Here in Colorado we highly appreciate the beauty of snowflakes falling. For us, nothing is better than a December morning with a blanket of snow on the ground. However, we completely understand if a blizzard is less than desirable for your big day. If this is the case, here are some tips for you brides planning winter month nuptials. These are some cute ideas to keep in mind, just in case it snows.
Mary Doughtery Photography, Rebekah Westover Photography
While snow does make outdoor photos a little more of a challenge, just look at how amazing these shots turned out! I love both brides over coat choices. Not only are they functional and warm, but look how classy and elegant each of them look in this winter wonderland. Pick something that is uniquely you and flows nicely with your dress. You’ll thank yourself later for this purchase!Still keeping yourself in mind, check out these killer mittens. So cute! You can find this exact pair on etsy.com. What an awesome find that can go with almost any gown.Staying with the “mitten theme”, let’s not leave everyone else out. Adding hand warmers to your wedding party’s attire can be a very nice touch that really pulls everything together. In fact, this could open yourself up to a wide variety of outstanding photo opps!
Practical and charming, now that’s a great combo.Another tip could be leaving a stack of blankets or a basket of gloves out for your guests. We want everyone feeling wooly warm on your big day! Floral and bow ear-warmers are a huge hit this season. I think they are adorable in any color and could really make a statement at a wedding in all of the colder months. Each of the headbands above can be purchased online by clicking on the links. Perfect gifts for your bridesmaids!A final smart purchase may be a new pair boots. Whether you want to keep it classy and victorian or just want to stomp around in a cute pair of silver galoshes, I think both are a fabulous idea. Hope these tips are helpful in your planning process and have inspired you to come up with other ways to fight off feeling cold, just in case it snows.