Winter Wedding Ideas

winter weddingFact: A winter wedding is often easier to plan than a summer wedding basically due to the security of the climate. Winter will always be snowy and will stay like that for a long time unlike summer when downpour is totally unexpected to come and make all your plans streaming down with water.

More to the fact that winter weddings are prone to create a cozy, elegant atmosphere. Wedding themes usually uproots from the images of ice, snow, snowflakes, ornaments, lanterns, fireplaces, ice sculptures, ginger breads, holiday decorations, and holiday treats.

Weddings scheduled in winter is also cheaper than weddings scheduled on the most popular wedding months (June and July) where venues were already reserved quickly. These venues, which don’t have much booking on winters, will end up letting you pay lesser.

Look for out-of-season discounts on transport, honeymoons and accommodation. Ask for discounts on block bookings for guests’ accommodation.

Here are great tips if you are wishing to say "I Do" in winter wonderland:

Get married on a Christmas or New Years Eve. This winter wedding idea will definitely become a family affair and the highlight of the season.

Winter wedding decorations isn’t a big problem after all because many places that hold events go all out for their Christmas decorations so you don’t have to. Just check their theme or colors and add a few touches of your own.

Look hot in winter! Be creative with your headpiece. You can use a fur hat instead of head-dress and veil. You can also put add-ons into the traditional head-dress by customizing it with flowers and berries or any pieces that will make it veer away from the same old look. The trick here is don’t limit yourself with possibilities.

Keep costs down by choosing seasonal flowers such as roses, lilies, daisies, magnolias and poinsettias. You can also use winter accents such as pine cones, eucalyptus, holly and evergreen branches.     

Invitations can be made with traditional winter colors (silver and white) and can be shaped into crystals.

Fireplaces and candles aren’t just mere decorations but are there to warm up everyone aside that it releases the romantic mood of the holiday and wedding.

Adding up ice sculptures bring the magic of winter season in the reception dinner

Possible menu choices: ham and turkey for dinner. Chocolate fondue, ginger breads, candy cane, marshmallows, and mint candy for dessert; hot chocolate and sparkling wine for beverage.

 
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