Post # 47
Honestly, I haven’t even thought about how to keep the water hot yet! lol I’m thinking probably bigger coffee pots and maybe finding a way to decorate them so that it doesn’t look bad, I’m sure there’s a way that you could drape fabric around them and what not, I’ll have to ask my fiance’s grandmother as she does a halloween party every year and serves hot chocolate outside 🙂
Post # 48
@cmoest: I’m planning a winter wedding that sounds like it’s right up your alley. Comfort food and candles and warmth… no winter wonderland weddings here 🙂
We’re doing a cream/tan/gold/black wedding with red accents.
If you want, PM me and I’ll send you links to my Pinterest wedding planning boards.
Post # 49
I really like the champange color, I think it would go good with the warm look im trying to get.
Post # 50
Loving all the ideas on here — thank you ladies! Our venue is is kind of industrial/warehouse-y with open brick and wrought iron chandeliers..the icy winter look won’t do, so we’re going cozy and intimate (or as intimate as 150 people can feel…) Yay for cozy winter weddings!
do you have a picture of glowing epsom salts…that sounds really interesting and easy…I like easy…
LOVE LOVE LOVE the baby’s breath idea!!
Post # 51
I don’t currently but I can take a photo when I get home, it’s super easy and looks amazing
Post # 53
WOW your wedding is beautiful and you dont even look like your cold in the outside pictures with the snow!
Thanks for sharing 🙂