Photo from Anna & Charles' intimate vegan ice skating wedding by Lindsey Kent
By show of hands, who's planning a winter wedding? Ooooh, are you in for a fun time! Winter weddings offer a romantic aesthetic that's all their own — the landscape, the festive time of year, the weather potential (yeah, counting that as a plus!), and let's not forget the fashion potential!
‘Tis the season, so I scoured Offbeat Bride's archive of winter weddings and found gorgeous bits of inspiration for your solstice/New Year's/holiday/snowflake-themed wedding.
Winter weddings offer some unique bouquet creations. Have fun with yours!
Going to the (ice) chapel, and we're gonna get maaaaaaaarrried.
Honeymoon in Iceland = hot springs surrounded by gorgeous snow.
Just because it's winter it doesn't mean it's too cold for some pre-wedding billiards outside!
A wedding is a perfect excuse to throw a kick-ass New Year's Eve party.
Don't be afraid of snowy photos! Just keep that blowdryer handy.
Beautiful coats and castles in the background for a classy winter elopement.
You will not get a better opportunity to snow tube in formal attire.
Because BIG FORMAL WINTER CAPES.
Oh my. Match your coat's buttons to your bouquet? SQUEAL!
THE most festive wedding carriage ride ever? POSSIBLY.
Cute lil hedgehog wedding cake, anyone?
Just. Just. One big “awwwwwwwww!” for this mom and dad's winter wedding!
What's your winter wedding going to look like? Strewn glittery snowflakes everywhere? Ice skating in formal wear? Skipping the cold altogether and say “I do” on a sunny beach? Tell me what you've got in mind!
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We’re getting married January 3rd! Keeping it warm and cozy in an Irish pub with a bunch of whiskey barrels as our background. It’s all about food, drinks and warm low lighting. For centerpieces, my grandma dried her many many hydrangeas and then I spray painted them gold and silver. So cheap!
These pictures here make me want to have a winter wedding all over again…
Wedding Dress with fur cape:
Here’s a real picture of the cape:
And in case you want to use flowers to mimic snow falling for your winter wedding:
So Pretty…..it might almost be worth how cold it must have been….
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