Brrr! Winter wedding ideas to keep your guests warm !
BY The WMG Bride | 17 Nov, 2014 | 261 views | 2 min read
Tieing the knot in December/ January where the temperature dips low and the foggy, misty evenings add to the chill in tha air? While as a bride, your adrenaline will get you through without feeling a thing, there is nothing more uncomfortable for a wedding guest than wearing their favourite, lightweight chiffon anarkali in the freezing cold. These adorable winter wedding ideas will ensure they keep warm even with the mercury dipping lower every minute
Source:PinterestHot Chocolate/ Coffee counter Having a seperate counter for different flavours of Hot chocolate or Coffee is not just a good idea to keep warm but its super yummy as well. Mocha, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Caramel- so many different flavours of our favourite hot drink to keep you warm at your wedding and who wouldn't want to wrap their hands around a jar of hot chocolate?
Source: Bridal GuideGloves kept on chairs around the Feras When the gathering gets smaller and its just your close family gathered around for your feras, keep warm black gloves handy on each seat around the fera for everyone to slip into. Freezing fingers no more! Shawls as Mehendi Favors Feeling chilly? Ask your guests to grab a shawl . If you are doing this for a mehendi then these could even be your mehendi favors for your guests to take home
Source: BridalguideWaiters with Chapsticks While your waiters do the rounds serving food, keep a little section on their tray for distributing vaseline/ chapstick. Because no one likes cracked lips- specially at weddings. Besides, this would be a great wedding favour for your girls on your mehendi as well. Scented chapstick in the winters. Yes please. Mushroom Heaters Mushroom heaters have been gods gift to Indian weddings and If you are throwing an outdoor winter wedding then you MUST invest in atleast a couple of these . Make your own barbecue station with grilled tikkas and kebabs Not only is a live 'Tikka Counter' super yummy, having a couple of these stationed around the venue will ensure people flock to these to keep themselves warm Also Read: Winter Wedding outfit Ideas for the bride