10 Tips for Throwing a Winter Wedding

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Photograph by Trevor Dixon.

Saw this little roundup today of 10 things a winter bride should know, and thought we’d share because 1) we just love a winter wedding here at PW, and the season is nearly upon us (yay!), and 2) because there are some great things to think about in here. Scattered among, well, less necessary points (“You don’t have to use snowflakes”) are ones a winter bride should actually consider when it comes to planning out certain elements of the day, like photography (the sun sets really early in wintertime; leave some time before an outdoor first look and your ceremony so you can warm up) and venue logistics (everyone will have loads of crap with them, and the floors will be soaked).

So take a look and take note when planning out winter-wonderland wedding (whew, say that three times fast) timeline.


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