Wedding Schedule : Things You Must Know Before Planning Your Marriage In Winter (2021)
Last Updated on January 13, 2021 by hello
Getting married is the best thing you’ll ever do, no matter what time of the year you tie the knot. However, the date that you set is very important as it helps you decide on a theme for the big day. For instance, if you get married in the Autumn [or the fall] you can go for burnt oranges, golds, chocolates, yellows and reds. These beautiful colours will then be reflected in the autumn wedding favours [or fall wedding favours] that you hand to your guests. The favour boxes may be decorated in autumnal looking flowers or ribbons.
If you choose to have bomboniere, your autumn wedding favour nets may be red, gold, plum, ochre, peach, yellow or brown – or maybe even a combination of these. Fall wedding favours can be decorated with warm coloured leaves for a more rustic feel and you could tie this in with your table decorations.
What about your wedding reception tables being scattered with red, gold and brown leaves and finished off with lashings of gold organza ribbon?
Your Autumn wedding favours [or fall wedding favours] could then be put at each place setting with a centrepiece of pine cones, apples, peach roses, seasonal berries such as juniper and finished with ivory and gold trimmings. Heavenly! The fall truly is a magnificent time of year to get married as you can still get lots of sunshine and the temperature can be warm.
If you are going for a winter wedding then your theme will be driven by the low temperatures and icy winds. The bride’s dress will probably be finished with a faux fur shrug and the bridesmaids and maids of honor will adorn lots of silver and gold!
Your winter wedding favours will also reflect the festive season and depending on the date of your wedding, you may even choose to have Christmas wedding favours. Wedding reception tables can be dressed with white feathers, ivy, velvet red roses, white pearls and silver sparkles.
Beautiful silver sprinkles [such as snowflakes and hearts] can be scattered across your pure white table linen and each place setting can have a co-ordinating winter wedding favour – perhaps decorated with silver and white feathers. Or, if you are planning on a Christmas theme, your Christmas wedding favours may be in the form of crackers, piled in heaps around the tables for guests to collect.
Alternatively, silver or gold favour boxes could contain edible favours for your guests continuing the Christmas wedding favour theme. Whether you choose to have winter wedding favours or opt for a Christmas theme, your reception tables will look exquisite with the purity of white and silver.
Angelic! Winter weddings are truly magical in every way… especially if it happens to snow!