Are you planning to tie the knot with your soulmate soon? Perhaps you are a wedding party member for a beloved friend or family member. No matter what your role, these fantastic winter wedding ideas will jump start your brainstorming activities and help you to create a memorable event for all!
The weather during the winter can be quite lovely, though some areas are prone to treacherous conditions at least part of the time. You will need to consider the climate in the planned city before diving too far into the set up. If you choose to host any or all of the event outdoors, you need to live in an area where severe winter storms are incredibly rare.
However, the proper tents and party accessories can make your outdoor wedding quite spectacular. Speak to a representative from your favorite party supply vendor to discuss the set-ups most appropriate for the venue and time of year.
Do the families have strong spiritual or religious convictions that are celebrated at the end of the year? Could elements of faith and the seasonal celebration be incorporated into the wedding? Traditional holiday colors are an easy choice that can even be used by non-religious couples.
In most places, snow and frigid temperatures are part of the winter experience. You can utilize snowflakes, faux snow and related decorations to emphasize the seasonal theme. Instead of floral centerpieces, find an ice scuplture artist who can provide you with a breathtaking alternative.
A white and blue wedding can be traditional, modern or in-between. If you love the colors but don’t want to wear a white dress, find or have a royal blue gown made for the event. Silver makes for wonderful metallic accents.
If you do not already have a wedding set chosen, you could opt for white gold to match the theme. Alternatively, silver is quite lovely and more affordable for those on a budget. Tungsten would also provide the right metallic glint as a long-lasting option with growing popularity.
Instead of the newly wed couple being whisked away in a stretch limo, why not rent a horse-drawn sleigh or carriage. This is a lovely, old-fashioned romantic touch that is sure to please any bride!
For the outdoors, the women and girls in the wedding party should have wraps or capes that coordinate with their dresses. The bride herself could warm up in a rented white fur coat, perfect to distinguish her as the lucky gal.
The men in the wedding party might also need rental coats for the event. If you will be outdoors much, these guys could get cold. You don’t want them tossing their favorite hunting jacket over the tux to warm up!
You can plan a wonderful event, starting with these winter wedding ideas. Celebrate the colors and beliefs of the season and plan for the comfort of all. If you do, you will have a fantastic start to your event organization.