Winter Wedding Shoot Inspired by the Mountains
February 17, 2016
Winter Weddings
I might be in the minority, but I am such a fan of the winter months. And winter in the mountains? Well, that's my dream. So I love seeing talented folks like Live View Studios and Michelle Wright Events embrace the beauty of the season in a way that reminds me once again why I love this season. Oh, and the florals from Amy Lynne Originals? Don't even get me started. Too good. See more winter pretty in the VAULT.
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From Live View Studios...The barren, neutral backdrop of winter in the mountains was the canvas for this warm and vibrant wedding inspiration. Drawing from the natural terrain and simple living in the mountains, a wood table and mismatched chairs were set for dining with a dusty blue silk runner spilling over from the tabletop, mimicking cascading waterfalls and rushing mountain streams. Fire, in the form of candlelight, brings romance and also inspires the bold color palette. Touches of gold, from the candlesticks to the gold goblets at each place setting, invoke elegance and tie in with the natural tones from the hops used in the floral centerpieces and bouquet. Velvet and silk ribbons fall gracefully from the bride’s lush bouquet. The cake with it’s delicately torn edging pairs perfectly with the handmade paper from the invitation suite, and is embellished with fresh blooms and fruit. Our bride is gorgeous in a lace and chiffon Sarah Seven dress adorned with a gold and silk belt and dripping crystal and gold earrings designed by Lindsay Marie. Her beautifully braided hair is accentuated with a gold and crystal headpiece, and like the fog that rises and shrouds the mountains, her stunning veil wraps and pools around her and her lover as they embrace.

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