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Hot Tips on How to Warm Up Winter Wedding Party

Posted June 30, 2013 by in Articles | No comments yet

Usually, weddings happen in spring, fall, or summer, as the weather is great. But, more and more brides are attracted to the idea of a winter wonderland wedding. But while the snowy sceneries are perfect for picture taking, the ugly cold feeling would still be your guests’ number one concern. So to help you warm up your winter wedding party check out these following tips.

1. Serve comfort food and drinks.
Food and drinks in your menu will help to warm up your winter wedding party.
Be sure that you have those that can warm both the stomach and the heart. You can set up chocolate fountains with warm chocolate or cheese. Prepare crab or vegetable soup, cottage pie, or beef stew. Go a bit over board with hot and spicy food. Try a hot dessert like a warm cobbler, or a flaming dessert like the Cherries Jubilee. Don’t forget gourmet hot chocolates in different flavours served with whipped cream and marshmallows!

2. Choose a unique theme and cozy decorations.
Cozy decorations are a perfect way to add warmth to your wedding party. Have soft rich colours and playful firelights to create an ambiance that chases away from the unpleasant weather. Red is a popular colour in winter weddings. The fiery hue makes a warm feeling inside. If your wedding venue has fireplace, arrange the lounge around it. Consider hiring a portable fireplace and design a lounge area at your wedding reception with great accents such as colourful throw pillows on the sofas and soft and comfy throw blankets.
If you don’t want to remind your guests of the snow, ice, and cold, have a Caribbean inspired party or a luau. Have your DJ play some Hawaiian or reggae music. Decorate your venue with palm trees silhouettes, flowers, and seashells. Have some coconut cocktail drinks. Break up the cold boring weather with a tropical-themed wedding party.

3. Keep your guests warm.
For your center pieces, how about some nice scented candles? Or you can get hand warmers and heaters for hire. These warmers will get those chilly fingers nice and warm, and will make your guests ready to party. Coordinate with your wedding planner to set up these devices. They will surely make your guests warm and help them have a good time without worrying about the ugly weather.

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