With this starchy crisp weather, to have a winter wedding would be truly fabulous. Both in terms of wedding outfits and your venue, you can create a gorgeous wowed theme. Can you feel the excitement of the coming ceremony from this photo….

Mulled wine, hot chocolate, open fires and cinnamon or pine smelling candles are great for setting the wintery scene and giving a cosy, warm feeling. Winter weddings can be as dramatic and theatrical as you like – what about this amazing blue fairytale venue?

Lower your stress levels and look at what others have done for inspiration. Cherrypick ideas, look online at photographers websites and in wedding magazines. A good photographer can help create the “ahh” factor.

Your winter wedding table decoration colours can be very rich and warm, like this pretty one which Mary styled for Nobility Chair Covers. When thinking about your flowers, what about using hedgerow greens, winter foliage eg holly, ivy and evergreens? Or to achieve the ultimate snowy effect from outdoor to indoor what could be better than gypsophila.

Why not have fireworks or use sparklers as an entertainment idea? Photos outside at night can give some great shots, especially in black and white.

So remember to set the scene for your guests by sending a wintery themed invitation; snowflakes and sparkle, the more the merrier! – this one is gorgeous…….

Bye for now,


Image 1 http://www.lovemydress.net/.a/6a0120a65f64b9970c014e5f1ee728970c-popup

Image 2.http://www.marry2012.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/winter-wedding-decorations-ideas-2012-1.jpg

Image 3 http://theweddingroomnottingham.co.uk/wp-admin/post.php?post=2557&action=edit&message=10

Images 4 & 5 www.nobilitychaircovers.co.uk (our sister company)

Image 6

http://www.marthastewartweddings.com/305526/marnie-and-jamie-seattle-washington/@center/272446/real-weddings (skip to image 37 0f 39)

Image 6 http://www.vpgifts.com/winter-invites/