With the cold weather here, we’re getting inspired by all the gorgeous winter weddings we’re seeing. Winter weddings are some of the most beautiful, but as with all weddings, there’s a few special details you’ll need to pay attention to to ensure the entire day is seamless.
Accessorize for the Weather
When planning your wedding day look, it’s important to keep in mind that the weather changes what you wear, especially if you fell in love with a strapless wedding dress. The great thing about this? You can find bold, statement pieces for winter weddings, from boots to fur wraps and even gloves. Style your wedding dress for the weather!
Keep Guests Warm
A key part of planning a winter wedding is ensuring guests are comfortable—the last thing you want is guests leaving the wedding only thinking about how cold they were! Depending on whether your indoors or outdoors (or both!), you’ll want to set out hand warmers and blankets so that guests can stay warm while celebrating with you.
Consider the Timing
Days are shorter in winter, so it’s important to keep this in mind while planning, especially if you’re getting married outdoors. You don’t want to plan a sunset wedding and realize when you’re heading down the aisle you’ve accidentally planned a romantic evening wedding (although frankly, tough to go wrong with those two options).
If you’re planning and still looking for a wedding dress, book an appointment and come visit us at Bridal Garden.