Christmas is coming and it’s time to think about Christmas wedding outfits. While there is a lot of overlap between Christmas weddings and winter weddings, winter wedding dresses aren’t necessarily the same as Christmas wedding dresses.
Christmas Wedding Outfits vs. Winter Wedding Outfits
Winter weddings often incorporate white, silver, ice sculptures and other traditional winter themes. If you like the idea of a winter wedding palace or a Disney ice queen celebration, this is probably for you.
Christmas weddings, on the other hand, allow for more colour and warmth. If you love the festive season, a Christmas wedding is the perfect excuse to go all out with every Christmas decoration dream you’ve ever had. And that includes Christmas wedding outfits. Brides, grooms and guests can use the season and the snow to indulge in fabrics and designs that wouldn’t work at any other time of the year.
Christmas Wedding Outfits for Wedding Party
Reds, greens, gold, velvet, brocade, boots, hats, faux fur stoles and winter accessories are all acceptable. Brides could include Christmas colours as accents in their shoes, jewellery, hair ornaments or bouquet. Grooms can add a festive tie, pocket handkerchief, buttonhole or socks. If couples prefer a more traditional wedding ensemble, the bridesmaids, flower girls, page boys and groomsmen can wear Christmas wedding outfits to complement and contrast with the happy pair.
Christmas Wedding Theme
If your wedding is close to Christmas day, that’s even more reason to incorporate the season into your big day. Deck your reception hall (or other venue) with boughs of holly and romantic mistletoe. Use traditional greens and reds for tablecloths and napkins. Add Christmas crackers to the tables and make sure there is a Christmas tree. Wedding Wire UK has 40 Magical Christmas Wedding Ideas to help you put Christmas into your wedding.
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