Inspiration

Winter Wedding Inspiration

The winter months are mostly a “down” time for the wedding industry, however there are many reasons to consider celebrating your big day during the chillier months. The snow-covered ground is a beautiful backdrop for your photos.

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Jaclyn and Josh Irwin were married in December of 2014 at The Barn at Boone’s Dam in Bloomsburg.

Evergreen wreaths and roping, along with pine cones and berries make for beautiful decor and floral arrangements.

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Photo provided by Antiquity Photography
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Photo provided by Antiquity Photography

 

Fur jackets, shawls, hats or muffs are a fashionable way to stay warm during the chilly season.

Kenny and Alys (Mingle) Blake were married in November in Williamsport.
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Shannon Pyle models a Maggie Sottero dress and fur shawl at Bride’s Bouquet in Selinsgrove.

Glittery or sequined accents can add some sparkle to your outfit or decor, especially for a New Year’s Eve affair.

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Photo provided by Antiquity Photography

Blankets, especially knit or flannel, are a nice treat for your colder guests.

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Blankets were available for guests at the October wedding of Amanda and Taylor Wolfe in Selinsgrove. Photo provided by Katelyn James Photography

Hot chocolate bars are a unique twist on dessert or can be used as a late-night snack to warm up guests before they leave for the night. More winter wedding ideas include being transported between your ceremony and reception by a horse-drawn sleigh, a velvet jacket can be used to make your groom stand out, jewel-toned bridesmaids dresses look flattering on almost everyone, boots keep your toes warm while staying fashionable, ice sculptures and snow-globes make great centerpieces, and winter is the perfect time to serve comfort food for your guests.

Jaclyn Irwin along with her bridesmaids.
Jaclyn Irwin along with her bridesmaids.

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