I’ve always thought there is something ultra glamorous about a winter wedding. It’s the perfect chance to use luxurious textures like feathers, furs and heavy brocade, and to overuse white as much as possible! Think mulled wine or hot spiced cider as your signature cocktail. Add some sparkly accessories, a pair of elbow length white gloves, cozy bridal shrug, a little metallic decor here and there and voilà! This winter bride had a wealth of pretty winter accessories, a lot of which were DIY including the lovely brooch bouquet below. And if you’re marrying somewhere cold, why not take the chance to have a snow-filled trash the dress session while you’re at it?

Winter Wedding

How pretty are the spray-painted twigs, and so simple to DIY. And that cake? Gorgeous. Metallics mix so well with a white and gray palette to add that lustrous touch, and the brittle texture of painted twigs and adamantine gems is the perfect counter to a delicate feather shrug or fur wrap.

Winter Wedding Inspiration

Hairpiece: Weddingbells | Gold Twigs: Popsugar | Brooch Bouquet (DIY): Photo by Claire Morgan via Fly Away Bride | Snowflake Chandelier: Musings | White Bridal Shrug: Halfpenny London via Love My Dress | Shoes: Giuseppi Zanotti; Photo by Amy and Stuart via Brides | Cake: Photo by Elizabeth in Love; Cake by The Caketress

6 Responses

  1. Sukey

    This is wintertime elegance at its best! The whole board perfectly captures the combination of quiet beauty and mystery that accompanies a snow fall.

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  2. Lauren

    We’re on the same wavelength today! Winter weddings are so magical, aren’t they? I love the shimmery grays and golds. This is a beautiful board.

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