Chances are if you’re having a winter wedding, you’ve already considered a lot of the following. However, in the event that you haven’t, we’re here to save the day! Here are some things to consider when planning your winter wedding.
Reds and greens are an accurate representation of the season, but metallics, burgundy, and navy are also popular colours in 2015. Silver and navy accents can add some serious glamour to your wedding!
While roses, calla lilies and amaryllis are typical winter wedding flowers, fuller flowers such as white hydrangeas also make for gorgeous bouquets.
Because winter weddings are most often held indoors, they tend to be a bit more formal, therefore calling for more formal invitations. A heavy cardstock with hand calligraphy is a great way to convey the black-tie event.
Want to heighten the drama beyond a glowing candle? Ice-carved vases with branches and hanging crystals is a great way to add interest and romance to every table.
A classical pianist, a capella quartet, or a cellist are all great examples of unique wedding reception music selections.
Warm comforting drinks are welcomed during a winter wedding cocktail hour. Hot chocolate and warm apple cider, white hot chocolate and eggnog are all beverages to consider.
A cake trimmed in navy ribbon or topped with roses is beautiful, but why not push the envelope and encourage your baker to incorporate some intricate fondant designs like snowflakes, lace, and edible silver powder?