Winter Themed Events

Our favorite Winter themed party ideas for throwing the perfect seasonal event.  Whether you are enjoying the sun and the sand in south Florida or up north cozy by the fireplace, winter season is here!

This beautiful season has inspired many of our event themes. Snowy mountain backdrops and glossy ice-like dance floors are just a couple of décor elements that made guests feel as if they were truly in a winter wonderland.

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A mountain backdrop helped to set the scene of a snowy day on a mountain

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The dance floor was wrapped to look like an ice skating rink

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Silver and white color palette.

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These ghost chairs picked up the blue tones from the up lighting helping to give off an icy look

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An ice sculpture – perfect for a winter themed party

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Ice bar with puffs of snow at the base.

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The place card table with a winter cabin feel complete with wood fire logs.

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A ski – perfect for a bar/ bat mitzvah sign in for guests.

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Guests sat under birchwood canopies with cascading white flowers. Santa Barbara Photography

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Ice sculpture cocktail table centerpieces. Credit: Santa Barbara Photography

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Don’t forget your warm beanie !






Wedding in Palm Beach at the Flagler Museum

The Flagler Museum in Palm Beach is the most breathtaking venue for a wedding. When the bride visited the museum she immediately knew this is where she was going to get married. Her nuptials took place at the Historic St. Ann  Catholic Church in West Palm Beach equally as beautiful situated a short distance from the Flagler Museum. The color palette of her wedding was ivory and blush with gold accents. Thank you to The Big Day Wedding Photography for the images which tell the story which began with the stunning engagement pictures.

Saint Ann Historic  Catholic Church in West Palm Beach .

They arrived at the Flagler Museum in Molly’s Trolleys.

Wedding dress was a combination of   lace and beading with beautiful back detail.

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The monogram from the invitation was on all printed materials for the wedding including the wedding cake.

The reception took place in the West Room in the Museum . Both round and royal tables with  an abundance of cream, blush and pink roses, tea roses and hydrangeas  surrounded by gold mercury candles.

All tables were names after the couples favorite destinations.

The cake was custom designed by the bride.

Handmade customized porcelain cake topper.

The bride and groom wanted their guests to have fun . Each place setting had a  note card with a different question that guests had to complete for their memory book.  On the backside of the menu card was a thank you note and 10 ” fun facts” about the couple .

The guests were served with cookies and milk and wedding cake in martini glasses with an assortment of toppings you could select to “dress the cake”.


Traditional Jewish Wedding at the Omni Resort in Championsgate, Orlando.

The Omni Resort in Championsgate, Orlando was the perfect venue for Claire and Nathan’s destination wedding. Fun, sun and celebrations starting with round of golf for the boys on one of their two Greg Norman Championship golf courses and ending with a fabulous reception.

For the  ceremonial Sabbath dinner we selected  shades of purple and pink with accents of gold as the color palette for our first celebration of the weekend. Lee Forest Design provided the flowers for all the celebrations.

The Happy Couple. Wedding Photography by Marc Harmon.

The brides dress from Boca Raton Bridal was designed by Jasmine Couture . The dress was  Taffeta with a full Rosette skirt. Her veil was made by Tia Mazza.

The celebrations began with the traditional ” Tish” and ” Bedeken“. Dancing and celebrations began as soon as the  groom had the “first look” at his beautiful bride.

The color palette for the ceremony and wedding reception flowers was ivory ,white and dusty pink . Gold belmont chargers , gold chivari chairs and Ivory fortuny linens were used to dress the table’s . The room was uplit was amber lighting. Lighting is really important when planning your wedding and often overlooked. Lighting brings the flowers to life and creates ambiance in the space .

The bride and groom monogram was used throughout the wedding.

The Sweet heart table had a cascading hedge of  flowers. I always like to accent the brides and grooms chairs. A tip , have your decorator move clusters from aisle decor after the ceremony and reuse on back of the chairs.

Cake designed by Ann Paz in Miami.

Thank you to the  catering director, Lindsay Kurtz at the Omni Championsgate . We were a great team and this makes for a great  “stress  free” celebration for everyone. Thank you so much to Claire for taking the time to give my company a ” thumbs up” .


A Grand Wedding Celebration at the Cruz Building in Coconut Grove – Miami.

The Cruz Building in Miami was the location for Jennifer and Matt’s Wedding. They  wanted an Extraordinary Venue for their Wedding that they had planned for so many years. Dare to be different- their vision was met with a romantic ceremony to a rooftop “celebration”. The Cruz building met all their needs.Thank you to Jeff Kolodny Photography for the beautiful images.


The decor for the reception was a palette of pinks , lilac and ivory flowers on a dragon wood arch .

After the ceremony and cocktails  the guests were escorted to the third floor rooftop  . This floor offered a grand reception space  with an adjoining rooftop patiowhere the guests danced the night away under the stars.The bride wanted the decor to be totally different and taking inspiration from the jewel tones from the stain glass in the room and welcoming the fall season, the color palette selected was bright orange, red and yellow with accents of gold.

The Sweetheart table .

The wedding cake was nothing short of  magnificent .

Dancing on the rooftop under the stars overlooking the hustle and bustle of Coconut Grove . Couches were placed for guests to relax and celebrate.

This bride did not want to miss a detail. Bride and Groom candy apples were waiting for each guest as they said their farewells.

The handsome couple!

Destination Wedding at the Boca Resort and Club in Boca Raton, Florida

If you are planning a destination wedding in South Florida, the Boca Resort and Club in Boca Raton , Florida is the perfect luxury venue for a magnificent wedding. The Cathedral Room overlooking the intercoastal waterway was the perfect ballroom space at the Boca resort for Kimberly and David’s dream wedding . The room was designed by Addison Mizner, the Resort’s founder and architect. It is truly grand with beautiful ceiling detail and gold-leafed pillars making for a truly romantic setting. A perfect option for couples looking for an interesting space as opposed to a standard ballroom within a luxury resort. Credit: Munoz Photography.

The brides dress was custom designed by Rene Ruiz , couture designer in Coral Gables, Miami . She carried a bouquet of white peonies. The bridesmaids carried  plum mini callas which perfectly complimented their dresses.

In contrast to the grand old world architecture in the room , a contemporary design was selected by the bride and groom. An acrylic canopy with a custom motif complimented with a hedge of hanging orchids was designed for the ceremony. The floor plan consisted of a combination of round and royal tables, acrylic chivari chairs and three different centerpieces.

The details ….

Note from the Kimberly and David …