How To Keep Warm In Your Wedding Dress

Wedding dress
May 2016

Winter weddings can be absolutely gorgeous! More and more brides and grooms are looking forward to cosy receptions, gorgeous photographs and cheaper wedding venues and set up prices. The only problem with having an almost perfect winter wedding is staying warm in your wedding dress on your special day. Here are a few tips to ensure that you keep warm:
















Purchase a big dress

Wearing lighter, breathable fabrics are ideal for summer; in winter, you can buy that ball gown dress you’ve always dreamt about. A lovely Pronovias Prasa dress is a perfect wedding gown for winter. It has a gorgeous dropped waist and a lace bodice with a beaded sweetheart neckline. You are bound to look like a winter queen in this beautiful gown.



Opt for thick material

Wedding dresses that are make from organza, tulle, satin and silk are ideal for summer as they feel cooler and lighter on your skin. Thick satin and velvet are heavier, warmer materials that will ensure that you are warmer on your special day.



Find a dress with sleeves

Sleeves are definitely back in bridal fashion. Not only can delicate and beautiful lace sleeves add an elegant look to your bridal outfit, but they can cover up your arms and keep you warmer. If you do, however, already have your eye on a sleeveless dress, opt for removable sleeves.



Wear closed bridal shoes

Wear bridal pumps or closed heals to prevent your feet from feeling cold. You’ll be able to find elegant shoes that are comfy enough to wear throughout the entire night.



Purchase a wedding skirt

If you have a short wedding dress in mind, purchase a wedding skirt. This will ensure that you keep your legs warm for most of day, and, when you’re dancing at your reception, you can whip it off and enjoy the rest of the night without it!