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Snow Much Love
|We're getting married this winter and want to transform our venue into a winter wonderland. What advice can you share?
|Anna Garner-Currie says: A winter wonderland theme can be magical this time of year. There are many ways to incorporate the season into your big day to create a cosy and enchanting atmosphere. Use a lot of white, silver and grey to create a wintery colour palette. Consider incorporating snowflakes, fairylights, pinecones, and seasonal foliage to give your wedding that wintry feel. You can also use seasonal flowers like amaryllis and holly to create beautiful centrepieces and bouquets that fit your theme. Consider making an aisle runner look like snow or using a white carpet runner for the ceremony. You could also create a hot chocolate bar with marshmallows and whipped cream to help keep guests warm and cosy. Finally, consider your attire. For the bridesmaids, dress them in silver or grey dresses to match your theme.
Overall, there are many ways to incorporate a winter wonderland theme into your wedding day. The key is to focus on the details and create a cosy, enchanting atmosphere to make your day magical.
Anna Garner-Currie, Marauders