Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) February 10, 2013
There is a certain beauty that can only be seen in the winter. Influenced by the Little Falls Times article “Winter Weddings,” Do the Bride a favor today offers more tips and ideas for those who envison the perfect ceremony during the colder season.
If only for saving some extra cash, more couples are choosing winter months. According to article, Kelli Sigmon said that couples who get married during the winter season can save a few thousand dollars in booking venues. Simply switching a date to a less popular time of the year can make a wedding much more affordable.
Do the Bride a Favor said, “The best thing about winter is that you can save money on having a ton of decorations. There is already a lot of beauty in the season, especially if you love snow.”
This doesn't mean that little things can't add a special touch to the big day. If the ceremony is inside lighting can make all the difference. Colder days are usually dimmer, but you can use this to your advantage to make the affair more scenic. Artificial lights like candles or lamps add an atmospheric soft glow to the room.
Another way to add warmth to the occasion is adding hot food and drinks to the menu. Soups are filling, delicious and keeps the body warm. For hot drinks, try some hot chocolate. Do the Bride a Favor suggests for brides to have sweets that go well with hot drinks like custom wedding chocolates. They can come in fun wintery shapes and designs. If looking for more stuffers for favor bags, gumball supplies make a great choice for kids!
When it comes to coziness, warmth and together, nothing beats a gathering of close family and friends for a wedding celebration.
Do the Bride a Favor specializes in wedding ideas for the bride to be. We also offer great tips for unique gifts for your wedding guests. We hope that through our tips you can create a memorable wedding experience for the couple and their guests. Our goal is to inspire brides to think outside the box when it comes to gift giving.