Written by: Val Rasmussen
Don’t let Old Man Winter scare you into thinking this season isn’t for weddings. Contrary to popular belief, sensational soirees do, in fact, exist outside of spring and summer.
Our editorial team can’t get enough of wintertime weddings. We’re heart eyes for snowy scenes, romantic snuggles and blushing cheeks, but how can a couple achieve this look while exposed to Mother Nature’s frightful chill?
Enter Botanical Eden’s Jennifer Hansen and photographer Natalie Felt. The duo unveils a wintery farmhouse inspiration set inside a barn-side pasture at Wheeler Historic Farm (and oh yes, you can have parties on this property).
Say, “Goodbye, Frostbite,” and “Hello, Love at First Sight,” with these winter wedding must-haves.
Winter wedding must-have #1: menswear-inspired patterns
Winter wedding must-have #2: high-contrast colors
Winter wedding must-have #3: a rustic backdrop
Winter wedding must-have #4: a floral headpiece and rosy lips
Winter wedding must-have #5: weather-appropriate accessories
Photographer: Natalie Felt Photography
Design and florals: Botanical Eden
Venue: Wheeler Historic Farm
2nd Photographer: Bethany Bee Photography
Furniture Rentals: Refined Vintage Events
Cake: Sweet Cravings
Calligraphy: Karli Noel
Gown: The Bridal Closet
Menswear: Tuxedo by Lee
Make up: OPL Makeup
Bride/model: Cora Stone
Groom/model: Cooper Brenchley