Post # 1
When I originally got engaged, I wanted to have a summer wedding but now I would like to have a winter wedding. The dress I originally seen online that I was interested in wearing for my wedding day, I’m not sure would work for a winter wedding. (It’s the last picture) I seen a few more dresses that I thought might work for a winter wedding. My favorite is the first dress, and the fourth one. Opinions, what would work best?
Post # 3
If you’ll be indoors in climate control the whole time I don’t really get the “winter wedding” difference… other than an excuse to get a beautiful luxurious mini cape for the walk to and from the car!! 😀 Buy whatever dress makes you feel like a goddess, without worrying too much about the season… AND a mini cape that makes you feel cozy and cute.
Post # 4
I’m having a winter wedding and my dress isn’t that far of dress #2 so I vote for that! Put up a poll!
Post # 5
I think you can use any dress as a winter wedding dress. You could always add a shawl to be more covered outside.
Post # 6
Number one by far, and I think with the right accessories could be beautiful for a winter wedding. Some photos outside with a wrap or cape would be lovely. There is a thread on here somewhere that give examples that people have used.
This is a fantastic resource I could never have planned my wedding without it.
Post # 7
I really don’t think you have to worry about a winter dress. It’s all about the accessories.
Post # 8
If the dress makes you happy then it doesn’t matter what season it is. It’s your wedding day you should wear what you feel amazing in.
Post # 9
I think any of those would be fine. I like a bigger skirt personally and think that would look amazing in some snowy pictures!
Post # 10
The first one seems the most classic winter wedding to me, or maybe something like the 4th one with a fancy shawl or something
Post # 11
NUMBER 1!!! All the way!!!!!
Post # 12
What would make them more appropriate for a winter wedding to me would be the fabric. The 3rd and 4th look to be made of a heavier material, while the others look too summery to be worn in the winter.
Post # 13
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
My dress is most like #3 and I’m getting married in the winter! I love that dress and probably would have chose it whenever we were getting married… but I’m glad it’s in the winter because the satin fabric is HOT! I put it on last week and it was 80 degrees outside. TERRIBLE!
Post # 14
i agree with most pp… its about what you accessorize with, most dresses can be worn anytime of the year.. the only expection i think is a flowly beachy dress..unless it was winter and you were getting marrried somewhere hot.
Post # 15
@Pinkmoon: I agree! I think that a bigger skirt will go more with the winter theme.
Post # 16
and thank you ladies!! I’m leaning more towards dress #1!!