WINTER WEDDING DRESSES
As Christmastime nears, we turn our thoughts towards beautiful winter wedding gowns for those married in the season of frost, twinkling lights, and also the smell of pine needles. Christmas is a fabulous time for weddings as churches and venues happen to be dressed up with festive florals, Christmas trees, wreaths, and bows… saving you a number of your all-important budget.
For a winter wedding dresses gown, we recommend considering something with sleeves, a higher back, thicker materials, layers along with a frosting of sparkle. Here our award-winning designer FeelTimes Infantion recommends a number of her favorite pieces in the latest collection.
"Devan is my favorite selection for a winter wedding. Made from Mikado it's one of the warmer fabrics and contains a beautiful sheen for reflecting light from candles and Christmas tree lights. The sleeves and collar can give extra warmth for outdoor photos and also the whole look is classic, timeless and feminine." She says.
"Next, we now have Walterina, which is from my Victoria Jane Collection. We shot these photos in January also it was cold – we'd blanket on standby for that model in-between takes! This piece includes a slightly Edwardian feel into it with the high lace back, sleeve detail, and eliminate train. It is created using a soft crepe which means this gown is ideal for winter weddings and also the long sleeves and covered back can help you stay warm too."
"For girls attempting to stand out in the crowd in an exceeding couture style gown, they have to try on Derina! It is a truly decadent look that has turned our customer's heads in the previews. It includes a sheer lace bodice and sleeves, a fully covered feather skirt along a sheer having a row of covered buttons on the high to the waist. This is the dress that everybody will remember and discuss for years to come!"
"Another lustrous Mikado gown is Doliana, made with elegant winter weddings in mind having a twist of vintage. She is a wonderful full ballgown with cuffed bateau neckline which forms a small v-neck towards the back. The look is completed with bridal covered buttons towards the hem along with a sparkly silver belt. A good seamstress could attach some faux fur towards the collar for any luxurious wintery look."
"One thing I must tell our brides-to-be is the fact that whatever look you would like, you could have it regardless of the time of the year! Speak to your seamstress and appear online at winter weddings. If you would like something slinky and sexy, you'll be able to. Many of our sheer bodices include detachable lining and stoles to keep you warm, you may also add a bolero, jacket, or cape to pay for your arms."
Thanks, FeelTimes! We will cross our fingers for many flurries of snow on your wedding day for many wonderfully memorable photographs! You can follow FeelTimes on her behalf very own Instagram for the latest news, designs, and behind the scenes.