12 Chic Ways to Create a Warm & Cozy Winter Wedding
2020 wedding trends,  winter wedding ideas,  Winter Weddings
Although weddings are most popular in warm spring and summer, winter wedding still can be utterly magical and romantic too.When carried out correctly, a winter wedding can impart a warm sense of togetherness among guests, provide fabulous, snowy photo ops and furnish an enchanting atmosphere. If you’re having a winter wedding, it’s important to consider the comfort of your guests throughout the event. Read on for 12 of the sweetest ideas to keep guests warm on your big day.
1.Light Up Your Aisle to Make an Enchanting Atmosphere
Create a feeling of intimacy with candle-lit aisle led to a stunning floral chuppah made up of roses, hydrangeas, garden roses, and white cherry blossoms.
2. Decorate Your Venue With Twinkle Lights &Candles
A perfect way to encapsulate the feeling of being warm and cozy is to add candles or twinkle lights to wedding venue for your guests. Consider dangling them from the ceiling, incorporating them into the tablescape décor, or stringing them into a majestic canopy at the reception. From selecting an alternative venue to seating everyone at one long table for a family-style dinner, it’s the details that create a feeling of intimacy.
3. Add Seasonal Elements Such as Pine Cones for a Touch of Whimsy
Things such as ornaments, berries, pine cones, logs, and white birch branches will make a gorgeous, wintery statement in your decor. You can DIY glistening snow-covered pine cones or opt for a more natural look by incorporating them into a garland runner.
There are many variants for winter wedding invitations. The comeout of your wedding inviation finally depends on your wedding theme.
5. Simple Rustic Wedding Centerpieces
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6.Dress Your Bridal Party with Accessories
Winter-style dresses and glamorous accessories are the perfect excuses to have a winter wedding. From beautiful boleros to fabulous furs, there is an endless amount of accessories you can add to your winter wedding dress. we espeically love this faux fur coat idea that will keep your gals warm while you take those magical photos on the slopes.
7. Warm Attires for Groom
For groomsmen, there’s no limit to where you can take their winter wedding ensemble. Trade the suit jackets for nice warm sweaters or cardigans. You can even experiment with sweater vests, scarves, and heavy wool jackets.
8.Provide Your Guests with Blankets
Guests will love to curl up under soft, fluffy blankets and watch you say your vows, and then take the blankets home as a wedding favor. They’ll add texture and softness to your wedding décor design, too.
9.Hot Food and Beverage Stations
Remember – warm guests are happy guests! One very satisfying way to keep your guests warm and toasty during your wedding is to add one or more hot food and beverage stations. From the cocktail hour to the reception, serve foods that will warm your guests tummies! Soups, meats, and potatoes, are great staples for the sit down meal, while hot cocoa bars, s’mores bars, hot totties, and ruled ciders are great desert options.
10.Cozy Winter-Inspired Wedding Favors
Give your guests personalized wedding favors that’ll truly remind them of your special day. Think about gifting your guests with items they can use over and over again, like a ceramic mug or Frasier fir-scented candle. Or, if you’re into edible favors, food is always a good call. You can also thank your guests for coming with DIY hot cocoa cones, candy canes, or mulling spices!
11.Choose a Seasonal Wedding Cake
Just as pumpkin spice is synonymous with fall, there’s no shortage of seasonal cake flavors to take into consideration for your winter nuptials.
What better way to warm up than getting the party started! As soon as your guests hit the dance floor, they’ll be wanting to cool down.