The winter season is really not the season most couples plan on getting married. A winter wedding can be very romantic , chilly and lovely but there are challenges that goes with it.
You don’t have to feel unsecured planning a winter wedding. Here are tips and tricks to planning a successful winter wedding.
1. You Don’t Have To Be All-White
You don’t have to dress all white for your winter wedding. You can incorporate palettes of colours into your wedding.
Since the weather will be really cold, you should consider wearing a long sleeve wedding dress. Also, invest more on winter accessories to keep yourself warm.
2. You Will Save A Lot On The Wedding Vendors
The winter season is not the ideal period that most couples choose to get married. This means that you can get major discounts, get a exquisite and affordable venue and get discounts on transportation, the DJ/Band, videographer and photographer.
3. Prepare For a Beauty Treatment
The winter season comes with chapped lips and dry skin. Since you wouldn’t want to look sick on her big day, have a beauty treatment to keep your lips and skin moisturized.
4. Be Prepared For The Worst Case Scenario
Winter comes with unpredictable weather conditions and your wedding guests may not be able to grace your event if a blizzard happens.
You may consider a wedding insurance to protect you from losing huge sum of money. This means that you can hire new vendors for your new date without paying extra.
4. Be Prepared For Declines
Know that some elderly and out-of-town wedding guests may decline your wedding invitation. This is due to the weather conditions , extra travel and more money spent.
Your wedding guests might also be late due to the winter storms, causing bad traffic. Be prepared to tie the knots even though your guests are being delayed.
5. Consider Keeping The Guests Warm
Your guests should be kept warm upon arrival to your venue. You may consider renting space heaters and offering hot drinks to keep them warm.
6. Consider Having a Single Venue
You should plan on having your wedding ceremony and reception at the same venue in case of bad weather. This will make transportation simpler and easier.
7. The Wedding Favors
In a period of winter, choose wintry favors for the wedding guests such as cookies, blankets, pashminas etc.
8. Have a Back Up For The Wedding Shoe
You wouldn’t want to ruin your heels by sinking into the mud or snow in your wedding shoe. Have a shoe option in case of emergency.
A stylish shoe option can be the wearing of boots, mostly if it rains.
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