Host a Frozen Fairytale Wedding at The Lake House

November 3, 2018
Host a Frozen Fairytale Wedding at The Lake House

The thought of planning a winter wedding may send a shiver down your spine, but they are often more magical than any frozen fairytale you’ve heard before! 

In Calgary, winter blankets the city for approximately 6 months of the year. Although the snow doesn’t settle for quite that amount of time, the lower temperatures and shorter days lend perfectly to cozy comforts that are perfect for complementing your dreamy wedding celebration. 

Escape to a winter wonderland within the city and say “I Do” at The Lake House, a restaurant overlooking Lake Bonavista. Follow along as The Lake House shares their top reasons why you should start planning a snow-covered winter wedding:

In the winter months, enjoy a roaring fireplace decorated with winter florals and candles. Exuding rustic elegance, this magical centerpiece will set the scene for your entire wedding day, and your guests will appreciate the warmth. Along with the gorgeous stone fireplace, you and your guests will also be able to enjoy the ornate elk chandeliers and fantastic views of the surrounding frozen lake. 

Photo: Stephanie Couture Photography, Florals: Flowers By Janie

While the majority of summer brides worry about how to sweat-proof their makeup and avoid overheating in scorching summer temperatures, winter brides play the cooler temperatures to their advantage. Without having to worry about rain, wrap yourself up in warm stylish fur capes or coats, and share a cuddle with your future husband under snow-covered trees. Flakes in the air are perfect for adding a touch of glitter and sparkle to photos, the icing on the cake to capturing the true winter essence of your day!

Venue: The Lake House
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