Winter weddings may seem chilly, but this bright white and deep purple wedding will put you in the mood for spring! The all white White Sparrow Barn perfectly showcased the gorgeous floral decor created by Oh Deery, and the all around light and airy atmosphere took us to our happy place.
We highly recommend taking a closer look at all of the images from Elisabeth Carol Photography. You can see this whole day from start to finish by visiting the full gallery here!
Quaint Winter Wedding
From Elisabeth Carol Photography: Chelsea & Gerrit's wedding at White Sparrow Barn was nothing short of magical! Chelsea wanted her winter wedding to still be beautiful and romantic, despite the cold weather! The all white barn paired with Oh Deery's florals made the perfect winter garden for these two to say I do!
Follow A Timeline
From the Bride: Make sure you have a day-of timeline. My amazing coordinator, Whitney Bailey of Chic Fleur Wedding, made a VERY detailed timeline of the day. It started from when we arrived to the venue to get ready to when the send-off would be. It was nice to have it to reference to.
Love The Little Moments
Relax and enjoy every single moment of the day. Try not to get caught up in the little details and just savor every moment of the day. I remember thinking I even wanted to remember the craziness of getting Starbucks that morning with my mom and bridal party. They say the day goes by quickly, so try your best to take little mental images throughout the day.
$$$ well spent
Something else I would tell a future bride would be to hire a videographer (if it's in the budget of course). We just received our video and it was such a sweet time reminiscing on how wonderful our day was. It something extra special to remember the day by.Get a closer look at this bright white and deep purple wedding by watching the wedding video from Graysen Cummings below.
Read on to find some great budgeting advice from the bride about her bright white and deep purple wedding!
Before you start planning your wedding, I would advise the future bride, groom & their families to sit down all together and try to make a budget for your wedding. Just know that the venue & food (if you're providing a meal) will be the highest expenses. Know that flowers will add up to be pretty pricey as well. Explore different vendors until you find the perfect one.
All of my amazing vendors were recommended by friends, so talk to people you know and trust. Also, stick to your budget! It'll be easy to overpay for something, so just refer to your original budget often. Your wedding will be beautiful without breaking the bank.