7 Unique Ways to Use Pinecones at Your Winter Wedding

December 18, 2015 at 3:54 pm (Uncategorized)

7 Unique Ways to Use Pinecones

Looking for an affordable yet elegant way to bring a touch of the outdoors inside for your winter wedding? Look no further than the pinecone! These little guys can be used to help you spruce (pun absolutely intended) up everything from your tables and chairs to your bouquets and even your cake! Take a look below at seven of our favorite ideas:

Guest Gifts


These fire starter pinecones are a cute and memorable way to say “thanks” to the people who came to celebrate you on your big day. And, you can easily make them yourself with this handy tutorial or buy them.

Bouquet and Boutonnière


Looking for a truly unique option for your bouquet and/or boutonnières? A mix of pinecones and delicate frosted stems or succulents are a beautiful choice for your winter wedding. We recommend something a little softer for the bouquet toss, though!

Cake and Cake Topper


Pinecones make for an excellent minimalist cake decorations and toppers. Consider adding doll accessories to your pinecone cake toppers for a new take on the traditional bride and groom!

Table Assignments


Using pinecones as holders for table assignments is not necessarily a new idea, but you can make it uniquely yours with a few simple touches. Consider adding a glittery silver tablecloth underneath, or add holly and sleigh bells to the table to give it extra pop!



A ring shot is a must-have for any wedding photo album, and pinecones make are a natural holder for you and your spouse’s rings!

Ceremony Decor

Ceremony Decorations

Flowers are a timeless way to dress up the seating at your ceremony site, but for your winter wedding, swap out the flowers for wreaths, and dress them up with pinecone accents and tartan ribbons.

Kissing Balls

Kissing Ball

Kissing balls can be used in so many ways from bouquets for the bridesmaids to decorations at the reception. Plus, they are another great DIY option that’s easy on your budget!


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