Keeping Warm on Your Wedding Day
The autumn and winter seasons are hugely popular times to say I do, with many couples preferring a backdrop of autumn colours or a snowy ground than a more traditional summer backdrop.
Of course, despite the beautiful colours and amazing settings, the autumn and winter seasons are much colder, meaning you’ll need to think of how you’ll keep warm throughout the day.
In our latest post, we take a look at top tips for keeping warm on your big day so you can focus on enjoying your celebrations.
If you’re wearing a floor length dress, clear tights may be the perfect way to stay cosy. If you’re having your wedding ceremony in deep winter, don’t be afraid to double up on your tights or even wear thin, skin coloured leggings or Spanx underneath your dress to keep you feeling toasty.
Depending on the neckline of your dress, you may be able to wear a body-shaping top, which although isn’t intended for extra warmth, will provide you with another layer to your dress.
If items under your dress just will not do, you may be considering what items you could wear over your dress to keep you warm. Pashminas and shawls are a popular option, or you may decide to wear a cropped sequin or faux fur jacket.
Make a Statement
If you’re looking to make a statement on your wedding day, why not choose something a little more daring to keep the winter chills at bay? A structured blazer creates a bold look and may offer a splash of colour or pattern. Alternatively, a leather jacket or cropped denim number studded with your wedding date or surname on the back would look great in photos and be sure to catch the attention of all your guests.
Big Top Marquees
Here at Big Top Marquees, we have had the pleasure of helping to set up a variety of events and special occasions. We offer an unbeaten marquee hire service, alongside furniture hire, heaters, flooring and accessories to make sure your big day runs smoothly. Speak to us today about marquee hire by calling 01933 350 336 or send your enquiry through our online contact form.