5 Things To Consider For Your Winter Wedding


Winter events, especially weddings, can be so magical this time of year! If you are planning a winter wedding or event, keep these 5 things in mind to have the most special day ever!  

  1. The location

Choosing the right wedding venue is probably your most important decision, especially in the winter. Don’t be afraid to take your wedding or event outdoors, just be sure you have a plan B should you need an indoor space due to weather.

Think about how a beautiful backdrop can make your event truly memorable. Your guests will be snapping photos like there’s no tomorrow.

  1. The decor

Get into the wintry theme with open fireplaces, wine barrels and coat racks. Choose earthy and darker colours like maroon, auburn and charcoal on your tables. Enchant your guests with oh-so-gorgeous table pine cones, cinnamon sticks and tree slices.

  1. The lighting

Winter days aren’t as long as summer, so get your lighting right. Picture this… the soft light from webs of fairy lights illuminating the dark wooden floorboards. Talk about magical!

  1. Heating

Staying warm is essential for winter celebrations. Set a cozy mood and keep your guests toasty with adequate heating. Do be sure that the event space is heated before your guests arrive as you don’t want them walking in to a chilly atmosphere!

Also, don’t be afraid to get creative with your heating. Think fireplaces, patio heaters and candles which are great ways to keep your guests comfortable while offering that winter season feeling. Consider having warm fun with fondues and toasted marshmallows over the fireplace.

  1. Food & beverages

Nothing tastes of winter more than a nice drop of red wine. Work with your caterer to create a menu that matches the season. Instead of a summer salad, why not serve hearty roast beef with potatoes? Your guests will love the comfort food feeling.

Thanks to the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre for providing us with these valuable winter wedding tips today!

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5 things to consider for your winter wedding