Just because you're getting married during the holiday season doesn't mean you have to stick with reds and greens for your winter wedding colors. The hottest trends in winter weddings is to use fewer colors and more glitter. Think less holiday photo in front of a roaring fire and more dazzling ice princess in a winter wonderland.
Sparkling Winter Wedding Colors
Many brides are turning to the frosted landscape for color inspirations, which means a lot of white. Add silver and icy blues for a cool color combo. The key to these hot winter palettes is to limit your color selections. Instead of adding more hues, use crystals, white lights and shimmery metallics to add glamour to your winter wedding.
Staying Warm in Winter Bridal Gowns
The good news for winter brides: sleeves are back. Winter bridal gowns feature long, sheer and capped sleeves for the perfect amount of coverage and style. Luxurious fabrics are also popular for cold-weather weddings, including full satin skirts. If you're using a lot of white in your decor, consider standing out with one of today's boldest trends and walk down the aisle in a blue or pink gown.
What to Wear in Your Hair
The dress isn't your only chance to shine. The latest winter hairstyles for brides incorporate crystals, pearls and other embellishments into seasonal hairpieces. A classic tiara is perfect for the princess bride, or wear a pearl studded cage veil to capture the retro chic style.
Ciao for now,
Wedding Trends Contributor: OurWeddingDay.com