As the cool weather comes in with its shorter days, you may find yourself curled up around the fire with the one you love. Wrapped in warm blankets next to a fire pit, fingers intertwined and holding tightly to one another. Dreaming about your future together.
Let’s dream together about your wedding. A winter wedding could be the warm and breathtaking season you didn’t even know you had been looking for to capture a unique classic and cozy wedding day.
A winter wedding provides the setting for textures and hope. A feeling of comfortable elegance moves over us like a crisp breeze through the air of your wedding day.
Imagine your wedding gown full and around your shoulders a knit shawl providing a touch of comfort and ease. Possibly, a long-sleeved, high neckline dress with the deep swooped back that brings in a class that thankfully Audrey Heparin passed on to us.
Your guests can warm themselves with hot cocoa, coffee and grandmothers homemade pie while you and the lover of your soul dance under twinkle lights twirling around branches and garland arching over your heads.
Can you feel it?
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We love the deep shades a winter wedding has to offer, and the textures you can add from steam wear to garland twirled with twinkle lights.
Homemade pies could provide a way for your families to join you in uniting your two families.
Simple touches of dark greenery can bring a grounding in nature and class.
Who says you can’t have s’mores indoors?
Reclaiming the classic wedding arch will help you create a focal point that draws on the traditions of your ancestors in a unique way.
Offering a warm blanket to your guests may bring a cozy finishing touch to your evening.