5 Simple tips for an organised winter wedding


Winter weddings can be truly magical, but there are certain inevitable issues that come to mind with weddings which are held in the darker months. Whilst we are still in the midst of summer, we are conscious that some of you may currently be organising a winter wedding. Don’t panic though, because we have got it covered; all of these problems are small but totally avoidable if you prepare beforehand. To help you out, we at wedding car hire have put together a few tricks to ensure that your winter wedding goes off without a hitch. So, get your pen and paper ready, you will want to take note of these…


Purchase some winter accessories

It may be cold on your wedding day so it is a good idea to invest in accessories which will keep you warm. These could include a faux fur shawl, a veil, a cape or a chic cardie. Alternatively, opt for a long sleeve wedding dress.


Velvet chic for the men

A velvet blazer is ideal for both the groom and groomsmen. The fabric is lovely and thick which is ideal for keeping the guys warm, plus it is perfectly on-trend.


Add romance with candles

During the winter it can become dark quite early and so you should embrace this and incorporate some candle light in both your ceremony and reception space.


Keep guests warm

You should consider making an effort to ensure that your guests are comfortable and warm when they arrive. A hot drink on arrival will certainly be appreciated and it is a nice, yet simple gesture.


Avoid Convertible wedding cars

While having the roof down of a convertible car is ideal in the summer, it certainly would not be a great idea during the winter months. Soggy hair and runny mascara is not a good look for your wedding photographs. Instead, opt for one of our other warm, luxurious motors here at wedding car Hire.

There are numerous other things to consider incorporating into your winter wedding. Some of these include umbrellas for the predictable British weather and adjusting your photo schedule for more light.