Getting married in winter is magical! At the end of the year, nature opts for simplicity. On a clear winter day we see soft sunlight in a bright blue sky, shining on a landscape of robust, bare trees, preferably set against a fresh layer of snow. Wow!
Yet, unfortunately, there are very few winter weddings. Shame! And that is why we love to show you this beautiful editorial, in which the beauty of cool, wintery colors and robust materials are translated into the styling for a real winter wedding!
Photographer Winni Xu tells: “This editorial shoot was inspired by natural bohemian. The bouquet and all the floral arrangements are made full of fresh and dried blooms, such as playa blanca roses, palm leaves, bleach russian and silver dollar. texture was added to the entire look from the whole wall of creamy silver dollar. With white, gold and light gray color palette, we are aiming for the soft elegant and dreamy look. Meanwhile, focusing on emphasizing the femininity of the bride is also a part of our inspiration.”
Inspired by nature, the team of wedding vendors chose a soft palette of light gray, gold and white. Fresh white roses are combined with dried palm leaves, silver dollars and bleach russian. And although we had to get used to it, the light, wooden roses give a very special, warm atmosphere to the whole. Unexpected, but let’s be honest: we love them!
Moreover, we found this editorial so special that we created a mood board to inspire the color palette and styling of your winter wedding! We call this theme ‘Mystic winter’, just like the magic and the slight mystery of a light and clear winter landscape.
Enjoy this inspiring editorial and pin the mood board to inspire your winter wedding!
Photography: Winniflick Photography | Floral design: Peachwood Wedding & Event Design | Hair & Makeup: Tang Makeup Studio
Discover more inspiration for a winter wedding or view a real wedding in: A winter wedding at Kasteel van Hoen.
Would you rather get married in a different period? On our blog you will find inspiration for every season!
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