Whether you’re seeking a wintry destination wedding, or you call Colorado home, an intimate Winter wedding in the woods is nothing short of magical. This styled shoot in Aspen, Colorado, captured by Mathew Irving Photography, proves that Winter is a wonderful season for a wedding. The two vintage gowns are to die for, too!
Even though it will be chilly, bundle up and sneak outside for a few photos in the snow.
Style tip: Borrow a vintage coat or fur wrap for this special day. You’ll shine in pictures, even when you’re keeping warm.
Shed your coat for just a few gorgeous photos of your gown. A vintage gown is the way to go for this rustic setting! Floral lace and ethereal organza seem to belong among a thicket of white and gray aspen trees.
Mix In Colorful Blooms
Pull in a hint of color with a woodsy bouquet and decorate with elegant antique details, like lace table runners and mixed metallic vases. Vintage furniture rentals are a trend we love! You can bring in special pieces to make unique spaces at your wedding.
Coordinate With Vintage Favors
Although the aspen tree grove setting is stunning, you’ll want to keep guests warm. A lodge or cabin venue is ideal for giving guests a cozy place to gather. Carry the vintage winter wedding theme into the reception with white branch place card holders for each guest. Make yours say “Mr. & Mrs” for your special little table together.
White baroque frames are elegant vintage style wedding favors for guests to take as they go. Fill these practical favors with little love notes and words of gratitude.
Planning Tip: Take one last photo opp as you make your grand exit at the end of the evening!
Photographer: Mathew Irving Photography | Apparel: Areve | Favors and Gifts: Kate Aspen | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Komono | Other Location: Rocky Mountain National Park | Apparel: Rust and Roses | Shoes: Timberland | Veils and headpieces: Violet Bells Bridal | Floral Designer: Whole Foods, Tamarac
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What season is (or was) your choice for your perfect wedding? Share in the comments!