stylish and cosy winter wedding wraps
More and more couples are choosing to tie the knot in the Winter months and we can certainly see why – the festive magic, romantic photographic opportunities and cosy wedding venues filled with candles. However, it is always going to be very cold in the Winter and there is no getting away from that. But despite the lower temperatures, it doesn’t mean you or your bridal party have to sacrifice your aisle style. It’s time to embrace the season so let’s find out how you can wrap up warm on your Winter wedding and still look ultra-chic…
stylish ideas to wrap up for a winter wedding
Images: Top Row via Style Me Pretty by Le Secret d ‘Audrey | Top Row Right via Greg Finck | Second Row Left via Rock My Wedding by Dale Weeks Photography| Second Row Right via Wedding Chics | Third Row via Rock My Wedding (as before) by Robbins Photographic| Bottom Row Left via The Pretty Blog by Louise Vorster Photography | Bottom Row Right via Junebug Wedding by Cole And Co Photography
If you’ve chosen a wedding dress with the wow factor, you want your cover-up to make sure it still stands out – don’t fret, there are plenty of gorgeous options! We suggest donning a faux fur bolero to keep toasty while maintaining an envy-inducing bridal look. If you’re having a woodland, rustic or boho Winter wedding, opt for a brown or nude faux fur bolero. However, if you want something that is traditionally bridal, a white option will look incredibly elegant. Your bridesmaids will also look the epitome of glamour in matching faux fur boleros and it means they will stay warm during those all-important outdoor wedding photographs. Don’t forget about your flower girls too – they will look adorable in mini matching jackets!
Add a modern edge to your aisle style by rocking a black leather jacket. You could even personalise it by illustrating it with your newlywed name or ‘bride-to-be’ on the back. The best news is that you can wear it with a pair of jeans and heels after the big day!
Keep cosy in a stylish knit and add a dash of luxury to your aisle style in a cashmere jumper. Bridal separates are still big news in the world of weddings, and a white jumper would look gorgeous with a princess-inspired tulle skirt. Alternatively, a soft shawl will look charming wrapped around your shoulders – make sure your bridesmaids are wearing one too!
You may have spotted our feature all about bridal trends for 2018 and we mentioned that capes are set to hit the scene next year. A cape adorned with embellishments and beautiful details will not only look stunning, it’ll help to make sure you don’t get too chilly during your celebrations. It’s the perfect way to add a sprinkling of Winter sparkle to your outfit.
cosy winter wedding wraps
Images: Top Row Left via Hey Wedding Lady by Jo Photo| Top Row Right via Junebug Weddings (as before) by Heather Burris Photography | Second Row via Junebug Weddings (as before) Yeray Cruz | Third Row Left via Grey Likes Weddings by Jenhuang Photography | Third Row Right via Junebug Weddings (as before) by Cat Mayer Studio | Bottom Row Left via Ruffled Blog by Emily G Photography | Bottom Row Right via Style Me Pretty (as before) by Weddings By Nicola And Glen
Don’t be afraid to experiment with colour-popping cover ups. You don’t have to stick to neutral, nude or white shades. If you want to wear a contrasting red shawl or statement purple cardigan, you can! There are no rules when it comes to your aisle style and it’s a perfect way to showcase your fabulous personality.Let’s not forget about your wedding guests. We recommend advising your guests on their invitations to bring layers, but it’s always worth providing a box of blankets, shawls and wraps in case they don’t bring anything. They can also double-up as cute Winter wedding favours.There is nothing worse than being cold on your wedding day, and our range of gorgeous options mean you can still look stylish while staying warm! You can thank us later…

Written by Lottie Dainton


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