Planning your wedding in a winter wonderland? When you get married in the off-season, there are plenty of winter wedding trends to choose from. While snowflakes and pinecones are a staple at winter weddings, this year is all about mixing seasonal trends with elegant details. To create a magical winter wedding, follow some of the most popular trends of the year:
Basic Bouquets – While the holiday time may have you dreaming of red and green, this is a color combination that is easily overdone. This year, think rustic inspired with a modern twist. Try colors including wintry greens, light pinks, whites and creams accented with silver and gold. Full bouquets full of white flowers and plenty of greenery look stunning with a sparkle from an embellished gold ribbon!
Flattering Bridesmaid Dresses – While black bridesmaid dresses have always been a statement piece for winter weddings, there are plenty of other sophisticated styles to dress the ladies in. Mix it up with a neutral palette of different colored dresses. Creamy pastels are a subtle choice that can easily be played up with gold and silver accents. Looking for a more daring style? Let your bridesmaids choose their own sparkly gowns made with sequins and glitter. After all, not all bridesmaid dresses have to look the same!
Winter-Inspired Gowns – When planning a winter wedding, it is important to choose a dress that is stylish yet warm. Pick a dress that will compliment your wintry ceremony and raise the temperatures at the reception. This year has brought back great styles including vintage dresses, defined silhouettes, embroidered details and more. A long-sleeve wedding dress can add sophistication and functionality to your night. If you can stand the cold, try a deep V neckline, open back or cut outs!
To find the winter wedding dress of your dreams, make a one-on-one consultation with Superior Sewing today! We are happy to accommodate all of your wedding dress and sewing needs for the big day. Whether your wedding is in a few months or in a year, we will accommodate your dress in every way possible. For a free estimate, call 563-323-4672.
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