For brides, the sky’s the limit when it comes to your winter wonderland wedding dress. You can choose from a variety of styles to match up with the season, but perhaps the best options include lace or satin.
Long sleeves on a fit and flare lace gown with subtle touches of embellishment is a romantic look.
You can add a natural wreath with holly and other winter blooms to your head and fasten a veil to it. If you prefer a more traditional look, you can go with a big satin ballgown with beautiful sparkling bling along the bodice and skirt.
Even just a little embellishment, such as on the neckline and at the hem, is a gorgeous way to dress the part for a winter wedding. Make sure your veil also has plenty of sparkle. Your centerpieces and other decorations should reflect the season as well.
Whether you are opting for a Christmas theme or just want to show off the look of winter, you will want to incorporate things that invoke the feel of the season.
Use natural touches of winter by adding pine cones, faux snow, red berries and plenty of white and green, in general.
If you prefer to have your wedding indoors because of the wintry cold temperatures, you can create an outdoor illusion in your indoor space by using a clear tent. You can throw around some fake snow, have planted fir trees in your ceremony space, set up a canopy and hang lush, green plants overhead as well. However, you can have your ceremony outdoors if you prefer using a natural wintry backdrop.
Just make sure to dress the part by adding an elegant but warm cape, sweater or jacket if you’re the bride. You can also provide your guests with blankets so they can stay warm while you exchange vows.