If you read the Plunge Project on the regular, you already know how much I just adore [winter weddings](http://theplungeproject.com/fab-friday-finds-winter-wedding-ideas-inspiration) — especially those with snow! And since I know some of you are planning cool weather affairs for the coming months, or even in 2013, I wanted to share a couple great tips for hosting a winter wedding…
### 1. Colors
Winter white is definitely in for cool weather weddings. Pair it with silver for an ultra-glam look, or go with red and aqua to reflect the holiday season without going with the more obvious red and green color scheme.
### 2. Attire
Taking photos out in the snow? A cozy faux fur shrug is a great addition to your wedding day attire. Don’t forget your bridesmaids too!
### 3. Flowers
Senior wedding planner Jacklyn McBeth of Atlantic City’s [One Atlantic](http://www.oneatlanticevents.com/) suggests using winter white flowers to convey a chic and classic look. White peonies and white garden roses are popular go-to’s. I also adore the look berries add to a bouquet!
### 4. Centerpieces
Frame your winter white flowers with with frosted or lacey votives to add that warm, romantic vibe to your winter wedding.
### 5. Drinks
Winter weddings call for warm, comforting drinks. Treat your guests with a chai and hot cocoa bar, or consider making your signature cocktail a warm one.
### 6. The Cake
A simple, white cake is great for a winter reception. Dress it up with
elements of the season like snowflakes!
Photo credits (from top): [Hostess with the Mostess](http://www.hostessblog.com/2010/12/glam-winter-table-cool-silver-succulents/), [Luminaire Images Photography](http://www.luminaireimages.com/), [The Knot](http://www.theknot.com), [The Knot](http://weddings.theknot.com/Real-Weddings/59546/detailview.aspx?type=3&id=59546), [Jennie Andrews Photography](http://jennieandrewsphoto.com), [Martha Stewart Weddings](http://www.marthastewartweddings.com/227272/lacy-candle-centerpiece), [Ron Abuelo Rum](http://www.ronabuelorum.com/), In Style Weddings