Post # 1
We are getting married on January 2, 2010 in Boston … that means freezing cold temperatures and a potential blizzard outside. Now we of course are crossing our fingers for a lovely dusting of snow the morning of our wedding and mild 40 degree evening — but that’s just not likely!
I’m beyond excited for our special winter wedding but a bit frustrated because I have such a hard time finding great inspirational wedding photos that are indoors! All the gorgeous weddings are spring/summer weddings with lush green backgrounds. Don’t get me wrong I am excited to attempt to run outside in the snow in my gown with my Uggs underneath but what if we are absolutely stuck indoors?! Can you ladies post some of your favorite indoor photos? Specifically bride/groom portraits and wedding party or family photos. I have a lot of ideas for tables and decoration, but it’s more the portraits that I’m lacking inspriation with.
Post # 3
Oh my gosh, you have to surf my photographer’s portfolio for great winter wedding shots… I’m at work and can’t surf her right now, but when I get home I’ll post some links for you. Fear no more… You are going to have the most beautiful wedding. When we renew, it’s definitely going to be winter!
Post # 4
Thaanks!! 🙂 Can’t wait!
Anyone else have any winter inspiration?
Post # 5
No winter inspiration from me, my wedding is February of next year, so I’m just as anxious to see these pictures!
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Post # 7
You just have to find some fabulous shrug or coat to wear with your dress so you can get outdoor shots. Don’t let the cold keep you from getting the shots you want!!! You can get a faux fur wrap…very elegant.
Post # 8
I was married on Jan2 of this year! Being in CA, we didn’t have to worry about blizzards, but it was freezing having our bridal party pictures taken outside (at CAL). I did feel glamorous wearing a fur wrap though. I’ve also seen some brides wear a bright yellow or red coat to make it pop in pictures.
I was pleased to the the decor exactly the way I planned. I had white Christmas lights on the wooden beams above and candles of various heights on all the tables – no lights turned on.
It’s funny that I say all this since I always wanted to be a spring bride growing up. But I have no regrets and loved trying to create a cozy and warm atmosphere amidst winter romance.