Everyone loves a winter wedding! Who hasn’t dreamed of a traditional winter wedding filled with red and green and snow? Well, this bride and groom took that traditional idea and turned it on its head. From the non-traditional color palette, to the beautifully romantic reception venue, this winter wedding was unlike any other! Read on to see how the big day came together.
The lovely bride went for an absolutely jaw dropping ballgown! Her choice of flowers made her dress pop even more! The mixture of greens and light pinks really made the whole look shine.
The groom looked very dapper in his gray suit and white tie! It balanced exceptionally well with his green and white boutonniere. But his best accessory, by far, was the stunning bride on his arm.
What’s a winter ensemble without a warm wrap? The bride decided on white fur, which made her look like she walked right out of the snow. Her bridesmaids looked absolutely regal next to her in their gray shawls.
Matching the bridesmaids perfectly, the groomsmen wore green ties and light pink boutonnieres!
Gorgeous Reception Venue
With temperatures so low, an indoor reception was the obvious choice! This couple chose to make it more memorable by having it at the Museum of Fine Arts. What’s more romantic than being surrounded by the best art of the ages?
The beaded accents on the tables added some dimension to the classic settings. The textured votives paired well with the beaded table numbers which framed childhood photos of the happy couple! The flowers were the real stars of the tables, matching the colors as the bouquets and boutonnieres and tying the pink and green color scheme together perfectly!
Signature cocktails from the bride and groom are always a trend we can get behind! I mean, what’s more romantic than having a drink named after a place the groom proposed at? I think our personal favorite is the baseball fans dream, The Grand Slam. Having cracker jacks as a garnish is such a creative nod to America’s favorite pastime!
Dancing The Night Away
Nothing ends a beautiful night in a museum like twirling around the dance floor. This gorgeous couple shined brighter than all the art in the museum with their romantic dancing!
Photographer: Sarah & Ben | Dress Store: CC’s Boutique | Floral Designer: FH Weddings & Events | DJ: Grant Hemond & Associates | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: JoS A. Bank | Cinema and Video: Life’s Highlights | Hair Stylist: Michelle Renee The Studio, Hair and Makeup Group | Invitation Designer: Minted | Event Venue: Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg FL | Caterer: Olympia Catering & Events | Dress Designer: Stella York | Event Planner: Winsor Event Studio
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