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Winter Wedding Ideas

Posted by Emily Davies on

Looking for winter wedding ideas? Look no further winter brides! This styled shoot is bound to give you plenty of ideas for your winter wedding. If you are planning to get married at Christmas, read on for venue decor ideas, stunning wedding dresses and wedding bouquet inspiration. 

 

The styled shoot took place at the stylish Lobby 1867 in Wakefield and was the idea of Lam Peretti, a Yorkshire wedding photographer specialising in capturing those special moments on your wedding day. 

We had dresses from Bridal Reloved in Wakefield who sell new, sample and pre-owned designer wedding dresses. If you are looking to have a more eco-friendly wedding day, maybe a pre-owned wedding dress could be the answer (and you could bag yourself a bargain too!). 

The veil our beautiful model wears is from Quinlan Couture Bridal who create custom wedding veils and made to measure designer accessories. 

The stunning festive wedding bouquet and Christmas inspired table decorations were from Smitten With Flowers. Such rich colours work perfectly for a winter wedding and this bouquet proves you can have a truly stunning bouquet using British seasonal flowers. 

 

The stationery was from Love Paper and fitted the winter wedding vibe perfectly. 

 

 

Weddings in winter can often require boots, but check out these incredible boots from House of Eliot. Absolutely beautiful! 

 

For the perfect wedding favours for your winter wedding, why not check out my range of luxury lollipops? They're a sweet treat your guests will love and are available in a wide range of colours and flavours to suit your needs. They come in compostable packaging and have paper straws, making them perfect eco-friendly wedding favours too. 

I hope this post has given you some ideas for a winter wedding, and don't forget to check out my Pinterest board full of winter wedding ideas

 

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