How to create warmth and ambience for a mid-winter wedding

In the bleak mid-winter, when the nights draw in early and the temperature outside is frosty, there are some great ways that you can create a warm and cosy atmosphere for your special day. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Outdoor fires

If you are wanting to make the most of snowy and wintry scenes outdoors for some of your wedding evening, you can keep warm with patio fire pits. Make an activity out of it by providing marshmallows on sticks that your guests can toast and enjoy.


A beautifully cosy ambience can be achieved indoors with the use of some festive candles. A variety of styles and shapes, including slim tapered candles, carved decorative candles and chunky pillar candles, will provide warmth and a romantic lighting glow for your wedding.

Hot drinks

Some lovely warming drinks, such as deliciously sweet hot chocolate, warm apple cider or mulled wine, will keep your guests toasty during your mid-winter wedding. Add a variety of drink toppings, such as whipped cream or chocolate chips, for added flavour.

Seating areas

A comfortable and cosy lounge area is ideal for a winter wedding. Furry throws, plump cushions and blanket coverings will ensure your guests feel snug and warm.

To book one of the top winter wedding venues in Cheshire, talk to one of our dedicated wedding planning experts at Delamere Manor today. We will be happy to chat to you about available dates for 2021.

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