Crystal snowflakes, snow queen crowns, and rustic pinecones: Our HUGE haul of winter wedding accessories

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Winter wedding accessories -- huge list from @offbeatbride

We're getting close to cold weather here in the Northern Hemisphere and that means one thing: planning for winter weddings! We're already thinking about crystal bouquets, snow white capes, faux fur woolies and muffs, and rustic pine cone accessories. I trawled Etsy for some of the best winter wedding accessories and it did not disappoint. Don't miss the snow queen antler crown, his-and-hers mitten set, lace boot cuffs, red feather epaulettes, and winter-inspired headpieces galore. Let's go winter shopping!

snowflake corsage
Snowflake corsage
his and hers wedding mittens
His-and-hers wedding mittens
“Russian Seasons” Short Coat
“Russian Seasons” Short Coat from ArmStreet
Snow queen wedding headpiece
Snow queen wedding headpiece with antlers
fur wedding muff
Faux fur wedding muff
gold faux fur wedding wrap
Gold faux fur wedding wrap
Silver branch bobby pins for wedding hair
Silver branch bobby pins for wedding hair
Winter bridal shawl
Winter bridal shawl
Wedding lace boot cuffs
Wedding lace boot cuffs
Wedding winter hair comb
Wedding winter hair comb
Gold holly hair clip for wedding hair
Gold holly hair clip
Winter wedding flower crown
Winter wedding flower crown
Winter wedding wool cloche
Winter wedding wool cloche
White 1920s-inspired headband
White 1920s-inspired headband
Snowflake winter wedding hair clips
Snowflake winter wedding hair clips
Red satin wedding cape
Red satin wedding cape
Red feather epaulettes
Red feather epaulettes
Winter wedding hairpiece
Winter wedding hairpiece
Winter wedding shawl taupe
Winter wedding shawl in beige
Winter tree cufflinks
Winter tree cufflinks
Snowflake button brooch bouquet
Snowflake button and brooch bouquet
Silver winter wedding hairpiece
Silver winter wedding hairpiece
Winter wedding lace necklace
Vintage lace necklace
Vintage inspired white leaves headpiece
Vintage-inspired white leaves headpiece
Winter wedding pinecone rustic bouquet
Pine cone rustic bouquet
Pinecone and succulents bouquet
Pine cone and succulents bouquet
Knitted wedding Peter Pan collar
Knitted wedding Peter Pan collar
Wedding faux fur wrap lavender
Wedding faux fur wrap
Winter wedding crown goth
Winter wedding crown goth
Aged copper wedding cuff
Aged copper wedding cuff
Crystal blue wedding garter
Crystal blue wedding garter
White wedding cape
White wedding cape
Christmas ornament wedding bouquet
Christmas ornament wedding bouquet
Winter wedding boutonnieres
Winter wedding boutonnieres
Crystal snowflake bridesmaid hanging bouquet
Crystal snowflake bridesmaid hanging bouquet

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Are YOU planning a winter wedding? What accessories are you loving?

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  1. These are all gorgeous for weddings that have winter as a theme, but for my wedding (which is only in winter cause our anniversary is the eighteenth of january) i'm hunting for a full on medieval style faux fur lined cloak. armstreet.com is a good place to start ^^

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  2. All wedding features are awesome for those who specially get married at winter. The bridal shawl and faux fur woollies and muffs are most attractive and eye catching. So yeah! don't feel bother to go winter shopping.

  3. Our date is smack in the middle of Autumn, but I'm basically going with winter-ish decor. Pine cone bouquets/ boutonnieres , bridal party knitted cowls (made by me!), and a mint/cranberry color scheme (aka red and green, aka christmas colors!!!) Basically everything in this post, except snowflakes =)

  4. All the pretties!!! I would absolutely love a winter wedding, in the snow. Unfortunately, the cold makes my nose run, so I don't think I can have one. Not without looking horrible the whole time, anyway. Ah, well- I'm still drooling over those snow queen accessories!

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