How To Create A Warm And Cosy Winter Wedding
Nov 27, 2020
There’s no denying that the colder season is moving in and with December ahead we naturally start to think about how we can make the spaces in our homes feel warm and inviting whilst the frost settles on the ground outside. Winter weddings and events are very much the same, it’s all about creating that atmospheric setting that will ultimately set the mood for your guests as soon as they enter the room.
The Deer House
Introducing you to the newly restored Deer House… part of the 200 acre parkland at Swinton Park, placed within the heart of the deer park that’s home to 200 Fallow Deer, overlooking Swinton Park and the rolling Yorkshire hills.This is perfect for those seeking somewhere truly out of the ordinary, for either a daytime wedding breakfast or an evening barbecue celebration. By day, enjoy the parkland setting with ancient trees, wide skies and views over the castle and Home Lake. By night, enjoy the magic and romance of a candle-lit setting, with torches to light the way and glowing braziers to ward off the evening chill. Top tip – To add warmth to your styling consider using varying tones of a particular colour or introducing different textures that will provide a layered feel like here! Sheepskin throws over the benches instantly add a striking look against the industrial table.
Top tip – Using clear glassware to hold your candlelight will allow the light to be reflected off the surface and enhance the glow!
Top tip – To make your guests feel extra cosy, why not switch out the champagne for mulled wine at your winter wedding or set up a hot chocolate station with marshmallows!