Bridal beauty tips for a winter wedding

Winter wedding can be a beautiful and magical day, but it is important for the bride to think about her dress and makeup ahead of the big event.

When the date is set, the wedding invitations have been sent out and the venue is full of flowers, the bride and groom-to-be will undoubtedly be hoping for the perfect weather on their big day.

Blue skies, warm sunshine and not a cloud in sight could create a wonderful atmosphere as the couple leave the church under a shower of confetti. What is more, the wedding photography is bound to turn out well if the weather is fine.

However, getting married in the sun is not for everyone and tying the knot on an icy-cold winter day could still be a charming, memorable and beautiful event.

A frosty morning can provide a memorable yuletide backdrop as the bride wraps up warm in a jakcet and heads to the wedding venue for her big day.

Finding the perfect wedding dress may be something that takes a little longer if the ceremony is held in the colder months, as the lucky lady will have to keep out the chill. One way to do this could be for her to cover up her shoulders with a small jacket to match her gown.

Coral’s Bridal would like to suggests have a matching shawls, capes and boleros as great ways to complete a winter wedding look.

Before the bride dons her wedding dress for the big day, she will also want to make sure that her makeup is perfect and this needs to be given some consideration if there are likely to be cloudy skies adding atmosphere to the big day.

While the bride may want to use bronzer to add a warm, summer glow to her complexion on a sunny day, a cooler palette with rose-coloured blusher could tie in perfectly with a winter wedding.

People need to know what suits them when it comes to applying makeup and we believes that “just as each season brings the chance to make changes to our wardrobe”, makeup should also be adjusted to suit the occasion.

Similarly, choosing the perfect hairstyle can also be important for a yuletide ceremony. With winter often comes rain and wind and to ensure a carefully-constructed ‘do will not be ruined by the elements, a bride might want to choose a classic bun.

Buns  are “a true classic” that never fail to impress. Whether a low 40s-style chignon or a sleek ballerina bun with a decorative flower is decided upon, it could be the ideal, fuss free way to get hair looking perfect for the occasion.

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