Warm Up Your Winter Wedding With These Clever Tips

Though spring, summer, and autumn are the most popular wedding seasons, there is something truly whimsical about getting married in the middle of winter - especially during the holidays. In addition to a unique sense of wonder and magic, couples planning winter weddings frequently get to enjoy discounted rates and greater ease reserving venues and booking vendors.


While the advantages are hard to pass up, brides often shy away from planning winter weddings because of a single challenging question that often presents. You've probably already guessed what it is - how will you keep yourself, your bridal party, and your guests warm at at the wedding? Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is here to help.

5 Clever Ways To Warm Up Your Winter Wedding

1. Hand Out Warm Wedding Favors
It is entirely up to you to decide what favors you would like to offer your wedding guests. If you are planning a winter wedding, you can opt for gifts that will help your guests stay warm on your special day. Gloves, scarves, and personalized blankets are all examples of unique favor ideas that your guests can use to keep warm while you say "I do."

2. Offer A Hot Cocoa Bar
When it comes to the types of food and drink you will offer at your receptions, the sky truly is the limit. One fun option is to provide a hot chocolate bar so your guests can warm up with a tasty treat. Offer all the fixings so your guests can customize their cocoa just the way they like it - marshmallows, whipped cream, cinnamon, nutmeg, etc. You can also offer other hot drinks, like spiced apple cider and lattes.

3. Wear Warm Accessories
If you're worried about being cold in your wedding dress, don't be afraid to accessorize with an adorable scarf, shawl, or wrap. You can find warm accessories that will blend into your overall wedding attire, or you can choose bright colors that will accent your bridesmaids' dresses. Wearing long white gloves is another elegant way to keep yourself warm on your special day.

4. Opt For A Long-Sleeve Wedding Dress
Even if you plan to add warm accessories, you may want to shy away from strapless or sleeveless gowns if you are planning a winter wedding. We offer a variety of elegant long-sleeve wedding dresses to help you stay warm on chilly days. Don't be fooled by sleeves that don't appear to hold warmth - you might be surprised by how warm lacy sleeves can be!

5. Gather Around A Crackling Fire
There is something unbelievably cozy about a warm, crackling fire. If you know you will be getting married during a cooler time of year, you may want to look for a wedding and/or reception space that has a fireplace or outdoor space where you could build a bonfire. Don't forget to appoint someone to manage the fire for you when the day arrives - you'll have enough on your mind already!

Bridal Couture Of The Palm Beaches Is Here For You
Though winters in Florida are much more mild than in many other parts of the States, it's still important to make plans to keep yourself, your bridal party, and your guests warm if you are planning a winter wedding. Our bridal boutique in Palm Beach would be honored to help find the perfect gown for you and dresses for your bridesmaids for your winter wedding. Call 561-973-4633 to book your wedding dress appointment in South Florida today!


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10233 Okeechobee Blvd - Suite B4


Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
561-793-4633
Visit our website at www.BridalCouturePalmBeach.com

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