Post # 1
I always find my self absolutely in love with all of the spring/summer/fall wedding photos…but I never ever see any winter wedding photos on which to feast my eyes.
I’m getting married this February and I would love to see what other brides have done (I live in Michigan, so I anticipate it will be snowy). Are any other winter brides out there feeling neglected? Anyone have some pictures to share?
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Miss Champagne posts lots of winter wedding inspiration! Check out all her posts:
Specifically, here are a few about winter weddings:
Winter Wedding Inspiration Part 2: The Classic Snowflake!
Winter Wedding Inspiration: The Festive Celebration!
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
mrs. butterfly wore an adorable faux fur wrap for her winter nuptials!
Post # 5
- Wedding: February 2009 - Small church ceremony with mountain-view log cabin reception
oooh I have so many pictures to share- will you have a snowy winter wedding?? Where is your venue?! I’ll be posting soon more about winter ideas. Yay for another winter bride!
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2009 - Beach Social Hall
I love the idea of a winter wedding. Too bad it doesn’t snow in Florida 🙁
Post # 7
I am a winter bride — January 2010 — and I cannot find ANY winter inspiration! (Besides you Miss Champagne!) I will be having a snowy winter wedding in Boston and I am desperate for any and all inspiration. I was so excited to get the Martha Stewart Winter edition in the mail yesterday only to find not one single snow flake in the entire magazine!!
Share share share your inspiration!!
Post # 8
Snippet and Ink and Ritzy Bee blog have had some great winter wedding inspiration photos and inspiration boards in the past few weeks. Check them out.
Post # 9
I’m a winter bride in Georgia, so my chances of snow are few, but I still have tons of beautiful, wintry images saved. I’d be happy to email some to you!! Message me and we’ll share!
Post # 10
I was a winter bride too! Snippet and Ink definitely had some good inspiration. I think I also browsed Style Me Pretty and Martha Stewart. It was easy for me because I knew I wanted it simple (no artifical snow brought in) and lights galore – hanging and on tables. I wish I could have had a fireplace for the smores station…