You know what all of your 153 guests need? The chance to be transported from the bleak midwinter to a mesmerizing winter wonderland, that’s what. And while, sure, an open bar doesn’t hurt, either, we’ve found 11 ways to make the cold-weather charm give your guests the shivers.

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White Flowering Branches

You don’t need to bring in the entire enchanted forest, just some strategically placed branches (and candles, galore).

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Greenery and String Lights

The holiday season may be over, but string lights are forever. (If you want to recycle more of your Christmas decorations, use them thoughtfully.)

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A Giant Wreath Backdrop

Another element carried over from the holidays, but this time it looks totally different when it’s ten times the size—and has a cool, minimalist vibe.

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Fairy Lights in a Jar

Because a winter wonderland needs some magic, right?

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Messy Braids with Delicate Hair Pieces

And it needs its Ice Queen.

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Sparkly Bridesmaids in Faux Fur

There’s power in numbers: What your 'maids wear can elevate the whole room—especially with something that twinkles.

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Flower Girls in Faux Fur

Everything’s cuter in miniature form.

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A Hot Chocolate Bar

So your guests can get extra cozy.

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His & Her Wool Blankets

The one thing you’ll most definitely use after the wedding.

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Blanket Favors

OK, let your guests in on the hygge, too.

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A Gorgeous Snowfall Exit

Don’t leave anything to chance. Get yourself a snow machine.

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