There’s just something so romantic about a winter wedding. Maybe it’s the lush textures, the snow on the ground, and the chill in the air that gets us all warm and fuzzy inside. But whatever it is, there’s no denying that this pretty wedding by Melissa Schollaert Photography has it all. We’re loving all the fun textures in the tablescapes and the perfect winter palette of blue, white and purple. Click here for even more.
From Melissa Schollaert Photography…The week of Lydia & Ben’s Wedding, there was a freak snow & ice storm in Atlanta. The city was completely shut down all week while a thick blanket of ice & snow covered the city. But, towards the end of the week the ice started melting, but we were lucky enough to have some snow left which really added to this festive winter wedding.
The wedding was held at the very modern High Museum of Art. The bride was so elegant in her Priscilla of Boston gown with delicate fabric flowers and a fur shawl to complete her look. The bridesmaids wore stunning teal, floor length gowns while the gentlemen donned their own tux’s for the occasion. The decor was beautiful and included florals in whites and icy blue’s to complement the modern design of the museum.
Wedding Photography: Melissa Schollaert Photography / Venue: High Museum of Art / Hair + Make-up: Van Michael Salon / Cake/Desserts: Frosted Pumpkin / Caterer: Legendary Partners / Wedding Coordinator: Watermark Weddings / Band: Party Nation / Wedding Dress: Priscilla of Boston / Floral Design: Tulip / Groom’s Attire: Personal Attire / Jewelry: Bride’s Personal Vintage Collection / Lighting: Active Lighting / Bride’s Shoes: Stuart Weitzman / Stationery: Martha Stewart for Crane & Co. / Bridesmaid Dresses: Priscilla of Boston / Bride’s Earrings: Bride’s Personal Vintage Collection / Bride’s Clutch: Kate Spade