To help you out, we checked in with wedding vendors and financial experts across the country to uncover the top items that couples forget to think about when allocating their wedding finances.
From timing to budgeting to breaking in your shoes, here are some tips the experts really want you to know.
The festive season lends many details for a true winter wedding — evergreens, snowflakes, icicles, sequins, the list goes on. Not only does this lead to a bit of décor magic, but winter weddings are also budget-friendly as they’re held during the off season. From holiday touches and cozy receptions to glam tablescapes and neutral palettes, these ideas will help you dream up your own personal winter wonderland.
Long gone are the days of the traditional white wedding cake. Today, more and more brides and grooms are opting for a cake that reflects both their personalities and the wedding’s theme or sizing down on the cake size to incorporate a more diverse sweets table. The result? A dessert that is stunning, unique, and modern. Think personal patterns, metallic accents, artsy adornments, marble frosting. We could rave on about these beautiful touches, but why don’t you take a look yourself?
You’ll be showered with happy wedding day wishes, but you don’t need to settle for the traditional rice toss. Set up a trendy toss bar made special with a few of these novel ideas.
If I had to pick a favorite season, it would undoubtedly be winter with its festive celebrations, playful designs, and enchanting holiday spirit. Planning a wintry-inspired wedding is quickly becoming my newest obsession, so I put together some ideas to hopefully inspire other brides as well. From oh-so-gorgeous ceremony aisles to bouquets filled with pinecones, welcome to your very own winter wonderland!