Elegance, magic, a mild sun, and a snow-kissed landscape; a winter wedding can be all this and more. While a spring wedding has a lot going for it, there is hardly anything that beats the glamor and wondrous appeal that a wedding held in the winter holds. For a guest though, it can be kind of daunting to choose the right dress to wear. Strapless, slinky dresses are out of the running, and at the same time, being covered from head to toe is not exactly the most fashionable statement to make. So, what do you do? Here are our options that will inspire you to pick just the right dress for a winter, wonderland wedding.
Dress up Right
Does a winter wedding invitation stress you out? Do you feel your hand moving to the no option under RSVP just to avoid making an outfit decision? Say goodbye to all your worries. If you are unsure of how to beat the chill in style, follow these simple dos and don’ts.
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★ You wear
They say that looking into the details is the secret to having a successful wedding event. Part of these important details is your wedding reception decoration. Having great wedding reception decoration can add to the great memories that you have on your big day and can help guests have a wonderful time. Let’s take a look at some basic tips for your wedding reception decoration.
Don’t forget the basics.
We almost do not need to mention this but then some people just forget the basics. Never forget that your wedding reception decoration should be in line with your major theme. Your wedding reception decoration therefore should essentially have the same flavor and look as your wedding ceremony site decoration and should be in line with your color theme.
Set your point of view.
A lot of couples base their wedding preparations on the point of view of budget. If you don’t have a lot of cash to spend on your wedding reception decoration then you naturally have to go for simple decorations. If money is not an issue then be ready to have complicated and expensive designs that will reflect your taste and sense
You know what’s overrated at weddings sometimes? The wedding cake. No, don’t get me wrong. I totally get that a wedding cake is something that is judged (come on, admit it) with a microscope the size of Jupiter in every guest’s head. Does the color match that of the bridesmaids’ dresses? Does it have fondant or frosting? Why couldn’t it be another flavor? And as if that isn’t enough, the bridal couple has its own set of worries. I hope it doesn’t topple over. Why is everyone taking the fondant off the cake? I paid good money for it! I hope someone saves me a slice; I don’t think there’s enough for everyone. There goes half my paycheck! While I understand that it could be your one and only dream to have a super-fantastic cake at your wedding (in which case you shouldn’t even be reading this. *shocked*), let’s put the dream aside for a bit and ask you: is a big fancy cake really a practical option for you? Do you really want to have one big enough to serve the entire guest list? Apart from the ever-increasing costs of cakes, there’s so much more to it than just
Did You Know?
During the Great Depression, the owner of the Adams Extract Company, John Adams, came up with a way of selling more extract and dyes in the form of a Adam’s Red Velvet cake. It was invented to attract many customers to his products.
Undoubtedly, the groom’s cake is the best known tradition of Southern America (now, popularized everywhere), thanks to the famous classic, Steel Magnolias! The Armadillo cake with gray icing or the Armadillo bleeding cake adds a humorous side to the wedding. After all, it’s a celebration, and not any sad or boring event!
Groom’s Cake Tradition
You must have come across a charming and funny tradition of the groom’s cake. In fact, it is a very old concept, which dates back to the 17th century. Traditionally, the groom’s cake is a gift to the groom from the bride or the bride’s family at the wedding reception or the rehearsal dinner. It began in the Southern States, and was originally a dark chocolate fruitcake. The slices of the cake were packaged and taken home by the single ladies at the wedding, especially the bridesmaids. It is said that if they placed