There’s something magical about winter weddings as they say it’s the best time to get married. Well, why not, after all they are all cozy, intimate and romantic! And, while summer and spring weddings are equally beautiful, it’s the time when you don’t have to worry about ruining your makeup or hairstyle with sweat. However, planning a winter wedding is a little tedious as it may bring out issues that you wouldn’t need to think about while planning a summer wedding. With the change in seasons comes a whole new challenge of wedding planning but fret not, we have got you covered!
These winter wedding planning tips will help you make your D-Day memorable for everyone!
1. Choose The Venue Wisely
Day weddings are suggested during the winter season as it bounds to get colder at night which might not be comfortable for you and your guests. Also, choose indoor venues as outdoor venues demand extra cost with heaters fixed for everyone to keep themselves warm. You can also light up your venue with lots of fairy lights which will not only look surreal but will keep the venue cozy too.
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2. Book Wedding Vendors Well In Advance
As we all are aware of the fact that the winter season is the peak time of getting married, hence you should book all the wedding vendors timely to avoid last minute troubles. It is also advised to book your preferred venues and hotels timely before it gets booked and the prices are hiked.
3. Keep Your Guests Cozy And Warm
Most important thing in winter weddings is to keep yourself and your guests warm. While your wedding rituals are on, keep your guests warm by serving hot chocolate, kulhad tea and other hot beverages.Give blankets to guests so that they can snuggle up and enjoy your wedding rituals. It will be great if you could personalise the blankets with your fiance’s and your initials.
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4. Choose Winter Fabrics For Your Wedding Lehenga
You can never go wrong with velvet and silk fabrics as they will help you in keeping warm and cozy. Velvet or silk lehengas will not only protect you from the cold weather but will also give you a rich and royal look.
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5. Invest In Winter Accessories
To save yourself from those chilly winds, make sure you style up your wedding outfit with fur stole, cape, gloves, or a jacket.
6. Tights Under Your Wedding Lehenga
Wear thick tights under your wedding lehenga to protect yourself from the cold winter winds.
7. Have A Winter Friendly Food Menu
We all know that food is an important aspect of weddings and winter weddings demand extra attention. During this chilly season, hot food can calm your guests. Make sure you include soups in starters and hot desserts like gulab jamun, gajar ka halwa and lava cake. P.S. don’t forget adding barbeque stations which are always a treat for the guests.
8. Keep The Venue Cozy
Don’t forget to put standing heaters around the venue. Also, it would be great if you can include candles in your wedding decor. Candles will not only keep the venue warm but will also jazz up the wedding decor significantly.
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9. Give Enough Notice To Your Guests
As it is the wedding season, people will have commitments and it is recommended sending save the date cards as early as possible so that your guests can make bookings and plan accordingly.
10. Keep Your Skin Hydrated
Your hair will be at their best, thanks to winter season but you might wanna take care of that dried skin. Use lots of moisturiser to keep your skin hydrated for the perfect bridal glow.
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11. Go For Floral Wedding Decor
Flowers make the best part for winter wedding decorations. Use as flowers as you can in your wedding decor as they remain fresh for a longer period of time. Remember not to overdo it.
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Now you know what to keep in mind while planning your winter wedding, so get started already and get ready to rock your D-Day like a boss!
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