Raise your hands if you think the months December, January and February are highly underrated. Mary Fencl Events and Amanda Grace Photography think so and they have won us over completely with this beautifully cozy wedding inspiration. That's right, you could completely avoid the summer venue booking rush by saying "I do" in the off season. I mean summer weddings are nice, but this winter wedding is full of spice!
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Enchanting Winter Wedding
Mary Fencl Events designed this Christmas and winter themed wedding with all of the classic and elegant elements of the holiday season, including the glistening gold and candle light, elegant florals and bridal party styling, cozy warm feelings and delicate Christmas touches that highlight the Pleasant Valley tree farm venue for the perfect winter wedding style.
Guests are greeted by warm cocoa and lattes from Topeca coffee bar and cozy blankets as they bundle up and find their seats for the ceremony. Bordered by pine trees and soft sunlight, the circle altar was the perfect, dramatic backdrop for the couple to exchange vows and rings. Poppy’s Garden provided the most romantic floral design for the altar, the gorgeous bouquets, groom and groomsman boutonnieres, and all of the flowers for the ceremony and reception.
Cozy Up To This Ceremony
The bride was dressed in a custom gown by Couture by Sonni with hair and makeup from Faccia Bella, and jewelry provided by Kate spade. The groom and groomsmen tuxes were provided by Ed Beshara’s Tuxedo Rental.
For this outdoor reception, our guests sat at a beautiful farmhouse table provided by J and L tables amongst the trees. Warm blankets on the benches and a cozy plaid scarf bring the perfect touches of the winter season to the table. The dinnerware, provided by Party Pro Rents, was surrounded by all different kinds of ever greens and lush holiday garland. Pine cones provided the seating assignments for our guests and completed the settings.
Making A Case For Winter WeddingsThe dessert table featured multiple cakes from All things cake and adorable mini pies for guests to take home as favors. Invitations, place cards, and the welcome sign were provided by the talented prairie letter shop. The goal was to bring the warm and romantic feel of winter weddings. They sometimes get the cold shoulder in comparison to spring, summer and fall, but I truly believe they can stand out as a favorite if finished with the right touches. All it takes is a little dose of red berries, cozy blankets and the perfect fur coat!