Winter wedding dresses

There are no bar­ri­ers to true love! And if you decide to start a fam­i­ly, then strong snows and winds will not inter­fere with you. Even in such a cold and uncon­ven­tion­al sea­son for wed­dings, many cou­ples get mar­ried.

A win­ter wed­ding is like a fairy tale, with a kind prince and a beau­ti­ful princess. The princess at the wed­ding, of course, is the bride. And the bride’s out­fit should also be appro­pri­ate for the fab­u­lous­ly win­ter mood.

When choos­ing a dress, you need to take into account many details, and we invite you to sort out win­ter options for wed­ding dress­es togeth­er.

Dress fab­ric

In the win­ter col­lec­tions of wed­ding dress­es you can find a vari­ety of mate­ri­als. This is vel­vet, and bro­cade, and taffe­ta, and satin, tra­di­tion­al for wed­ding dress­es, where with­out it. It is pos­si­ble to list the fab­rics encoun­tered for a very long time. As for the col­or of the dress, then you can give free rein to your imag­i­na­tion. What­ev­er col­or you choose for your dress, it will look amaz­ing against the back­ground of white snow! In win­ter wed­ding dress­es, fur trim is often used (cuffs, dress hems, bodice). This dec­o­ra­tion empha­sizes the spe­cial win­ter style of the dress.


Now let’s talk about those details that actu­al­ly dis­tin­guish win­ter wed­ding dress­es from sum­mer ones. Name­ly, about a vari­ety of capes and clutch­es.

Cape or bolero

Such details that com­ple­ment the wed­ding dress are made of fur or fab­ric. They are very short jack­ets, with­out sleeves, but with round­ed sides. The shoul­ders in them are usu­al­ly closed, and the neck­line is bare.

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Capes and boleros can be fas­tened or tied, you can choose the option that best suits your dress.

Jack­et or short coat

The length of fur jack­ets or short coats is most often to the waist, there are sleeves. There are mod­els with clasps, there are with­out them.

Coat or fur coat

Suit­able for cold win­ters, or if you plan a long walk on the street. Fur coats are sewn from both nat­ur­al fur and arti­fi­cial fur. The first ones make your out­fit tru­ly lux­u­ri­ous, as befits real princess­es. Buy­ing a nat­ur­al white fur coat is not very prac­ti­cal, but for­tu­nate­ly, there has been a rental ser­vice for such things for a long time.


Such an acces­so­ry is no longer inher­ent in princess­es, but in real queens. In a warm muff, your hands will be reli­ably pro­tect­ed from the cold, and will not become red and cracked from frost at the most inop­por­tune moment.


A very unusu­al, but very styl­ish acces­so­ry that pro­tects your head from snow and wind. Rab­bit or white fox fur is suit­able for its man­u­fac­ture.

Short winter wedding dresses

Many brides mis­tak­en­ly con­sid­er short dress­es to be exclu­sive­ly sum­mer options. Mod­ern design­ers have long been suc­cess­ful­ly prac­tic­ing short styles of dress­es for win­ter wed­dings. In order not to freeze in such an out­fit, pick up boots to match the dress, put on a cape, and hide the han­dles in the muff. Why not a princess?

Winter wedding dresses for pregnant women

If the bride is get­ting mar­ried in posi­tion, then, giv­en the wide range of wed­ding dress­es, the win­ter ver­sion will not be dif­fi­cult to pick up. Of course, you do not need to opt for short mod­els, they will look, to put it mild­ly, not beau­ti­ful. It is bet­ter to con­sid­er mod­els with a high waist and with­out a corset.

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When buy­ing a win­ter wed­ding dress for a preg­nant woman, you need to con­sid­er that it should be warm, wind­proof, and it is bet­ter to buy a long fur coat as a cape. The health of the expec­tant moth­er comes first.

Shoes for a preg­nant bride should have thick soles. And for a restau­rant, you can pick up a replace­ment pair, already more ele­gant and com­fort­able.