While summer weddings do get almost all of the attention, there are plenty of brides out there who think there’s no setting more romantic than a blanket of snow. And why not? Rich seasonal colors make this a great season for weddings.
A winter wedding is the perfect opportunity to add some wintry elegance to your hairstyle with satin ribbon headbands embellished with tiny sparkling gems. Satin ribbon headbands are a novel choice for the bride who wants to subtly stand out. These lovely, feminine bridal headpieces feature embellishments like Swarovski crystals, pearl and rhinestone accents, and delicate metalwork on soft satin ribbons, but offer every bit of the versatility of other headband choices.
Take for instance, the Antique Silver Rhinestone Ribbon Headband. It captures the essence of ethereal beauty in this embellished halo of sparkling rhinestones and genuine Austrian crystals strung along an ivory or white satin ribbon.
Another great option is the Bella Satin Ribbon Headband. This is a stunning ribbon headband encrusted in dozens of radiant rhinestones. A unique and versatile accessory, it’s right at home in a classic or vintage-inspired wedding, or as a touch of “something old” to a more modern look.
No matter what your bridal style, there are some satin ribbon headbands that will make you feel like a princess.
Winter weddings have all the beauty of frost on a window pane—delicate lace outside, with warm comfort within. What’s more elegant than snowflakes outside, and small touches like lots of candles, lush, soft textures—like velvet, chenille, or tweed—for your décor? This creates a cozy reception and evokes feelings of warmth. Another great idea is to bring the best of the season with winter wedding favors and catering ideas—let your winter menu feature in-season comfort foods, but make sure that whatever you serve, the meal leaves your guests feeling warm and full. They will appreciate this toasty treat. A decked out coffee bar with extras like whipped cream, cider or hot chocolate will also be sure to warm everyone up. And consider having your ceremony and reception at the same location to avoid travel issues related to the winter weather.
Love the idea, but still not convinced? Winter weddings tend to be less expensive since winter is definitely considered the off-season by most.
That’s it! The rest is up to you! We have attended winter weddings that have turned out to be some of the most beautiful and memorable weddings, so we know how wonderful they can be.
So would you or have you considered a winter wedding? How about satin ribbon headbands? Would you dare to be different? Tell us in the comments…we’re curious!