An intimate Winter wedding can be minimal and beautiful. Most times couples think of red and greens when planning their winter wedding, but I find incorporating more deep tones of burgundy and blue can be equally, if not more beautiful.
An winter setting with dark ceramic can be made warm and inviting with mixed candle holders in brass ceramic and glass. When combined with natural linens, whimsical floral designs, brushed silver cutlery and coloured stemware the tablescape becomes an intimate wonderland. Being intentional with the placement of each piece on the table can ensure a more enjoyable experience for a couple and their guests.
Have a look for yourself and tell we what you think. If you want to know where all of the beautiful items originated from, you will find those details below the last image.
Captured by Nicole Lapierre at God’s Mountain Estate in Penticton, British Columbia.
Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist & Planner: White Event Studio | Floral Designer: Celsia Floral | Floral Supplier: Monterosso Imports | Dress Designer: Tara Lauren | Rentals: White Event Studio | Venue: God’s Mountain Estate | Hair & Makeup Artist: Jenny Mckinney | Workshop: Boheme Workshops hosted by Vasia Photography | Ribbon and table runner: Stella Wolfe | Chairs & Tables: A New Leaf | Caterer: Joy Road | Calligraphy: Flourish Calligraphy
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