Marrying in the Winter? Winter Wedding Survival Kit
The most loved seasons of the year is winter, more especially if it has falling snow. The falling snow makes the winter wedding the most beautiful and romantic. If you choose a place with snow and ice at the backdrop, your winter wedding will appear to be straight out of fantasy.
If you have decided to say I do during the winter season, the following are some of the things that should not miss in your wedding kit.
== Winter Favors ==
You and your guests need not suffer the cold of the winter; you can warm yourselves up with a personalised mug of either hot cocoa, coffee or tea.
Nothing warms you up in a cold day like a mug of hot cocoa. You can treat your guests with a personalised package of hot cocoa, coffee or tea. You can design these packets with the theme of your wedding or a customised message. You can also have customised mugs or tea bags.
These are indeed winter wedding favours you should consider.
== Snow Globes ==
You can make miniature snow globes for your winter wedding. Snow globes are pretty and fun. That is not all, your guests can make use of them in their homes after your wedding for many years to come, and that can serve as a memory of your big day.
== Seasonal Food ==
Winter is a cold season, and people will generally want to eat food that will make them feel warm and comfortable. You can bring this feeling of warmth into your wedding reception by serving warm food.
The food that is ideal for your winter wedding ceremony is chicken pot pies with French onion soup, mini macaroni and cheese. If your wedding is scheduled near a holiday, you can serve traditional homemade food such as turkey with chestnut stuffing and sweet potato soufflés.
== A Large Entryway ==
If you are planning to have a receiving line where your guests can come and greet you and your love, plan, do not let your guests freeze outside.
Ensure that your reception has a large entryway where your guests can wait as they wait to greet you after your wedding ceremony.
If your receiving line is at the reception area; rather than greeting your guests as they enter, do it inside the hall. That way, when the line begins to bend, your guests at the back of the line will not be let out in the cold shivering, but they can as well get indoors.
== Don’t Overheat ==
Being cold outside, you will have to heat up the reception area to make your guests comfortable. But thing might heat up at the dance floor, if you see your guests breaking the sweat on the dance floor, then you know that is the time to turn down the heat.
However, if there is enough space in the reception area, you can have two places separate from each other. Ensure that you set the temperature for the two rooms at different heat levels. Ensure that the temperature for the dance floor is a bit lower than the other place.