It’s not uncommon to receive multiple wedding invitations for summer weddings, but some couples choose to celebrate the joy and happiness of their nuptials during the frosty winter months of December, January, and February. Winter provides a beautiful palette with which to design a wedding, and your wedding planners will help you create a lifetime of memories for your big day.
Winter Wonderland or Subtle Elegance?
You might have a venue in mind, as well as some unique touches you’d like to add to your wedding and reception, but one of the ideas that will influence just about everything about your event will be your color choices. Some brides choose to decorate with glittering silver and bright white while other brides want something a little more elegant and subtle.
If you’re in the second category, you’re in luck because some of the trendiest wedding colors right now are soft gray and ivory. Like a quiet morning in a snow-draped forest, gray and ivory are beautiful colors to express subtle grace and sophistication.
Imagine the wedding party holding simple bouquets of ivory roses, the bridesmaids dressed in soft gray gowns, and the cummerbunds and bowties of the best man in matching gray hues. Soft, stylish, and understated, these colors will match virtually any venue whether you’re getting married in your childhood church or a backyard dotted with heated lamps and candles.
Can You Marry Outside in Winter?
Summer is an ideal time to get married in a field full of wildflowers, but can you arrange outdoor nuptials if you’re getting married in the winter? It’s definitely chilly from November through February in Nashville, but that doesn’t mean you have to put your wedding inside.
You might consider finding a venue that features a spacious patio or outdoor gathering area with a roof. You’ll enjoy the warmth from the interior of the venue, and you can welcome your guests with green arrangements that make everyone feel connected to nature and the outdoors.
If you’re concerned about the comfort of your wedding party and guests, you may want to find a location for your wedding or reception that features large windows and a view. If you’re blessed with snow on the day of your wedding, the wintery backdrop for your marriage will create an unforgettable experience.
If you’ve always dreamed of a “white wedding,” winter is a beautiful time to make your dreams come true. It’s time to start planning your winter wedding with Rose Hill Flowers!