It’s the middle of summer and you know what that means…triple digit electric bills, ponytails, and twilight trips to the grocery store. With the temperature breaking 100 every day this week, I couldn’t think of anything better to daydream about than a beautiful, white, cold Winter Wonderland wedding!
Just because it doesn’t snow in Tucson (except for that occasional Easter blizzard) doesn’t mean that you can’t have the winter wedding of your dreams! Woodsy invitations covered in snow flurries let guests know to get ready for a magical evening. A hot cocoa bar is the perfect pre-ceremony treat, creating a cozy atmosphere for family and friends. Don’t be afraid to go over the top with sparkle and shine, the more mercury glass, the merrier!
photo credits: invitations from Etsy // ceremony space from Bridal Guide photographed by Studio ATG // bride & groom from Style Me Pretty photographed by Elyse Hall Photography // bouquet from The Bridal Detective photographed by Anastasiya Belik // cake by Maki’s Cakes // pinecone escort cards by Oh One Fine Day // hot cocoa bar from Hostess With the Mostess Blog designed by The Little Big Company // baby it’s cold outside sign from Pen & Paper Flowers // tablescape from Burnett’s Boards // bridesmaids from Ruffled photographed by Christina Szczupak
Meg Cameron with Alison Howard Events used gold to create a cozy, welcoming winter atmosphere:
Meg was inspired by the traditions that cold weather brings, such as hot cocoa and coffee after a snow shoe and ski adventure. And of course, she couldn’t forget to add touches of elegance with warm ivory linens, soft florals and a show-stopping gold and ivory cake.
Are you planning a winter wedding in the desert? We’d love to be inspired by your unique details!