Finding the perfect wedding colors to go with your season is hard, but these lavender and maroon shades have always been a favorite of mine for winter weddings.
This is one of the most elegant cakes I have come across. The maroon mixed with the gold and deep green are beautiful and really give that cold winter feeling. When your on a smaller wedding budget and don’t have $500+ to spend on a huge cake, going with something along these lines will give you just as much of a wow factor, but a way smaller price.
I love this arrangement of greenery and bits of red. The earthy feel of the leaves mixed with the warm bold red hints, captivates the viewers attention right away.
For winter weddings it can be a bit more difficult to come up with photography ideas, but the easiest way to come up with some pictuure inspiration is to think about winter involves. When i think of winter i think hot chocolate, the fireplace, sledding, building a snowman, or setting up the Christmas tree. Pick some holiday traditions for yourself, and then have a shoot planned!
Ohhh honey, if I have a winter wedding the first thing I will be looking for is a beautiful fur shall. It captures the fluffiness of winter snow, while wrapping you in comforting warmth on your big day.
Winter weddings offer a ray of specialty drinks to choose from. There are dozens of hot drinks to warm up for guests on your cold wedding night. Some of my favorite include : Apple Cider, Hot Chocolate, Eggnog, and coffee.
Simple yet extravagant.
I have always adored long sleeve laced wedding dresses. They have a classic / royal presence. For the groom, you cant go wrong with a strong deep blue tux.