Post # 1
So we’re actually getting married the week before thanksgiving this year instead of May 2014 as originally planned. I already brought my dress and shoes but I am worried about staying warm since we wanted to take pictures outside. I really want to find something that won’t clash with my dress, and I was completely planning on being a warm weather bride. Ideally, I would never have had a fall wedding.
Post # 3
I’m getting married in February at a ski resort, and I’d like to take pictures outside, so I need to figure out something really warm. I’d love to do a pretty stole, but it could be -10 degrees out, so I think I need something like this:
but I don’t want to spend $600!
If it’s not too cold where you live, I think one of these would be nice:
I hoep we get more suggestions. I’d love to find a used faux fur, and I figured that lots of brides would be selling them, but I haven’t had much luck searching.
Post # 4
@CrazyCatLady13: I can’t see your dress. 🙁
We’re marrying in March (obvs), and I have a fox jacket for just in case:
Post # 5
I am having a bolero made along with my dress of the same material. I had debated about getting a faux fur stole or jacket, but it didn’t work with the look I was going for.
Post # 5
yes how are you keeping warm brides?
Post # 6
We did photos after the ceremony outside in the 20 degree temps. I didn’t wear anything to cover up. That gorgeous gown was a lot of money and I wanted to show it off! I think I was so caught up in the happy moment with my husband that I didn’t even feel the cold. That and the fact that I live in the snow belt and brutal winters are no big deal to me.