Inspired by this Winter Wedding Inspiration
I LOVE winter! I love being cozy and warm by the fire and wearing knits and boots… Love love love! We were sent this winter wedding inspiration shoot and I died over all the amazing winter inspiration. From the chevron mittens, to the greige flowers and the red church…all of it! Here is what the designer Alisa Lewis of The Attic had to say about this winter wonderland shoot:
Our single-word inspiration for this winter photo shoot was “cozy”. It gets very cold and snowy here in the Northwest so we wanted to create awarmand cozy setting for a wedding. We decided on the soft winter tones of warm blues, creams, and grays, with a touch of gold to keep the feel natural and the atmosphere inviting.
The focal points of our inspiration all have some sort of cozy to tie in the warm theme. We draped the bride in a big sweater and scarf and rich fox shrugs. And we definitely can’t forget those fabulous chevron knitted mittens warming the tips of her fingers.
The flower jars and vases and cappuccino mugs are enveloped in yarn to keep them warm. We did a few shots with the chairs wrapped in lush velvety cream fabric adorned with snow-tipped pinecones (a DIY project from Ali). The miniature fir tree seedling guest favors are cozied up in burlap-wrap with lace and twine.
We chose a venue with a frozen and snowy pond for the backdrop of this wedding inpirational shoot. We also incorporated local designers and bridal gown shops to put the perfect look together. The scarf was hand made by a local etsy seller. The sweater and headpiece were also hand made by a local artisan.