With These Tips, Your Winter Wedding Can Be Extra Special!
If you are getting married this winter, you don't have to worry about the wedding decor, the budget, or even the weather. When it comes to planning a winter wedding, all you have to do is read these amazing wedding tips that we have hand-picked for you, which will give your wedding the warmth and romance that you’re dreaming about.
The majority of wedding dresses are sleeveless, but this design is not suitable for the winter weather and the harsh cold, especially if your wedding pictures are going to be taken in the open air. Therefore, your wedding dress should be accompanied by a cape over it or a white coat to mitigate the cold weather. As for the groom, he should wear a velvet blazer and scarf to protect him from catching a cold.
While your wedding day is all about you and the groom, it is necessary to take care of the bridesmaids and make sure that the designs of their dresses are convenient for this cold weather. If they’re going to wear long dresses, they can wear thick thighs…and so can you!
Although winter is not the most preferred season for reviving wedding parties, it is an awesome opportunity to choose some warm venues, such as old palaces or private clubs. You can also choose a luxurious house that is distinguished by its old heritage decor. You should also pay attention to the date of the wedding celebration and check the weather a few months or weeks before the scheduled day.
You should care a great deal about adding some special, warm winter foods and drinks to the buffet, such as soups of all kinds, hot chocolate, and tea. This will not only make your guests feel warm, but will also show a sign of how considerable and thoughtful you are.
Make sure that the hall is decorated with some flowers that only blossom in wintertime, including colored tulips and white flowers. These flowers give special romantic vibes to a winter wedding.
When it comes to decorating the tables, try to add candles, as they add an intimate atmosphere that we love in the winter season and add an unparalleled romantic touch!
Winter Wedding Colors
Decorate your wedding venue with warm, rich tones of burgundy, berry red, black, and gold. For some extra wintry romance, add lots of natural greenery and seasonal cake toppers like a figurine of Snow Man or Santa Clause if your wedding is around Christmas.