5 Great Winter Wedding Tips
If you’re looking for winter wedding tips, then you’ve come to the right place. Everyone needs a little bit of inspiration when they are trying to plan their winter theme wedding, it’s just natural.
Even the most professional designers start their work by trying to find inspiration and thinking of creative ways to decorate a wedding.
With so many different things coming at you, however, you might be mistaken into thinking that you have to do everything that you find. That’s not the case, you should only try to take one or two things directly from the advice you get, and then simply get inspiration from the rest.
This will keep your wedding very unique, because it can be very tempting just to copy what everyone else is doing. Let’s have a look at just a few ways you can make your winter wedding décor sing:
1. Use Snowflakes As A Motif
Everyone loves snow in the winter (most people do anyway) and there is nothing more beautiful than a crystal snowflake, or even just high quality snowflake decorations scattered around.
2. Winter wonderland
If you’re going for a truly winter themed wedding, you’re going to want to mainly focus on white and other colors close to it, to create a beautiful winter wonderland setting. Use reds to accentuate your theme and make sure you use different shades of white to add a bit of character.
Tulips and daffodils are particularly popular for winter weddings, so is amaryllis. These flowers are perfectly suited to a winter wedding and will really make your decorations stand out.
In terms of winter wedding tips, this is one that you should really remember – use the colored flowers as highlights rather than full displays. For example, your bouquet might be predominantly white, with some flashes of red to add color, but it should never be the other way round for a winter theme wedding.
Prepare for the weather, and remember that if you plan for the worst then you’ll be much better off when it comes to the day. Make sure that there are umbrellas on stand by for keeping the guests warm, but you’ll also want to make sure you don’t rely too much on the weather being dry for your decorations.
5.Pick a Sub-Theme
Some people might not be too interested in just having a pure winter theme wedding, and that’s understandable. Many people go for a Christmas theme, or even a Valentine’s Day theme, which gives you plenty of scope for extra creativity.
Hopefully these winter wedding tips will help you plan the most important day of your life. They should be able to give you a bit of inspiration, and some food for thought. Whether they are ideas for decorations, or things that you need to be aware of during the planning stages, every little helps.
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