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Can you believe it's nearly Christmas?
Only a few more months to go and it will be Christmas again. Time to start snuggling up in front of a cosy log fire, time to start wrapping up warm and time to be really romantic!
And, what a fabulous time of the year to get married if you are one of those lucky brides tying the knot over the festive period. If itís good enough for Tom Cruise, then itís good enough for the mere mortals amongst us too!
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No doubt your wintry gown will be adorned with beautiful jewels and beads that will reflect the romantic candlelight of your evening reception. Perhaps your pretty bridesmaids will be dressed in shades of red, burgundy or plum? If this is the case, then your wedding theme really needs to reflect the Christmas spirit. There are plenty of ways your big day can be merry without being tacky.
Drape tables in gold organza with cream table linen or silver organza with crisp white table cloths. Go for dramatic centrepieces in golds and reds. Holly berries and ivy will also give a festive twist to table decorations.
Let guests play with party sparklers and poppers to make the occasion jolly and give children Father Xmas or Snowman favour boxes. Place shiny gold Christmas wedding favour boxes at adult place settings and fill them with scrumptious metallic confectionery. Or why not be really festive and give guests a pvc cracker with gold trim favour box?
Scatter tables with red rose petals interspersed with angel foil confetti or keep it cool and wintry with ice blue and white table confetti. If you are going for an ice queen theme, napkins could be tied with blue and silver ribbon and finished with silver snowflake shapes. Maybe you could ask your florist to make table decorations with dyed blue flowers mixed with silver foliage.
If you are really going to town, you could hire a fake snow machine and arrive at your reception by sledge; now that would be the ultimate in cool Christmas wedding style!
About the Author: Emily Tanner is a writer for World of Wedding Favours Ė superior quality wedding favours and expert advice.
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