Can you believe winter is just around the corner? Since the Holiday season is quickly approaching, here are some Christmas wedding tips and trends we love.
We love seeing pine cones and berries added to Bouquets and centerpieces to add some festive flair. Attaching the tips of evergreen branches to a place card will add a subtle seasonal note. For more of a statement, place an evergreen garland along a mantle or your head table. Also, don't forget your cake! Adorn it with berries, little wooden branches, and pine cones.
A Little Sparkle
Adding some sparkle or shimmer to your decor will create a truly magical feel. Glamorize your guest tables with sequined tablecloths, or consider hanging twinkling lights throughout your reception space.
Flower & Berry Crowns
Flower crowns have been a hit for a while now. Include a few berries and your flower crown will be winter ready!
Long Sleeve Wedding Dresses
Full or 3/4 sleeve wedding dresses are always a favourite during the holiday season. Not only will it keep you just a little warmer, you'll also look incredibly elegant and stylish.
Warm & Cozy Shoes and Accessories
Glittering winter scenery is perfect for creating gorgeous wedding photography. That being said, standing out in the snow in a dress can get pretty chilly. Fur or knitted wraps look adorable in wedding photos, and you'll be so thankful for the extra layer. We've also seen bridal parties slipping into mittens, scarves, and even Sorels or Uggs during their photo session. Although a bridal gown and long bridesmaid dresses will likely hide them, some couple's are fully embracing the look and enjoy showing them off in a few playful photos.
If you've got a Christmas song in your heart, then why not incorporate it in your wedding? One excellent way to do this is to include Christmas music in your dinner playlist. One of our favourites for 2016 is the new Pentatonix Album "That's Christmas to Me".
Hot Chocolate And Coffee Stations
Your guests will love this one! There are few things that hit the spot more than a hot cuppa on a frosty winter day.