Winter. A time of year when the earth gets enveloped in chilly air and a sprinkling of white powdery snow. Many brides love the idea of getting married in winter,…
Written by Jess Worrall Last updated: November 3, 2016
Winter weddings offer high style at a lower cost. With snowy scenery perfect for beautiful wedding photographs, the frosty season is just around the corner. If you are looking for some winter wedding ideas, here are our tips on decorating venues, picking the right colour scheme and how to choose the right dress.
The colour scheme affects every aspect of your wedding so it has to be perfect for you. The common colours associated with winter weddings are crisp whites and icy-blues, both symbolising the frost of the season. These colours complement each other beautifully and are easily available, which means you can buy accessories, such as table decorations, in many different variations of the same colour.
If you want to go all out with your winter theme then there are plenty of options available that would be perfect for that kind of setting. Many venues are accepting of your requests in terms of the styling of the rooms, so if there are particular things you would like of your ceremony or function room they would be happy to assist.
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When having a wedding with a particular theme, it’s good to express this through your initial invitations to your guests. For example, your decided colour theme should be communicated somewhere in the invitations. It’s also nice to incorporate the theme and colours with all of your stationery (e.g. including sparkles of snowflakes).
The dress is one of the most important factors for the bride’s big day. Whether you choose to wear a traditional white bridal gown, or a coloured wedding dress with a winter wedding cape or fake fur stole, there is a beautiful range of dresses and accessories for a winter wonderland theme in Fashion.
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