• Sharlene Russell

Winter Wedding


I seriously toyed with the idea of getting married in Winter, a roaring fire, lots of twigs, berries and a rustic cabin feel. Summer was the winner however though I still think about how adventurous a Winter wedding would have been. I love the idea of an ivory long sleeved gown sparkling with crystals, a fur cape, deep rich coloured bouquet and a reception with a log fire, lots of dancing, laughter, warm hearty food and mulled wine. Some venues offer a Winter rate which means you can get a great deal and can spend the amount you save in other areas - like flowers! Make your venue lush and cosy, hire sofa's and chair's to lounge in, add a rug, loads of greenery and you'll have a party to remember...


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image via graceloveslace.com.au photo by Pixie Bella Photography flowers & styling by Covet & Gather/Coco & Confetti


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