A Sparking Winter Wedding
It’s still chilly around the country, but for this particular wedding, the couple endured a windchill of -32 for some gorgeous outdoor photos for this divine winter wedding! This wedding was filled with exquisite attention to detail. Sequin and crystals complimented the cold temperatures for the perfect winter wonderland! Read on to see how this couple kept warm on their big day.
Becoming a Bride
As the bride got ready for the big day, it was hard not to admire every single intricate detail of her wedding dress.
Cold Hands, Warm Hearts
The party went outside, despite the cold, to take advantage of some gorgeous photos in the snow. While you could tell the bridesmaids looked pretty chilly, they looked absolutely stunning in their silver sequin gowns, complete with white fur wraps!
The bride and good seemed pretty warm wrapped in each others arms though.
Because the couple’s friend and family were far too many for a small rural church, they decided to exchange vows at a vintage theater. The theater is rich in history with ornate draping, dramatic stage lighting and cozy theater chairs to boot!
Winter Wonderland Reception
The reception venue was transformed into a winter wonderland dream come true. The reception tables varied from tall vases with dripping crystals and silver sparkling branches to overflowing vases of white roses and hydrangeas.
Sparkling evergreens surrounded even more crystals and platinum snowflakes filled the room to create the perfect chilly atmosphere!
Decedent snow covered cupcakes where the dessert of choice for the evening! To add to the winter wonderland, little edible pearls and plastic snowflakes where added to the tops of the cupcakes.
The couple did opt for a little wedding cake to cut, complete with a sparking silver cake topper!
Dress Changes & First Dances
At the reception, the bride changed out of her ornate flowing ballgown into a sassy, rhinestone fitted dress to dance the night away. The perfect end to a happy beginning!
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