Post # 1
I am having an early fall wedding, the ceremony will be outside. In the event of a colder day, what is popular to wear with your dress to keep warm? Pictures please!!!
PS I am a vegetarian, will not wear a fur or fur mocking cover up
Post # 3
What about velvet ?
I don’t know where you’re from ; I can tell you that here in Québec it’s snowing today and we’re already wearing winter coats. When it goes -30 outside just like it might for our wedding in January, our best choice when it comes to warmth is still wool, fur and down/feathers coats. Or imitations, which are cheaper. So I’m definitely wearing a faux-fur or wool coat since our ceremony is outside, too !
The problem with polyester and other materials for coats is that is doesn’t really look good with a wedding dress, they’re more sporty. :/
Post # 4
a cute cardigan? i’ve seen a lot of brides rock them in a cute colour!
Post # 5
What about a satin or velvet cape? I have seen some lovely pictures of brides in those for winter weddings
Cardigans are cute too
Post # 6
I was going to go the cardigan route (since I wear them on a regular basis) until my SIL made me a gorgeous shawl. It was the perfect cover-up for later in the evening when I got chilly.
Post # 7
Here are a few ideas. I’m getting married in winter and I’m a vegetarian too. I’m wearing faux fur though. I like the look of fur, but not the cruelty.
Post # 8
bolero jackets are very popular!
Post # 9
I wore a cardigan during some of our pictures 🙂
Post # 10
@Cory_loves_this_girl: Such a cute photo. The lilac really pops against everything else that is white.
Post # 11
I”ll be wearing a cardigan if it’s chilly (getting married in Florida, so hopefully it won’t be!). I’m think something cute and beaded, but I haven’t picked anything out yet.
Post # 12
- Wedding: October 2014 - Church
@SimplyEuphoric: Your wedding is in early/mid October? Depending on where it is you are located you may be okay in a bolero or wrap. I will need to figure that out as well 🙂 Butnot until after I get the dress … Then again if it is anything like the beginning of this October it will hopefully be nice enough thattheweather won’t be areal problem.
Post # 14
Bumping! Winter bride over here. I’ve never owned a fur coat. (I have nothing against people who wear them, it’s just not my forte.)
For the time being, I’m planning on wearing a cardigan for being outside, unless something else catches my eye 🙂
Post # 15
You guys all have great ideas! Keep posting!!!
I love the cardigan idea, would totally go with my off beat eclectic style!
For those of you wondering, I am in MI, so the weather is really iffy any time of the year!
@NauticalDisaster: AHH snow! I don’t even want to hear that word! We have had “freezing rain” so far, and I must say as a kid I do remember some snowy halloweens! I’m close to detroit
Post # 16
@SimplyEuphoric: Then I’d go with the cardigan OR jacket whichever suits your style best. You’re lucky you get to wear something ”light” to keep you warm ; I must say this will be quite a challenge for me at that time of the year, lol ! But even if I spend the whole winter complaining about the cold, I actually love snow. When I woke up yesterday and saw everything was white outside, I was all happy and excited like a kid. I can’t help it, it feels (and looks) magical and romantic. 🙂