It’s officially the first day of winter and we have made a realisation. Winter weddings are way more romantic than their warmer counterparts. Hear us out.
It’s the season of faux fur, blankets, fire pits, marshmallows, long sleeves, bridal boots, dark flowers, moody candlelit venues, mulled wine and crisp nights. There’s something unexpected about winter weddings – as though for some reason, we expect them all to happen in spring and summer. And because there’s not as many of them, everyone seems to go wild and seriously kick up their heels.
Anyway, words won’t do this topic justice. We thought we’d share a collection of winter wedspiration to show you what we’re talking about, starting with the atmospheric smoke bomb above, captured by Ben Adams.
Winter wedding = gorgeous long sleeve dresses. Captured by And A Day.
Winter weddings = fire drums. Bespoke ones with the couple’s names and a hand-drawn portrait of them carved out. Captured by Still Love Photography.
These dried herbs strung from a roof would look amazing for a winter wedding. Bet they’d smell beautiful too. Via Once Wed.
We love an indoor ceremony as much as an outdoor. This glamour is pretty much the perfect combo of pretty and industrial. Via Pinterest.
Even sparklers look better in winter (maybe). Captured by Stories by Ash.
Snuggling in blankets is always nice, but snuggling in blankets with friends and family at a massive celebration? Need we say more. Featured on 100 Layer Cake.
THIS is why you should wed in winter. Captured by Stories by Ash.
Winter weddings give you even better excuse to gift your hubs-to-be with something brilliant like these socks. Captured by Sarah J Photography.
Winter weddings get to use pinecones. Via Wedding Goal.