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Top Winter wedding trends to inspire your big day

There are so many lovely wedding trends circulating the wedding world these days. From warm and fun Summer wedding trends to vibrant Spring trends, there is no lack of inspiration when it comes to creative and unique wedding elements. Winter wedding trends are among the most beautiful, as they create beauty when the world around is hibernating.

You can bring lovely wedding trends to your own Winter wedding. Your day is magical and can be just as stunning and romantic as the love you share with your partner.

Here at I Thee Wed, we know just how wonderful a wedding can be with the right trends. If you are in need of some Winter wedding inspiration, be sure to continue reading to learn more:

·         Baked comfort foods. Keeping warm and staying comfortable are key when Winter hits. You can bring both to your wedding with warm comfort foods. Although comfort food is popular throughout the year, it becomes quite a delight in the Winter months. You can bring warm comfort food to your own wedding menu with dishes such as grilled cheese and tomato soup, a warm cheese course, or yummy individual apple pies.
·         Bead and sequin embellishments. The fashion changes when winter hits, whether it be to stay warm or to complement the changing surroundings. Winter is a time to sparkle and shine, just as the frozen world around you. Bringing dazzling beads and sequin embellishments to your dress, your bridesmaid’s dresses, and other wedding elements, is a lovely way to capture that sparkle within your wedding.
·         White cake with gold accents. When Winter hits, especially in those areas that receive bundles of snow, white becomes the main color surrounding you. The beautiful, untouched, fresh blanket of snow coating the ground is alluring to say the least. You can reflect that within your wedding cake. An all-white cake with dazzling gold accents makes for quite a lovely display that your guests will just want to eat right up.

Winter is a lovely time to host such a romantic event. You can bring the Winter trends to your wedding forming a full seasonal effect. Here at I Thee Wed, we can help create your Winter wedding to be a stunning dream come true. If you are ready to start planning your greater Cincinnati area big day, be sure to contact us.


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