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Keep Warm and Look Chic at Your Wedding

A fall wedding can be nice in the crispy outdoor air, warm sunshine and leaves scattering everywhere. However, if the day becomes cooler or windier than anticipated, you don’t want people wanting to seek shelter inside. Read on for how you and your guest can keep warm when the weather turns.

1. That’s a wrap.

A nice warm scarf or wrap to throw over your shoulders will keep you warm and still stylish. To celebrate your new name change, get it monogrammed with your new initial. Other than that, keep the style clean–you don’t want it to take away from your dress!

We like: Personalized 60″ Cashmere Scarf, $40, myweddingfavors.com


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For favors, you can pile gloves and scarves on a table or in a basket by the entrance so they can grab one or both if they catch a chill later in the night.

We like: Warm and Cozy Personalized Scarf and Glove Set, $48, myweddingfavors.com


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2. A Tight Fit

You don’t want your bridesmaids to freeze if they’re wearing tea-length dresses or shorter. Gift each of them with a monogrammed scarf (like the one you’ll be sporting) and also a pair of soft (and secretly super warm) fleece-lined tights. It’ll have them looking sleek and feeling cozy all day.

We like: Jennifer Kim Plush Fleece Lined Tights, $35, Shopbop.com


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3. Warm Hands, Warm Heart

To keep hands from freezing, gift guests with antique-designed hand warmers. Unlike drugstore versions that give out in a few hours, a chrome version like this one can go all day (about 8 to 12 hours). It’ll keep them toasty from ceremony to reception.

We like: Pocket Hand Warmers (set of 2), $20, restorationhardware.com

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1 Comment

  1. Lori

    I was in a wedding in May, unfortunately it was cold and rainy and an outdoor affair. My gown was silver and I had a very hard time finding a shawl to match the silver or even to find an accent color to match the flower girl, she was wearing cobalt blue. Thanks for the post.