You’re a newly engaged bride-to-be with a high sense of fashion and a love for all that glitters. When should you plan your wedding celebration? In the dead of winter. Yes, you read that correctly. “But it’s too cold,” you argue, “and way too dreary for a wedding of style.” True, it’ll probably be too nippy for an outdoor celebration; but chilly weather aside, there is not a season more perfectly suited to glitz and glamour than winter. But don’t just take my word for it . . . check out this styled shoot from Fearon May Events! A frosty palette of navy, silver, and white was used throughout the decor, from the sparkling tables linens, the chiavari chairs bedecked in satiny ribbons and cushions, and the sequined drapes enveloping the elegant scene. But the true masterpiece of the design? A jaw-dropping tree centerpiece for the main table, its long, silvery branches adorned with tea lights, white orchids, and rhinestone snowflakes. These fabulous photos of winter wedding brilliance are brought to you by Carmen Salazar Photography!
Be sure to use crisp, elegant fonts for your wedding papery. Try incorporating images such as snowflakes for an extra seasonal touch.
This four-tiered cake from Sweet Cakes by Rebecca was decorated with an edible silver foil and creamy branches made of white chocolate.
Go for a look of class and luxury with your bridal gown — a lacy, open-back dress with a glamorous, wintry headpiece! This Araceli gown was custom-made by Miosa Bride.
Shoot Designer: Fearon May Events | Photography: Carmen Salazar Photography | Venue: Arden Hills | Tree Centerpiece & Drapery: JCD Atmospheric Studios | Floral: Angie Zimmerman Designs | Lighting: Extreme Productions Entertainment | Place Settings: Celebrations Event Rentals | Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Catering: Elaine Bell Catering | Papery: Bella Vita Invitations | Cake: Sweet Cakes by Rebecca | Bridal Gown: Miosa Bride | Hair & Makeup: Salon Cabochon