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Warm Up With These Winter Wedding Ideas!

With winter well and truly here, there’s no stopping the wedding planning for one of the most magical seasons of the year. Whether you’re looking for your last minute 2018 winter wedding ideas, or you’re planning for a year or two away, there’s plenty of ways you can make your big day feel warm and cosy. Take a read of the following wintery ideas, and start making a note.

Chilly Cheer
Have fun with your winter themed wedding with seasonal signage including ‘Baby it’s cold outside’ and ‘Be Merry and Bright’.

Mulled Twine
Put together cinnamon sticks and winter berries for a chic, and organic, napkin ring alternative.

Fir Feature
If you’re looking for something a bit different from the norm, swap the obvious chair covers with something more rustic, like some evergreen foliage.

Cotton Ball Bouquet
The look and texture of natural cotton is so beautiful for a winter wedding, so use it in your bouquets, wreaths and centrepieces.

Seasonal Table Decorations
Create a warm feel with clever and creative tablescaping. Cinnamon sticks, pinecones, log slices and fir foliage create a woodland ambience.

Let It Glow
Create a cosy atmosphere at your reception with low lighting, lots of candles and a touch of sparkle.

Mug Love
There’s nothing cosier than a hot drink in winter time, so treat your guests to a personalised mug wedding favour so they can remember your big day every time they make a cuppa.

Winter Bake
Give your wedding cake a winter touch with edible glitter, sprigs of fir, winter berries or a seasonal topper.

There are also certain wedding dresses that suit this time of year, and we have an array of them from numerous world-renowned designers in our bridal shop. If you would like to view and try them on for yourselves, you can book a VIP appointment on 01799 526982 today.

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