However, a winter wedding in a location such as Lapland in Finland, Canada, Sweden or Norway is a winter wedding that will leave you with truly unforgettable memories. Just as two snowflakes are never the same, neither should two weddings, and a magical winter wedding could be the wedding you’ve always dreamed of.
A winter wedding is truly unique; the snow combined with the awe-inspiring scenery will really bring the romance and happiness that a wedding really needs to be memorable. Whichever destination you choose, you’ll be treated to a beautiful wedding day, each destination offers a slightly different package that can be changed and tailor made to suit your requirements exactly, because after all, it’s your big day so you’ll want it to be absolutely perfect.
So first of all, what are the ceremony options? The ceremony is one of the most important parts of any wedding, so you’ll want to ensure that you create the right ambience and feeling to the setting. Winter weddings have a lot to offer on the ceremony front, giving you a range of different ideas that will give you a wedding that none of your guests will ever have experienced before.
If you like it simple, a chapel wedding is available to you; most chapels in around your chosen destination will be set in a picturesque clearing within a forest, and can be decorated with flowers and candles to give a really stunning visual.
If you want something a little different, then an ice chapel or igloo would have to be the perfect choice, there has always been something eloquent and magical about getting married in a chapel or an igloo made completely out of ice, and it’s a setting that creates a magical feeling as the ice glistens, even the altar is crafted from ice!
Created by only the very best constructors of ice, an ice chapel or igloo is a fantastic and unique way to tie the knot. But the wonderful thing is that you can pretty much get married wherever you like, you could even had an outdoor ice altar if you wish, simply find the location and work can begin, just picture the scene as you walk through a forest to be greeted by an ice altar covered in flowers and candles constructed in the middle of a frozen lake, bliss!
Once married you can move on to the reception hosted in a snow and ice hotel, fully equipped with an ice bar and restaurant for a party you’ll remember for a lifetime! Or, if you want to get away from the ice constructions, and your wedding is set in Lapland, why not enjoy a more traditional Lappish celebration in their Reindeer park, where you and your guests will be led to the park by candle light where you can enjoy traditional games, hot drinks and only the very best food.
And finally, for your wedding night, you could enjoy the upmost luxury in one of the glass igloos. These igloos really are a true luxury, situated in the very heart of nature, they are fully equipped to cater to all your needs and even includes a motorized rotating bed, allowing you to follow the stars above all night long. The main reason this is such a popular choice has to be because it allows you to marvel at the stars above, you may even catch the northern lights, and being caught in your igloo during a snowstorm has to be one of the most memorable experience you could ever witness, an absolute must for your wedding night location.
If you wanted to keep up the ice theme, you could spend the night in the bedrooms made of ice and snow, a truly unique place, situated in several places in various destinations. The intricately sculpted architecture and art work within will amaze you, and the rustic touches are just what you need to feel right at home.
If you want to be different than the other 299,999 couples getting married this year, do it in style with a winter wedding, a truly unforgettable experience that you and your guests will never forget.