5 Ways to Make Your Winter-Wedding Photos Picture-Perfect
We may refer to summer as “wedding season” but that doesn’t mean winter can’t be just as romantic. In fact, we think that a wintry landscape makes for a much cozier backdrop for your wedding photos than summer. You have to admit there is something to be said about the intimacy that oozes from a snap of you snuggling up to your partner surrounded by snow. So don’t let anyone tell you that unless you get hitched on a hot day in August when the “light is good,” your wedding photos will lack an oomph factor. Below are some tips for ways to make your winter wedding photos picture perfect!
1. Rent a Car.
For winter weddings, I recommend hiring a car with driver for the day. That way the driver is always ready and waiting with a warm car to jump back into in-between photo locations or just a place to warm up! And the car is a great place to store your winter jackets.
2. Embrace the cold wind, rain and snow!
Weather’ makes for gorgeous photos. It also keeps you in the moment. You’re not thinking about having your picture taken, you’re thinking about holding each other close. Also, wintery gray skies make for the most beautiful light.
3. Bring Winter Indoors.
It’s all about finding inspiration outside and finding ways to bring it indoors—from the elegant and crisp white flowers to the twinkling white lights. Bringing the ceremony indoors can be incredibly intimate and romantic. I love a wintry candlelit ceremony draped with beautiful floral design.
Winter weddings are the epitome of glamour and grace—a beautiful fur shawl is the perfect accessory.
5. A snow day like no other.
There’s nothing like a fresh blanket of snow to create your perfect canvas—twinkling lights, simple and elegant finishes, and natural details can make it feel like a winter wonderland.
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