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A winter wedding can be so romantic and beautiful, but also very tricky. Especially in the month of December. After all, your client’s December wedding is in competition with the fabulous holiday parties that seem to take place nearly every weekend of the month. With all of these festivities, how do you make your event stand out? Read on for some winter wedding ideas.
Don’t overdo it
It’s always tempting to go overboard at this time of year with the holiday theme. Reds and greens, holly and poinsettias are certainly beautiful, but are a bit overdone during December. What’s more, they might make your event seem more like a shopping mall than a classy affair. Instead, choose a more unique winter palette, like silver and blue, or plum and white.
Wedding dresses are not always weather-friendly. Strapless, backless, and sleeveless garments are stunning, but not always appropriate for the cold. After all, goose bumps don’t make very nice accessories. Thankfully, sleeved wedding dresses have been making a big comeback, so it’s now a lot easier (and trendier) for brides to cover up. If your bride still wants to go sleeveless, a classic faux-fur stole or cape is the perfect way to keep warm during chilly outdoor photo sessions.
Light up the night
At a time of year when fresh flowers are scarce (and expensive!), a creative planner can come up with some creative decor. Nothing says warmth and romance better than candles, so don’t be afraid to put them everywhere! In lieu of flowers, winter arrangements made from branches, evergreen, and pinecones really capture the simplicity of the season, while still keeping the budget low.
Root vegetables are all the rage in the winter months. Delicious, hearty, and comforting, they make the perfect soup or side vegetable for your guests. What better way to warm up? When it comes to winter treats, s’mores have been growing in popularity at weddings this season, so why not enjoy this fun and yummy trend as well?
On the beverage side, this time of year really lets you offer some interesting drink options. Mulled wines and ciders are always a hit. And don’t be afraid to go on the sweet side with hot chocolate and egg nog. Come to think of it, the best part of winter weddings may just be the food!