It is likely that the venue will already be decorated for the festive season thus saving you time and money. Ask what decorations they will be using or if you can visit the year before prior to your own wedding to see how it has been set up. This will give you a good starting ground. Candles placed on mirrors are fabulous centre features or use large vases and fill them with colour coordinated Christmas decorations. Christmas crackers, mini stocking or baubles could be your table place settings. An ice sculpture would make a dramatic feature at the venue whilst holly bush trees, hung mistletoe or pots of poinsettias will help bring the outdoors inside. Of course you cant not have a Christmas tree decorated in your wedding theme colours, which your wedding gifts could be left under. An ideal wedding favour is a personalised bauble or candle with your names and wedding date inscribed on it. Alternatively mini chocolate Santas or filled little stockings would go down a treat. A Santas grotto may be worth considering if there are going to be a large number of children at your wedding. If there is an open fire at your venue do insist that it is started especially if it is in a separate area. This will give your guests somewhere to escape to and relax.
Your groom could wear an extravagant Christmas waistcoat or tie and have a poinsettia or a piece of mistletoe as his buttonhole, whilst your bridesmaids could be in white dresses with coordinating sashes with matching accessories to yours. They could decorate the aisle with fake snow or glitter snowflakes or stars and carry candles rather than a posy.
If you have always dreamed of having a winter wedding then why not think about having a Christmas themed spectacular. By opting to have Christmas as your theme you instantly have your colour scheme and a vast of majority of the decorations for your venue sorted which in turn assists with the whole planning and preparation.
Venues for this time of year will get booked up quickly, so plan well in advance to guarantee you secure your perfect venue for where you wish your wedding to take place. Save the date cards are a good idea with this time of year being busy for family and friends. By using blank Christmas cards you could easily make these and your invitations yourself.
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Hello, would you like to shop for Christmas tree ornaments and decorations with me. And later we’ll got to Fortnum & Mason and Harrods. So let’s start looking at the Christmas ornaments this year, by having a look around Liberty’s of London. It’s all very like a wood cottage around here. Their wood beams. It’s got little fluffy bits on it. It’s like crystallized fruit. Look, and even a littler corgi. I wouldn’t go for an owl, but I do like that. Look, there’s a hedgehog down there. Oh I like these, um, deer here. Quite 1960s looking. Oh look, they’re different. Oops! Just dropped that. That’s beautiful. Especially under this fireplace. So we’re in Fortnum and Mason now, and their little Christmas shop. And this is really special. These literally look like old decorations that my grandmother used to have. But different. Oh yeah, there was one just like that. I bet that one’s popular. Oh yes. I had one. . . I’ve got one like this. The cuckoo. It clips on. It’s so old fashioned. Look, that’s if you’ve had a baby, I think. . . . . . this year. How cute. So, finally the Harrods Christmas shop, and wow, they have so much here. This is definitely the best selection. I’m noticing a lot of these skulls this year. Look at that, ‘vintage jewel tree’. I’ve got to say they’ve got very unusual ornaments here in Harrods. I like that one. It’s heavy. Oh, look at that. Oh, I like that. Look at the shape of it. Oh, it’s got a snake on it, I didn’t realize that. I liked it at first. Look at this green tree. I like all these vegetables. I love this broccoli. What’s that? Tomato. That’s carrots. Cor, they’re great. £35. I wonder why they’re so expensive. What’s that? Oh, um, squash? Hmm, potato. Uh oh. I really like these. Oh look, a sprout. Oh look a. . . onion? Red onion. I’d better not drop it in here. Look at those. This is the farmer’s Christmas tree, I think. They don’t like them, do they. Well, thank you for reading my vlog of the Christmas ornaments inside the department stores this year. And I hope you enjoyed it. Until next time, goodbye. .