the traditional winter wonderland vibe with sparkle and shine. Perfect for contemporary winter weddings built around trendy touches like geode decor, a palette built around silver and blue is as sleek and modern as it is magical. It really is the most wonderful time of the year!

All That Glitters: Metallics

You’ll want to absolutely sparkle on your big day, and there’s no better way to do that than with a metallic colour palette, especially for decor and accents. Echo the cool and dramatic vibe of winter with metallic gold and silver, and look absolutely glowing on the happiest day of your life.

No-Fuss Chic: Cream, Gray, and Copper

The core of minimalism; cream, gray, and copper shades, aren’t just on-trend and utterly chic. This almost-neutral palette lends the entire wedding a simple, quiet beauty and a timeless, natural glow that goes from large church weddings to rustic barn receptions with ease.

All Things Natural: White, Blush, and Green

Change up your regular white and ivory palette with a hint of soft blush. Combined with various shades of luscious, refreshing green, your wedding will look absolutely dreamy and romantic, thanks to an ethereal, natural aesthetic.

For Your Everyday Valentine: Red and White

When it comes to love, there’s nothing more iconic than red and white. Celebrate Valentine’s Day every day with the most fitting colours as you walk down the aisle. And if you’re worried about looking like a cliche, don’t. Keep the holiday decor to a minimum because these colours pack more than enough wintry cheer for the celebration. Mix it up with patterns like plaids, and add winter accents like evergreens and metallic decor for familiar warmth and elegance.

Natural Glimmer: Green, Ivory, and Gold

There’s nothing more regal than ivory and gold, and with hints of green, the glimmer from your winter wedding will look every inch natural, down-to-earth, and timeless for years to come.

New Beginnings with Dream-Like Spring: Mauve and Jade

Like their lighter counterparts blush and eucalyptus, a palette built around mauve and jade reminds guests of a refreshing, dream-like spring, but emboldened with a hint of winter romance. Finish off with sparkly accents like hints of rose gold for added warmth. What better way to celebrate a bright new beginning than a winter wedding right at the cusp of a budding spring?

Winter Warmth: Blush and Caramel

If you could bottle up warm and cozy, it would come in swirls of blush and caramel. This warm, brown hue is the perfect complement to the sweet undertones of blush. Achieve this neutral but sweet look with accents like dyed silk bouquet ribbons, faux fur wraps, upholstered rental furniture, wood plate chargers, and an on-trend, eye-candy drip cake, and relish in its warmth against the cold outside in Vaughan.

Whimsical and Enchanting: Purple, Gray, and Green

Non-traditional couples and unconventional love stories deserve to be celebrated in a bold, non-traditional style. If you’re looking for a stylish trio, think of purple, gray, and green for an absolutely enchanting atmosphere that’s fitting for winter weddings. Not a fan of vibrant shades? Consider darker hues of this palette as an alternative along with succulents and woodland-inspired accents for earthy bohemian chic.

Celebrate Your New Life: Moss and Olive Green

Green is one-half of the dynamic holiday colour duo. For winter weddings, the bright, striking shades of emerald and neon give way to muted tones of moss and olive green to create a perfectly wintry aesthetic for exchanging vows in, but without looking more like Christmas redux and less like tying the knot. Perfect for a vintage feel, old souls will love these colours tied together with candles, antiques, and dark wood.

The Princess’ Dream: Dark Purple and Champagne

For all the princesses out there finally living happily ever after with their prince charming, this palette is designed for royalty—exactly how you should feel and look on your big day. Naturally regal on its own, dark purple infused with shimmering champagne and hints of gold in accents like place settings and centrepieces will look absolutely magnificent and fitting for a winter royal wedding.

Regal Pastel: Pale Blue and Gold

Live the pastel dream of spring with shades like pale blue for your winter wedding. Unlike their spring counterparts, pairings with dark wood and rich gold details bring out a wintry chill in the blue, resulting in rich, playful tones that perfectly fit the season.

Gothic Charm: Moody Colours

It’s only fitting that edgy couples who aren’t afraid to experiment and curate bold tastes get married in style. Dark colours like plum, black, and burgundy were often seen as too gloomy for otherwise vibrant and happy occasions. These basic cold-weather colours might just be perfect for winter weddings. Add a sense of drama and mystery by playing with edgy gothic vibes, and tie the knot enveloped in a bold, sweeping fashion. Besides, with all things bright going on this season, it’s a bit overrated.

Classic Redux: Navy and White

Black and white never fails to serve lessons in elegant style, and that includes formal winter weddings. But did you know that you can achieve the same effect by swapping black with navy? Get hitched in absolute sophistication and look good no matter what style you’re wearing as you celebrate this new beginning.

Anyone can say “I do,” but not everyone can do it with the same impeccable taste. Everything that makes your big day is all in the little details, including a fitting colour palette. Château Le Jardin opens its doors to couples looking for winter wedding venues in Vaughan. Our guarantee is the perfect space for celebrating your love and the rest of your lives as one. For more information about theme weddings, call us at 1-888-529-8573 or contact us here today.