ATLANTA, GA, January 14, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Now more than ever, couples are setting the date to say their vows during the winter season. The temperatures may be warmer in summer, but nothing beats the sheer beauty of a white wedding set against a backdrop of freshly fallen snow.
The Atlanta wedding rentals
company, Event Rentals Unlimited, is pleased to provide tips for making your winter wedding one guests will remember for years to come. Bring your ceremony and reception to life this year, even if the weather gets cold.
Tie the Knot in Wintry Bliss
The general rule for any wedding is to decorate it in a style that complements the season. For winter, the Atlanta party rentals experts suggests starting with the invitations. Snowfall in Atlanta is rare, but thanks to the wonders of the web, you can craft creative, personalized invites. One cool idea is to spell out you and your fiance's name, along with the date of the wedding, in snow.
When it comes to the venue, nothing looks better than a warm hearth and a blazing fireplace. Instead of serving traditional snacks at the reception, try to incorporate seasonal specialties such as s'mores, cider and hot chocolate. A must-have addition to the latter are heart-shaped cut-out marshmallows to tie in the day's theme of love and marriage.
According to Tim Dodd, General Manager of Event Rentals Unlimited, "There are many unique ways to capture the beauty of your winter wedding. If are longing for an outdoor venue, but do not want guests to freeze, our custom tents are the perfect solution."
Event Rentals Unlimited has a huge selection of chair and table rentals in Atlanta
. For more information, visit them at http://www.erultd.com/
.About Event Rentals Unlimited:
Event Rentals Unlimited was created to offer top-quality products and customer service, giving clients an elite event. Their team works with you to determine your every piece of equipment you need to make the vision you have for your perfect night become a reality. Their experienced professionals let no detail go unnoticed.
To learn more, visit http://www.erultd.com/