But wait – if you are planning to be married this winter, now is the time to finalize all your important decisions to pull off your perfect holiday wedding. According to the experts, a couple should begin the wedding planning process at least 6-8 months before the big day. So, if you haven’t already begun, July is the perfect time to start thinking about creating a winter wonderland for your big day.
When choosing your venue, ask them what types of holiday décor they traditionally have up during that time. Often, churches, hotels, and public spaces outfit their property with festive Christmas decor, and understanding what that may be is important for two reasons. First, if the venue is going to be furnishing the area with lights, holiday trees and poinsettias, you may be able to utilize some of their decorations and not have to worry about providing your own. Secondly, knowing the ambiance they display during the holiday season will help you to coordinate better and ensure that your color palette and theme do not clash with the venue. Once you have decided on the venue, the bridal party, and the color scheme, it is time to call the wedding planners at Blossom Flower Shops.
Our floral designers have a passion for creating stunning floral works of art; and for your holiday wedding, we have inspiration born from years of experience. During the winter season, red and white are the most popular colors; and incorporating these into your bouquets and centerpieces will result in a classic holiday look, especially if paired with evergreen boughs. We also like to play with natural elements such as holly berries and pine cones, which add to the seasonal celebration. Deliver warm feelings to the event with an abundance of candles, and add shimmering reflections with ornaments and strands of crystals. You may even wish to hang a little mistletoe. It is, after all, a most romantic occasion.
The wedding coordinators at Blossom Flower Shops look forward to speaking with you about your Christmas wedding – but don’t delay in making an appointment! Christmas will be here before you know it.