Accessories are important to keep warm. A white fur looks beautiful, invest in a heavier veil, a cape or cardigan. Or you can go for a long sleeve wedding dress!
Chapped lips and dry skin are inevitable in the winter season. Keep your lips moisturized in the run up to the wedding, use a good face moisturizer and have a chapstick in your clutch on the day.
If it’s very cold wear thermals or thick tights under your wedding dress. (no one will know) This goes for your bridesmaids too!
Boots can be a stylish (and a practical) bridal shoe option for winter weddings, especially if it rains.
Don’t forget your bridesmaids will be cold too! Make sure your bridesmaids have cover ups ready for the big day.
To avoid feeling the cold for very long, opt-in for an indoor wedding venue. Indoor venues provide shelter from harsh weather conditions, heaters from cold feet and better photos.
Due to the time change, it will get dark early. Embrace this with lots of romantic candles lighting your ceremony and reception space.
Decorate in rich, warm tones of berry red, burgundy, black and gold. Add romantic natural greenery, or even a hint of tartan.
Make sure someone is in charge of taking coats, for convenience.
Make the effort to ensure your guests are kept warm. A hot drink, such as cocoa or tea is a great personal touch on arrival, and is a nice and simple.
Wedding favors such as blankets, fuzzy socks, candy canes, or little bottles of Baileys are all cute and doable winter wedding favor options.