Winter weddings are becoming more popular and can be so much fun! Sometimes nature will even leave a blanket of snow to give you a wonderful backdrop for your pictures. Check out these trends for this winter wedding season and find some inspiration for your nippy nuptials.
Nature continues to be a big theme for the year with couples including elements such as pine cones, berries, and evergreen wreaths, while soft candle light, and sparkling twinkle lights make ceremonies and receptions cozy and comfortable.
Beautiful long sleeve gowns are remaining in the picture for winter weddings, for obvious reasons, but some brides are still choosing to go strapless, or off the shoulder. To get some extra warmth, brides and bridesmaids alike are donning plush wraps, wool shrugs and boleros. Flannel is also a big hit! To keep their tootsies warm, brides are sporting lace shooties, fur-lined heels and flats, and even the occasional snow boot down the aisle.
Ceremony and Reception
Get ready for a unique seating arrangement during the ceremony! Circular seating allows everyone in the room to keep their eyes on the bride and groom, and will make for some great pictures from all angles.
Hot chocolate bars are keeping guests warm and toasty, and there are a lot of fun twists you can put on this old classic!
Donut walls are the newest thing to the wedding world, but many couples are choosing these over cakes! What better place to incorporate your donut wall than at your send-off brunch!
Winter weddings also normally hold the added bonus of a smaller price tag, just don't forget to have blankets or heaters for your guests if you decide to do your wedding outdoors!
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