Winter Wedding Trends
Signature Cocktails for the Bride and Groom have now shifted to warm drinks like Hot Toddies, Mulled Apple Ciders, and Spiked Hot Chocolate
Color schemes transform into rich crimsons and dark purples. Floral arrangements embody these deep, full bodied colors along with large lush greenery
Creative Centerpieces – Instead of lavish floral arrangements, the focal pieces are elegant potted trees, ferns, or bare branches draped in decorative leaves and jewels
Food and Beverage Pairing not only for Entrees and Wine – Passed items for your cocktail hours and after parties; mini tacos with margarita shooters, pretzel bites with craft beer samplers; caviar spoons and vodka shots; churros and mexican hot chocolate; warm chocolate chip cookies and milk shooters
Warm and Cozy Winter Wedding Desserts – French Apple Tart, Pecan Pie Éclair, Cranberry Pie
Embellished Bouquets - Bridal bouquets transform into stunning accessories with additions like vintage brooches and touches of crystal
Bridal Gowns have the winter addition of lace sleeves or fur boleros; accented with a bridal party in all white or black
Groom’s Fashion can’t be neglected. The popularity of deep navy tuxedoes flare up in the winter season
Couples have changed the typical reception layout of large rounds and opted for long rectangular table or a mixture of the two complete with lounge areas.
Why do you have to choose between a DJ and a Band? Bride & Grooms are now combining the two, either splitting the time or combing strings and jazz instruments with DJs to get the best of both worlds.