While Winter weddings require a bit more coordination with Mother Nature and the holiday calendar than Spring or Summer weddings, they have the potential to be truly magical events. Vail is the perfect backdrop for a mountain wedding, and Christiania Lodge offers cozy Bavarian Style lodging for guests to relax in during their stay in Vail. If you're considering a winter wedding in Colorado, here are a few tips to help you craft the perfect event.
Sure, April showers bring the month of May many beautiful flowers, but winter months produce their share of elegant blooms. In addition to being an eco-friendly choice, selecting in-season flower arrangements is a great way to save money on your wedding. Popular winter wedding flowers include: Casablanca Lilies, Forget-me-nots, French Tulips, Gardenias, Holly, Jasmine, Orchids, Mini Gerberas, Narcissus Paper Whites, Poinsettias, Roses. For wedding bouquet inspiration, check out this beautiful slideshow of winter wedding bouquets from Brides Magazine.
With technology and social media more popular than ever, brides and wedding planners can share ideas and information with the touch of button. From creating custom hashtags for your big day, to sharing your table setting ideas in a Pinterest board, it’s easier than ever to bring a bride and groom’s wedding visions to life.
Yes, we said it- you should purchase wedding insurance. As we mentioned earlier, winter weddings require a great deal of coordination with mother nature, and in the event that weather circumstances prevent the bride or groom from reaching the church on time, you’re protected. Other items covered include stolen or damaged dresses, venue disasters and more.
Layers for Your Guests
For the perfect winter wedding, make sure your guests are aware of the expected temperature and how often they will be outside. If cold weather is a concern, purchase inexpensive pashminas and scarves and have them available