Justin Alexander
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WJ Moodboard: A Winter Wonderland

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The colder months are becoming more popular with brides wishing to recreate a magical, winter love story. Embrace the elements and nature’s confetti (if you are lucky enough to get it) and bring everything to life with rich jewel tones…

 Photography: Rebecca Hollis

 Styling: Greenwood Events

It’s all in the detail. Think neutral backgrounds with rich jewel tones, such as this sapphire blue to give your wedding the WOW factor.

If your wedding is scheduled for the months of December and January don’t shy away from festive touches and traditional red and green hues to tie in the season. However, remember less is more for an elegant, yet whimsical wedding. The use of seasonal berries in your decor and bouquet, adds that extra bit of depth and texture to your wedding palette and theme. 

Decorative and practical, atmospheric candlelight is perfect for romantic winter weddings. Opt for pretty seasonal flowers and lots of rustic glam on simplistic and minimalistic backgrounds, such as this plain two-tired white cake, or plain white stationery for a chic wintry feel. 

Could this venue be any more magical? This rustic barn wedding in Montana could pass as a magical wedding in Lapland, especially when there are reindeer’s involved! The team here at Wedding Journal think this is the perfect Christmas wedding.

With Thanks To:

Photography:; Design, Florals & Production: Greenwood Events; Make-up: Skin Chic; Hair: Boom Swagger Salon

Dress: Rosa Clara from Velvet Bride; Vintage Earrings: Velvet Bride;

Calligraphy: Cast & Company; Rental: Top; Cake: Elles Belles Bakery; Venue: The Ranch at Rock Creek; Film Lab: Photovision; Couple: Courtney & Levi McFadden.

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