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WeddingPath (weddingpath.co.uk) – the UK’s best loved wedding website. Discuss all of the new bridal fashions and trends whilst building your own free online wedding website.

One: Winter and the festive period
Consider a less-is-more approach to your colour palette, silver and white with crystal accents can add some serious glamour to your winter wedding.

Two: Black and White
The elegant black and white winter wedding is very classy and is a popular trend for 2009. Why not ask all of your guests to wear black and white whilst the bride stands out in a bold burgundy or sumptuous fabric.

Three: Calligraphy
Using stylised lettering or creating a monogram of your initials is a real growing trend in the industry.

Four: Going Vintage
This eco-sound and vintage trend has seen us through 2009. A vintage theme or even just a couple of vintage touches is great for your budget.

Wedding-1Five: The Dress
Ball gowns and long gloves are back in style in 2009 and a winter wedding is the most appropriate time of the year to step into this look of opulence.


Six: Pared Down Wedding Cakes
Wedding cakes have gone through a series of trends, in many cases being disassembled entirely. The layered wedding cake is back or may be opt for a personal touch with smaller cakes.

Seven: Beverage Additions
A welcome touch on winter bridal menus has seen the addition of hot chocolate with marshmallows, winter Pimms, hot cider and other warm winter favourites gaining in popularity.

Eight: The Flowers
Consider fuller flowers, such as white hydrangeas and soft ranunculus. White boutonnieres can be handsome when they’re accented with greenery.

Nine: The Décor
Glowing candles heighten the drama; bring in the icy outdoors with ice-carved vases on your reception tables.

Ten: Favours
Try new treat ideas to send your guests home satisfied. Give out small packages of chocolate-covered cranberries or roasted chestnuts.

Eleven: Honeymoons
A winter wedding can segue perfectly into a snowy escape. Embrace the season and rent a cozy log cabin for a week in Lake Placid.

Twelve: Your own wedding website
Like these ideas? On average 70 brides a day are signing up to Weddingpath.co.uk. WeddingPath is the ultimate tool for building your own free wedding website at the same time as giving you access to vast amounts of online information including vendor’s lists and suppliers.

Words by Lea James

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