There is nothing more breathtaking than a White Winter Wonderland Wedding. Here are some inspirations to make a perfect Winter Wedding
Add some extra holiday flare to your tables. Incorporate pine cones or Christmas ornaments for your guest cards, cranberries and candles for a romantic touch to your centerpieces. Fake snow and white birch branches can be scattered on cocktail tables and your escort card table. Wrap your gift card box as a present and place next to a small Christmas tree or have a gingerbread house gift box.
Have your photographer position you in front of a cozy warm, lit fireplace. But who says that your photos need to be limited to indoors? Stand outside in front of a snow covered tree. Decorate a tree with Christmas lights for a great outdoor evening shot. Be sure to include a plaid print blanket and wrap yourselves together with a snow covered backdrop. If there is no snow, create some! Bring some fake snow with you and throw it around above your heads as your photographer snaps some shots!
The bride will be breathtaking in a white fur wrap seated in a horse drawn sleigh
Some comforting menu selections can begin with a warm soup shooter to warm the soul. Offer your guests a holiday drink of mulled cider or hot chocolate. A glazed ham or prime rib is a wonderful idea for a “Christmas dinner” entrée. Your side dishes can be marshmallow topped sweet pot casserole, cranberry roasted Brussels sprouts with pecans and blue cheese to name a few. For a holiday finish some tasty delights are white chocolate dipped cherries and strawberries dipped in green sanding sugar or a deliciously decadent, towering stack of vanilla cream profiteroles.
Be the gracious host of the season, thank your guests with Mason jars with cocoa mix, marshmallows and buttery peppermint balls. Little packs of a variety of Christmas Cookies are always a favorite. Smores Packs for those chilly nights around a fire. Christmas ornaments for the tree.
Winter weddings can be warm and wonderful for the bride, groom, family and friends.