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Winter Wedding Dos and Don’ts

Winter Wedding Dos and Don’ts

Weddings are no longer a summer affair anymore. With more and more brides opting for off season weddings, winter weddings are becoming the new trend in town. Not only are they on the budget friendly side, but winter weddings bring out the magical romantic side in just about everyone. Now with temperatures dropping and wedding bells ringing, we give you our list of Dos and Don’ts for a fabulous winter wedding. So, get ready to celebrate you winter marriage with whole lot of holiday style and a whole less stress!



Do Create a Cozy Reception...

Since its going to get chilly out there, you don’t need your guests freezing especially, if it’s an outdoor setup. Make the most of the climate to create a super cozy setup by making sure you provide blankets and outdoor heaters. Lit your space with candles as the sun sets down, bringing out a romantic, warm and cozy glow to the entire venue.

Do think about timings

We all know it gets dark super-fast in winters, so before you begin your celebration don’t forget to step out and take picturesque photo which will last you a lifetime.

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DON’T be afraid to Shine

Just because you are surrounded by glitz and glam and its festive season, is no excuse for you to not opt for a gown with no sparkle at all. Sometimes all you need is a crystal brooch to spark up the bridal glow.


Do make the most of the holiday theme:

If the colors of the season red, green and gold is getting a bit too festive for you, then try subtle incorporation of pine cones, frosted leaves as centre pieces.

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DON’T forget the mistletoe:

Try to sprinkle some mistletoe all around your venue. It will lead to some magical candid pictures and promote romance throughout the wedding ceremony.


DO experiment with colors for bridesmaids:

Instead of the usual pastel route switch your route to rich colours when it comes to bridesmaid dresses. Nothing stands out like these deep rich bridesmaid’s dresses against the white snow clad backdrop


Don’t forget the comfort food:

Cold weather is the perfect excuse for cold, fatty, rich comfort food. Trust us, wedding guests will be thanking you later for incorporating it in your menu. Whose asking you to skip the champagne, but no one’s stopping you from serving your guests some hot coca with whipped cream to keep them nice and warm. Sounds delicious, doesn’t it?


DON’T think bare feet or cold shoulders!

Don’t let your bridal party freeze. With the temperature dropping by the second, the last thing you need is for your feet to go numb or you freezing to death. Make sure you and your besties have cozy cover ups ready to keep you warm throughout. And just in case you decide to step out in the snow for some beautiful pics, keep your snow boot ammunition ready.


Do choose seasonal blooms.

Don’t opt for florals which are not seasons. Getting your favorite blooms will cost you a bomb. Instead, opt forwinter blossoms such as cyclamen, irises, winter jasmine, carnations, freesias, lilies, roses etc. We are sure your bridesmaids will love them.

Do spread the joy of Christmas:

What better way to do, that than decorate your table with miniature gingerbread houses? Not only are they perfect as mini treats for your guests, but also are sweet treat to the eyes.