Wow, I just can't believe that winter is here! Yesterday it was really a great day for us, because the first snow just fell down and it was magical! Just imagine that I live in a very woodsy place and how the night lights and snow work togheter! The views from the hills are just amazing, like fairytale, and while I was watching and making memory photos of this gorgeous view, I immediately thought at a wedding place right there, in the middle of the woods, where the first snow has just settled! I know, the guests would be freezeng out there, but I guess that a photoshoot with the groom and bride would make a perfect wedding album! Well, I do believe that my ideea is not that original and many couples have already thought of doing that, especialy those who are marying this winter season. The magical white whiter theme for weddings are very beautiful and if there is snow, well, there will be some great pictures! But, as cool as it sounds, as hard as it gets for the bride to get a dress that will fit the icy-cold winter temperatures, but as usual, I have comed here today, to show you guys the wedding dresses 2016 you need to look for if you are interested for a wedding placed in the winter. If you want to look like the Snow Queen, then you should option for a lace dress, with fine handmade embroidery, with a long train and sleeves decorated with patterns just as snowflakes or little ice flowers, to make the dress fit perfectly the decor just like this:
And now that I've made you visualise it, here what I've been thinking: if you have decided to do a trash the dress photoshoot in the freshly snow, then you should be thinking about wearing a cape made of sinthetic hair, of a tulle jachet to make you feel not only comfortable, but warm and elegant. A pair of gloves made out of silk are a great deal, so don't forget to use accessories! They would look fabulous on you! And what concers the dresses, here is what I've been looking for:
This last dress that I've saved for the ending, is just the perfect one for our winter themed wedding. It is made out of precious lace applyed from the collar to the corset, has long sleeves and a full A-Line or empire skirt if you prefer to say it so, of the finest tulle. The asymetric style goes just as matched with the image of shattered ice from the lake that looks when frozen, like a glass, so yes, deffinately a good match! I have already fallen in love with all these vintage lace wedding dresses that are now available at low prices at LandyBridal that just filled up all the collections with the newest entries from our top designers demands. If you are interested in finding other winter wedding theme details, you can go online and search for almost everything you need, but if you want a special dress, then you should go just on LandyBridal!