As holidays are already a happy occasion, why not have the most important day of your life celebrated right around Christmas? It is a perfect opportunity to gather all friends and family, and forget about the cold weather outside with the warm atmosphere. The good thing about having your wedding during the holiday season is that it provides you with numerous decorative ideas that you can incorporate in what you are wearing and in decorating the venue. So stop thinking about the date, book a winter wedding and start planning, and if you do not know exactly where to start, we have a couple of ideas that you might use.
Bridal Clothes and Accessorizes
For a winter wedding, a bright white dress is an undisputed choice, so you would blend with the snowy nature. Another thing that should not be left out is an elegant lace with a subtle snowflake motif embroidered in the material. As it is going to be cold, you will need something to wear over your dress, at least until you arrive at the venue, and white fur coat can be a great option. When it comes to jewelry, the best thing would be to go with silver accessorizes, as they are both elegant and their sparkly glow reminds of the snow. Another essential accessory that every Christmas bride needs to carry down the aisle is a bridal bouquet composed of Christmas flowers, like peonie roses, lilies, orchids, and a bow of mistletoe.
Hair and Makeup
To blend with the season, a bride should also think carefully about how she should style her hair. You could always go with some interesting hair pieces, like a small silver bow, or maybe a stylish hair clip in a form of a snowflake, just make sure that you do not overdo it, as you do want to be a Christmas bride, not Christmas three. When putting your makeup on, you could take sleeping beauty as your inspiration. A pale face, light eye shadow and red lipstick will never go out of style, and you will feel like a fairytale princess.
A venue where you plan on having your wedding should also be decorated in the spirit of the holiday, so a Christmas three is a necessary element in the room. You can also have green garlands with red lace and ornaments around the windows in the reception hall, or surrounding the aisle in the church. Chairs and tables can be covered in red fabric, and your table cloths can be a combination of white and red with Christmas motifs. Finally, you need to think about the kind of lighting you are going to have, as the sun sets relatively early in the winter, so you could use that to your advantage. It would be quite unique if you avoid light bulbs, and create a romantic atmosphere with candles and discreet LED lights on all of the tables. Another thing you could do is put Christmas lights all over the room and not just the tree, which will give just enough light to the room, but also keep it dim so that it gives the impression that you are dancing under the stars.
So do not hesitate, pick up your phone, book a venue, and start planning your magical Christmas wedding and enrich the holiday season with one more important date.