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.
A horse-drawn sleigh or carriage, or a tinsel decorated car with Father Christmas as your driver could transport you to your venue and at the end of the ceremony when you exit as newlyweds why not have your guests ring miniature bells rather than shower you with confetti. If youre having a church wedding then you could also have the bells in the tower playing. Christmas carols can be played whilst the guests wait for your arrival and during intervals or why not sing them together during the service. Then theres the first dance song, so many Christmas chart tunes from over the years to choose from!
Traditionally reds and greens are the colour palette for Christmas, however wintery pastels of pale pinks and icy blues with silver, or golds and browns and rich colours such as purples, burgundies and navy can all look equally striking and fit in with the season in which you are getting married. To create a picturesque winter wonderland scene then white and silver will help create a beautiful setting.
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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