Wedding Tips: How to Turn Up the Heat for Winter Weddings

by Avid Thinker February 10, 2014

If you’ve chosen a winter wedding, chances are you have visions of marrying in an idyllic snow-covered venue before celebrating your nuptials with a backdrop of winter décor, a huge roaring fire and a delicious menu of seasonal treats. During this dreamy day, there’s nothing quite like a winter warmer or two to keep your guests cosy, enhance the atmosphere and give your day a gorgeous seasonal feel. To inspire your choices, we’ve selected the top winter warmers...

Hot wheels

Even if your venue is a short walk away, why not provide heated transport for your guests on a cold winter’s day. This could be anything from a luxury car with heated seats to a nice, cosy mini bus – it will be much appreciated.
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Wicked wellies

If you’re marrying on a wet or snowy day, wellies are essential. The chic Catherine Wellies from Wedding Shoes Direct are brill for the bride. Plus, you could collect a bunch of second hand wellies in assorted sizes and line them up outside the church or registry office for your guests to use.


Sensational shawls

Don’t forget your bridesmaids when you’re outside posing for photographs: you may have a wonderful furry bolero to keep out the cold, but make sure you organise stylish wraps, shawls or jackets for your maids too.

Hot choc welcome

When your guests arrive at the venue, why not warm their cockles with a steaming mug of creamy hot chocolate. If you want to serve an alcoholic version, try adding dark rum and honey, or amaretto.



Avid Thinker
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