The holidays are a special time of year because families have the opportunity to see one another. The ability to travel and have your loved ones in one location makes the holiday season a great time to host a wedding. Many brides are also opting to do destination weddings over the holidays. Be sure and check out some of these ideas for your own winter wedding!Winter Locations: Colorado is an amazing location for a winter wedding. Carine is so excited to go to her cousin Rose’s wedding in Colorado over the holidays! Snow board anyone??? Brides on skis? A ski lodge reception or a bride and groom on skis would be beautiful for wedding photos.(Image Credit: Martha Stewart Weddings)
Think Modern Flowers and Decor, Not Christmas Tree Red and Green: This bouquet is chic and modern. Unlike many winter bouquets it doesn’t scream holiday–but rather this flower arrangement conveys a winter theme in a subtle way.
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Log Name Card Holders: If you love rustic weddings, this place card holder is for you. The use of logs is fresh and new compared to the over use of pine cones in winter wedding decor. Photo credit: Martha Stewart Weddings
Beautiful Winter Wedding Gowns:
Sleeves Can Be Cool: Long sleeves don’t have to be hot and uncomfortable. Gone are the days of your granny’s bridal sleeves. Long sleeves are fun because sleeves create interest. Marchesa B50801 exemplifies the use of long sleeves in a very creative manner. This dress has sheer illusion sleeves with embroidery. It would be gorgeous for a winter wedding because the silver details and sleeves add the perfect winter touch.
What are you doing for your winter wedding?? Please share your ideas with us!