Getting married in the winter? In snow perchance? Lucky you. Winter brides are celebrating in the coziest and most intimate of times when family and friends are gathered for the holidays. Add to that a wedding and you can go wild combining the holiday and nups inspirations here . . . .
Make the most of tartans.Plaids have a winter feel because of the wool factor. Becoming synonymous with Christmas, tartans can be worn or used in decor. They always conjure the holidays for me . . . .Tapestry plaid via Stella de Libero//
//Bouquet via Shell and Chinoiserie
///Tartan table cloth via Holly Mathis Interiors
Work in silver and gold bling and metallics wherever you can. Sparkle is all about winter and Christmas and very chic. Crown via ZsaZsa Bellagio/
/Fur wrap via Pinterest
// Hair Ornament via Aspirational Bride
Who says head wreaths and floral halos are just for spring wood nymphs? Wreaths can incorporate some of the most wintery flowers and foilage. Think Holly, pyrocaintha berries, pointsetta (yes pointsetta!) even baby's breath. Via Belle and Bunty Wedding Dresses
Swap the veil for some fur. In the photos above snow queens adorn their heads with hats and hoods to keep the winter chill off. Pill Box Hat Atelier Aimee
//Moulton Lamb Hat by Amy-Jo Tatum/
/Hooded coat via The Northern Bride
Sport a sweater. This bride is staying warm in angora to capture a bit of chic while warding off the sub zero cold.///via Pretty Chic Blog
Do something special with your hair. Hair designer extraordinaire, Kathi Rothkop of Salon Glam
has created a headpiece out of long hair and Christmas decorations. Kudos to Kathi and photographer John Truong.
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