The wedding dress is one of the most important parts of the wedding other than the case. The bride gets her princess moment looking dazzling in the special gown she chose for this memorable day. However, if you are getting married during the winter the filmy confections that you would normally wear would leave you freezing as you went to and from the church. Fortunately there are ways to stay warm and still look fabulous for your wedding this winter. Here are some suggestions that may be of help.
Try to find gown and coat combinations. If you look carefully you may be able to find gowns that work with this combination. If not here is how you can cobble one together for your nuptials. You will need to find a wedding gown that has a simple design. Your preferably want to go with gown that doesn’t have shoulder pads and has either reasonably short sleeves or short length ones. You can try to find a simple floor length coat that you can match with your gown for effect. You can try finding online or if you can’t find one, you can hire a local seamstress to sew one.
Another interesting idea would be to accessorize your gown with a cape. This can add a novel yet quaint look to your bridal ensemble that few other brides would be able to match. Also you would have more than adequate protection from the cold. The best part is that a cloak is much simpler to make and likely easier to procure at a retailer or boutique. This way you would be able to get the best of both worlds and also get a look that ties in perfectly with a winter theme.
One other option that you can do is to use knit shawls in place of the normal veil. Using a shawl has the advantage of allowing you to still enjoy a low necked dress when you get inside and give you protection while you are outside. Another option would be to use a fur stole. This will match you winter wedding theme to a tee. Of course if you are opposed to real fur you can always replace it with faux fur production