{Friday Find} Warm & Cozy Wedding Ideas

Warm and Cozy Wedding Ideas From Martha Stewart Weddings 

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Cozy knitted ring pillows lend warmth to a winter wedding.

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Hot Cocoa

Collect just the right ingredients for to warm guests. Start with a large container of hot cocoa and a bag of mini marshmallows, measuring them out into individual serving sizes and placing them in small cellophane bags. You can also include two mugs, each filled with a pair of new, cozy socks.

A Winter White Wonderland Wedding 

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Abby spent many family vacations in Beaver Creek, Colorado, and always knew that she would get married there some day. But even though she and her future husband, Cliff, had dated since high school in Mobile, Alabama, she didn’t initially peg him as the groom. Four years of long distance on-again, off-again later, they got serious. She moved back to Cliff in Mobile, and a year and a half later, he proposed.

Abby wasn’t fazed by the prospect of long-distance wedding planning, and with the help of a planner, the couple pulled off a glamorous ski-lodge wedding, with bursts of metallic gold to play off Colorado’s snowy landscape.

Check out even more warm and cozy Winter Wedding Ideas at Martha Stewart Weddings.com

Be Merry, 

C & C

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{Tuesday Tip} In a Timely Manor

With 2013 coming to an end we wanted to remind you that planning ahead and giving yourself plenty of time will make the planning process so much more enjoyable.

We recommend that you finalize all your wedding details 10 days prior to your wedding.

Finalizing your timeline and wedding details in a timely manner allows to relax with family and friends during the remaining days leading up to your walk down the aisle.

 

 

 

Be Marry,

C&C