Winter Wedding Ideas You Will Really Love
While other soon to be married couples prefer to get married in summer when it is warm and sunny, others want a bit more of a sombre but intimate gathering that would be made possible through a winter wedding.
In more ways than one, winter nuptial has a very nice ring to it. You can just imagine being huddled with all your guests in a quaint venue that is kept warm by a massive fire place and the love of everyone who came to celebrate your union.
Here are some winter wedding ideas that would help you plan the most important day of your life and make sure that it would be more memorable than you had ever thought it would be.
Normally, people would assume that weddings during the dead of winter can only mean horrific looking parkas and mismatch thermal accessories. On the contrary, you can actually have really great looking wedding attire for the whole entourage by putting more focus on the fabric to be used rather than the design. Certainly, there is a lot of room for creativity but more importantly, the principal as well as secondary sponsors should feel comfortable throughout the ceremony.
Wedding dresses for winter are mostly flounces of silk as well as layers of soft fabric that would keep the bride warm and comfortable the entire time.
There is no law that prohibits outdoor winter weddings. However, it would be less of a hassle planning one that will be held indoors because the element of weather is one less thing to be worried about.
You might want to rent a hall that is well lit, preferably with a lot of hanging chandeliers. This would give out a warming effect that is much needed considering the season. Keep in mind that you have to reserve the venue at least six months ahead of time or perhaps even sooner. The best places are always booked solid year round.
Good food and music are musts. If you want the reception to be more fun than formal, you should opt for a swing band to play rather than a string quartet. They cost less and people will be able to groove more as opposed to sway.
The menu should include food that is interesting and not too common. Avoid serving dishes that are too exotic though so as to avoid culinary mishaps. You might want to load up on the booze because alcohol certainly keeps people warm and feeling fuzzy.
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