December 16, 2020
For snow-loving couples, winter can be the perfect setting for the wedding of your dreams. From a snowy venue to a holly encrusted wreath on display at your wedding reception, the frosty weather makes the perfect background for the wedding album of your dreams. Whether you capture holding hands in a snow-covered field or a few candid moments during the ceremony, winter offers plenty of creative ways to capture the season of goodwill for your beautiful wedding.
Underneath the Mistletoe
Nothing quite says winter like a mistletoe dangling above your head, so why not embrace the tradition of the season with a romantic shot of you and your beloved kissing under the mistletoe. It’s a beautiful way to capture the emotion of the day and memorialize the season you became a married couple.
Full of innocence and energy, a Flowergirl can be the emotional centerpiece of your big day, so make sure you capture their youthful smiles and their beautiful dresses on the big day. If you use winter-themed accessories such as a berry floral crown or a rose corsage, the photos will look stunning.
Let them eat cake
It’s no secret winter is associated with large tasty feasts and an array of sugary snacks. Capturing your beautiful cake is a must-have shot, especially if your cake designer has embraced your winter theme. Decorated with flowers and surrounded by candles, this shot can epitomize glamour, romance, and elegance.
Due to the plummeting temperature, winter weddings are mainly indoor affairs, we recommend capturing the décor. if you’ve chosen a winter wonderland be sure to capture the centerpieces, chair styling and wedding favors on display, not to mention the bespoke stationery. Alternatively, winter weddings are the perfect season for a black-tie dress code. The décor for such a day is going to be something you want to remember, especially the small finishing touches.
Snowy Wedding Picture
If you’re lucky enough that Mother Nature has given you the gift of snow on your wedding day, you need to capture your winter wonderland aesthetic. Whether it’s an intimate shot of you and your partner with snow falling around you or the entire wedding party relishing in their real-life snow globe experience, a snowy wedding photo is a dream come true. If snow does fall, we recommend a large family photo during the day-time and during the extended evening celebration, get a photo of the married couple alone for winter romanticism.
Alternatively, if snow doesn’t arrive on your wedding day, you can still enjoy an outside photo with the seasonal decoration your venue will have. However, if you’d rather stay inside for the photography, cozying up by a roaring fireplace perhaps with a glass of mulled wine and blanket will embody the warmth of any winter wedding emotion.
Whether you choose to take the photos outside or start with the candid shots when you’re getting ready, make sure you take necessary precautions for the weather. Umbrellas will protect your hair in between outside shots and a warm coat or glamourous faux fur bolero will keep you from freezing on the big day!