Winter may not be one of the most popular seasons for weddings because of the cold. However, this time of the year is perfect if you would like to plan a fairy-tale like wedding where there are crystals, horse drawn carriages, wedding reception venues decorated in pure white with crystals, or romantic fireplaces. In the following sections, we will take a look at how you can plan a gorgeous winter wedding using cool, elegant colors on the details.
Colors to Incorporate on Your Winter Wedding Plans
Prior to deciding on the details of your wedding venue and reception, you need to decide which wedding dress to wear first. Then comes the perfect bridal hairstyle to go along with it. After choosing the dress and the bridal hairstyle, you can proceed to choosing the colors to use as a theme when having your wedding reception and venue decorated.
Since you are saying your "I dos" in the winter, here is a quick look at the typical colors that you can incorporate in the theme:
• Powdery-white colors with silver accents.
• Bluish silver with white or crystal accents.
• The colors of Christmas including red, white and green.
• Jewel-like tones including ivory, gold, crystal, silver and topaz blue.
Actually, white is the base color to be used in any winter wedding. As such, you can easily pair it with any other color that you like. For funky soon-to-be-wed couples, they can even incorporate shades which are unusual for weddings such as fuchsia pink or moss green for a more toned-down theme.
Wedding Planning is all about the Details!
No matter which time of the year it is that your wedding is held, what gives it that individual touch is the details that you will put into it. Personalization is also taken into account. Let's say that you are celebrating a winter wedding and either you or your husband-to-be is a chef.
After planning other details like the bridal hairstyle and the gown, you can decide on wedding favors which should have that personalized touch. Why not give out aprons with your initials printed in it? Flip through bridal magazines and browse some wedding websites. These will give you an idea about the little touches that you can add to make your winter wedding ultra-fabulous and fun!
Other Elements to Incorporate in Your Winter Wedding
Aside from the aforementioned colors, you can also use different shades of blue as complementary hues or accents. For example, you can decorate the wedding reception venue with an all-white scheme, with a smattering of cornflower blue, Bordeaux blue and aquamarine blue. You can use other colors like periwinkle, soft pink, deep mauve, deep berry and pewter grey.
As you can see, there are plenty of elements which you can easily include in the details of a winter wedding. From the color to the hottest trends in bridal gowns, these elements will surely add a beautiful and personalized touch to the proceedings once you finally say your "I dos".