Getting married in winter is terribly glamorous, magical and cinematic.
With the right elements, ideas and tips, your winter wedding will become fantastic.
The clean, crisp air, radiant snow and holiday mood all combine to make the winter a wonderful season for wedding.
Here are some creative ideas and tips to plan a spectacular winter wedding:
Selecting the right theme:
Selecting the right wedding theme makes it easier to plan your winter wedding.
After selecting the right theme, it is very easy to choose the colors and organizing everything from your attire to the decorations.
The most popular examples of winter wedding themes include: Christmas, winter wonderland and snowflakes.
- For Christmas themed wedding, select red and green colors.
- For winter wonderland theme, you can go for frosty shades of silver and white or you can also select deep jewel tones like ruby, sapphire or emerald.
- For a snowflake wedding theme, select plenty of crystal snowflakes.
Selecting the winter wedding outfit:
You can wear a stunning white fur stole or cape in your winter wedding. You can also try for a frosty white cashmere cape decorated above your shoulders. To imitate the radiant look of snow, wear a silver or platinum jewelry and decorate your hair with a beautiful tiara.
Wear a diamond pendant shaped similar to a snowflake for a right and dazzling accent to your wedding gown. You can wear any style depending on how your gown looks. Always, pure white is a wonderful color for your bridal gown, particularly during the winter months.
Winter wedding location:
You will find various places where you can celebrate your winter wedding. A very traditional choice for winter wedding is “church”. A banquet hall, country inn, or even your family member’s house or your friend’s house can also look nice. If you want a magical and romantic experience, celebrate the occasion in a horse drawn carriage.
Winter wedding decorations:
The wedding decorations you are going to choose must complement with your theme and color scheme. If you want to decorate with balloons, then place bunches of green and red balloons or silver and blue ones.
If your wedding is in a church, then decorate with a fabric along the pews. Try fabrics of two different types, they must be in contrast or coordinating shades, for instance, red and green, silver and navy or all white.
If you are searching for a beautiful centerpiece, you can keep beautiful snow globes, small evergreen trees, or candles surrounding with floral wreaths.
Winter wedding favors:
Planning for wedding favors is a great way to convey thanks to the guests and presenting them a memorable memento of your ceremony. For example, wrap the candles in a bundle of colorful tulle tied with a satin ribbon or a disposable camera to capture their own photos.
Pockets of tea, cocoa or cider are always a great idea for winter wedding favors.
Winter wedding invitations:
Indoors are great places for winter weddings, so formal invitations are good. When you choose the invitations, make sure that they match with the color scheme. Ensure that the wordings in the invitation are correct and clear details are given regarding the venue, time and dress code.
The more you are able to plan your winter wedding punctually and efficiently, the easier everything will be. You must be specific regarding everything so that everything will be perfect.