It will be cold so accessories will be important to keep warm.
A faux fur stole, a veil, a cape or a chic cardie are all good options.
Alternatively opt for a long sleeve wedding dress.
1. Invest in Winter Accessories
For grooms and groomsmen a velvet blazer is ideal.
It's a nice thick fabric which will keep the guys warm, plus is perfectly on-trend.
2. Velvet Chic for the Guys
Chapped lips and dry skin are inevitable come winter.
Keep your lips moisturised in the run up to the wedding, use a good face moisturiser and have a chapstick in your clutch on the day.
3. Don't Forget Beauty Prep.
If it's very cold you can always wear thick tights under your wedding dress (as long as it's long) - nobody will know!
This goes for your bridesmaids too.
4. Under Your Dress
Boots can be a stylish (and practical) bridal shoe option for winter weddings, especially if it rains.
5. Consider Stylish Winter Footwear
You can't get more festive than bridesmaids in glitter.
Sequin or glitter dresses are always easy to find come winter, plus they look wonderful in photos.
6. Indulge in Some Glitter
Don't forget your bridesmaids will be cold too!
Make sure to have bridesmaid cover ups ready on the day.
7. Keep Your Bridesmaids Warm
Bad weather means bad traffic, so give extra time for travel to your ceremony - no matter how near or far you are going.
8. Extra Travel Time
If possible have your ceremony & reception in the one venue, or venues very near to each other.
This will make transport easier in case of bad weather.
9. Have Just One Venue
It will be dark quite early.
Embrace it with lots of romantic candle light in both your ceremony and reception space.
10. Add Romance With Candles
Decorate in rich, warm tones of berry red, burgundy, black and gold.
Add extra wintry romance with lots of natural greenery, or even a hint of tartan.
11. Winter Wedding Colours
Make sure someone is in charge of taking coats at your reception and making sure they're kept safe.
12. Coat Check
Consider making an effort to ensure your guests are kept warm and cheery once they arrive.
A hot drink on arrival is a nice and simple idea.
13. Keep Guests Warm
Choose winter wedding favours.
Blankets or pashminas, sparklers, cookies, mulled wine spices, candy canes or little bottles of Baileys are all cute and doable winter wedding favour options.
14. Wintry Wedding Favours
For a subtle winter wedding touch get yourself a cute winter cake topper.
15. Winter Cake Toppers
Check if your venue has Christmas decorations in the room where your wedding will be.
Have they photographs of them from last year?
Is it ok for them to take these down if they're not to your taste?
16. Venue Décor Check
It gets dark much earlier in the winter so adjust your photo schedule for more light.
Taking portraits before your ceremony is often a good idea.
If you're not sure how to go about this, just chat to your photographer.
They should have a good idea of what will work.
17. All About the Timing
Have nice umbrellas on stand by for outdoor wedding photographs.
These don't have to be fancy - simple and black can often do the job.
18. Brollies for Rain
If you're wearing heels, have another shoe option for your outdoor pics.
You don't want to be sinking into mud or snow in your Jimmy Choos or Valentinos!
19. Don't Ruin Your Heels
Ice cold blue hands are not a good look in winter wedding pictures, this is where hand warmers come in.
20. Keep Hands Toasty
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