5 Ways to Glam Up Your Winter Wedding
Winterare the perfect time to add a little glamour to your wedding. There is just something about that really gives a bride quite a few options for creating a stylish that has more than a touch of elegant glamour.
Here are five ways for the Winter Bride to add a touch of glamour to your wedding.
Winter Wedding Glamour Tip #1: Add Some Fur
Ok, yes, faux fur is perfectly fine! There are not too many occasion many of us have a formal function that would fit wearing fur, but a is a great opportunity to do this! Opt for white fur to accent your white dress!
You can use white fur as an accent on your or even your wrap.
Winter Wedding Glamour Tip #2: Add Some Sparkle
I twinkle white at Christmas. They are the perfect way to add some shine to any occasion. The same is true for the bride. You can add a ton fo glamour to your ensemble by adding real or faux diamonds and jewels.
Something about makes a few extra sparkling diamonds in your necklace more approval. Plus they will add some shine and sparkle to your and make you glow on your day.
Don't get too tacky by going overboard, but if you planned on wearing a necklace as your main piece of jewelry, then opt for larger stones.
Winter Wedding Glamour Tip #3: Add a Coat
Adding a coat ot your wedging dress is very romantic. You want this coat to be as formal as your and also match in color.
Your coat should also be well fitted. This is the time to get in good with a Tailor. If you are wearing a full shirt, then wear a small fitted jacket that stops at your waist. If you have opted for a slip or straight dress., then wear a long white full coat.
Wearing a coat will allow you to reveal your at the reception and give you two looks!
Winter Wedding Glamour Tip #4: Wear a Muff
Ok, there is something so romantic an glamorous about muffs. I always envision a horse drawn sleigh, falling snow, and a romantic couple keeping each other warm! This muff can be fur or velvet, but keep it coordinating without dress of course!
Winter Wedding Glamour Tip #5: Fire