Christmas Themed Wedding – Part 2

Christmas Wedding Attire

The wedding attire for the bride and the female attendants should also reflect the season’s colors and textures. The bride can choose a pure white wedding gown and top it off with a long, velvet and faux-fur trimmed cape in a rich color, or wear a faux-fur coat to your transport rom the church to the reception site. Choose traditional Christmas fabrics like taffeta, heavy satin, brocade, velvet or plaid. Rich dark red or emerald velvet gowns will give the bridesmaids an elegant look for your holiday wedding. Have your female attendants wear a Renaissances-style circlet headpiece of greenery with dark red or white roses in the front. Instead of having your bridesmaids carry bouquets, consider having them carry decorated faux-fur muffs. The groom and male attendants can accent their formal attire with glittery waistcoats or cummerbunds in red, green, gold or silver. Use mistletoe for their boutonnieres. as they can be easily removed for stealing Christmas kisses!

Wedding Flower Ideas

Flower arrangements should match the color theme you have selected. White and dark red roses, poinsettias, sprigs of holly, ivy and pine will capture the warmth of the holiday. The bride’s bouquet can be made primarily of greenery with a few accent flowers. Use holly, trailing ivy, pine, spruce, poinsettias, baby’s breath, and mistletoe in your bouquets, flower arrangements and decorations. For addad color. use small Christmas ornaments, gold or silver bells amd ribbons. Small bells added on to the trailing ribbons of your bouquet make a delightful tinkle as you move down the aisle. Evergreen garlands accented with velvety bows will add to the festive feel of your event.


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