Your Guide to Winter Wedding Planning

Planning a wedding is no easy task. In addition to finding the perfect dress or tuxedo, deciding who to invite, and selecting a delicious catering menu, there are many other details that must be taken care of before the big day. A winter wedding can be beautiful and uniquely elegant, especially when you have the right party supplies to accommodate your event. Read on to learn what you need to know about planning a winter wedding.

Wedding bouquet laying on ice

Though it doesn’t snow very often in Austin, winter is still a lovely backdrop for a wedding. Even if there isn’t any snow on the ground, you can evoke a wintry feel using colors like ivory and black in your décor, including your table linens. A hint of shimmer will give your wedding a glamorous feel, and a few pops of colors such as deep reds or royal purple will keep things playful.

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you have to spend all of your time indoors. Having an outdoor  wedding in the winter  is a unique and fun twist on your special day. Your ceremony may be brief, but be sure to provide chairs for your guests. For your reception, consider keeping the festivities outside and rent a party tent. You can customize the tent with your own lighting ideas, and keep things warm with heaters so your guests don’t have to don their winter parkas for the evening.

Your wedding day is one of the most memorable occasions of your life, and it is due in no small part to your friends and family who gather together to celebrate your new life milestone. As a token of your appreciation for their presence in your life, consider giving winter-themed party favors for your guests to take home. You could personalize white or red candles, or bake gingerbread cookies and place a small bag for each guest at every seat at the reception.

No matter what time of year you decide to get married,  American Party Rental  of Austin has everything you need to make your day a success. Call us at (888) 717-7301 to find out how we can help you with everything from table linens to chairs to dishware and tents.