While waiting for baby to arrive this week, I received this gorgeous submission from Red Boat Photography and Honeybee Events, and I just had to share it! Whether you’re planning a Christmas wedding or a holiday event, this creative “Christmas Cookie Exchange” style shoot is perfect for inspiration! I love its perfect combination of natural, rustic elements mixed with classic, elegant touches. Enjoy, and make sure to stop by the full gallery of images for more inspiration!
Today’s Christmas wedding style shoot is part four of our winter wedding series we shot with JoPhoto. This shoot in particular was inspired by the entire team’s love for the south and all things country. The bride’s flannel top and groom’s denim button up and plaid bow-tie worked together perfectly to bring together the worlds of southern charm and winter wedding elegance. Thank you to the entire team of designers that made this 15 hour day of winter wedding fun so memorable and successful!
See the full gallery of images HERE.
Enjoy our other three winter wedding inspiration shoots below.
From the designers (The Bride Link and Custom Love Gifts)
For this inspiration shoot, the designers at The Bride Link and Custom Love Gifts wanted to portray a winter wedding nestled in the trees with some timeless yet unexpected rustic details. Bluebird Christmas Tree Farm in Blaine, Tennessee, was the perfect outdoor setting for JOPHOTO to capture the soft lighting close to sunset. The soft lighting continued into the night with vintage candlesticks from Vintage Inspirations lighting the path through the trees.
The couple was framed by two vintage doors from Restoration Rentals that were embellished with adorable and easy DIY wreaths created by LB Floral. The evergreen details were repeated in winter inspired bouquet. A classic hairstyle and soft smoky eye by Southern Belle Beauty complimented the bride’s elegant pearl necklace. The gown from White Lace & Promises was topped with a fitted flannel shirt that had a hint of silver thread to add a touch of elegance to the rustic pattern. The flannel flair continued in the groom’s bow tie with a rustic denim shirt and elegant tailored suit, all from Coachmen’s Clothiers.
Winter is not always a bride’s first choice for her wedding season, however, it offers so many opportunities for truly unforgettable photos!
Photographer: JoPhoto | Designers: The Bride Link and Custom Love Gifts | Venue: Bluebird Christmas Tree Farm | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Coachman Clothiers | Equipment Rentals: Event Rentals by Rothchild | Floral Designer: LB Floral | Lighting: Ogle Entertainment & Light Design | Candles: Vintage Inspirations | Vintage Doors: Restoration Rentals | Hair & Makeup: Southern Belle Beauty | Wedding Gown: White Lace & Promises