Inspiration for Your Upcoming Winter Wedding

Winter weddings truly are for brave couples! While we cannot control mother nature in the summer, in the winter, she poses many more threats: snow or ice storms, transportation issues, frigid temperatures, and so on! So, to all of you courageous couples getting married over the next few months in this unpredictable Canadian winter weather, we applaud you!

Here is some inspiration and tips we’ve learned from previous winter weddings we’ve had the privilege of being a part of! When you go with the flow on your wedding day, aren’t afraid of a little below freezing temp and ALWAYS have a back-up plan, the day will undoubtedly be epic!

Gorgeous Overcoats 

This stunning bride choose to stay warm during their first look and wore this STUNNING hooded shawl! (Bonus: Next week we’ll show you how great her bridesmaids looked in a gift from the bride the morning of the wedding!)

White Fur

This snowy-goddess-bride embraced the temperature, which, obviously paid off. Look at these photos!

More Fur and the BIGGEST Smile

Although it’s hard to tell, this was actually NYE! No snow on the ground, but it was frigin cold! These two enjoyed a bit of the outdoors before opting for the warmth of their back-up photo location!

Backup Location for Photos

With advice seasoned wedding professionals, these two had a unique, indoor back-up location for their photos!

A Venue with Indoor Photos Options Included

One of the biggest ice storms in Cambridge history didn’t stop these two from enjoying a beautiful wedding day! Thank goodness for the beauty of Cambridge Mill, these two were able to avoid the parking-lot-turned-skating-rink to ensure beautiful (and safe) photos!

Stay tuned for more winter wedding inspiration, but this time for your bridal party! You don’t want them cold and complaining 😉


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