How to stay warm at an outdoor wedding
Whether it’s because the rates are cheaper or the vacation days lined up right, a cooler season are a wonderful time to have a wedding. The fall foliage can provide a beautiful backdrop and the seasonal menu options give you tons of options.
In Napa Valley, the temperatures can get down into the forties once the sun drops down below the Sonoma Mountains. We’ve put together some stylish ways to make sure your guests stay warm and cozy when they’re celebrating your love.
These DIY Hand Warmers are cute and useful!
A big basket of blankets makes for an impressive visual presentation – while remaining a practical favor for chilly guests.
Winter wedding favors found on The Sweetest Occasion show all the ways you can display a hot cocoa bar at your big event.
Jamie Oliver’s recipe for Mulled Wine could be a spicy, cozy way to keep your guests toasty at the end of the night. You could make an adorable favor — these gorgeous little mulled wine bags – for your guests to take home.
The world of patio heaters has changed over the last few years. You can now find heaters more hidden from sight. Or, ones that look like giant lamps. Your rental company should have some great options, but remember you’ll want one heater for roughly every 20 feet of space.
Cozy, cool weather weddings are fun to attend, and with such an unusual option of stylish options, you can keep your guests cozy late into the night.