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Charlotte & James

A little festive cheer for us all this cold lunchtime – in the form of Charlotte and James’ cosy winter wedding at The West Mill Derby. We always love a stylish winter wedding, there’s no need to go hard on the tinsel just because your wedding coincides with Christmas. Foliage, sparkly lights and an elegant wreathe are all you need.

Images come from the lovely Chris and Anii at Bloom Weddings, who have captured some truly gorgeous shots. I always love seeing things from a different perspective on the big day and if you look carefully through this edit you’ll see some really thoughtful images. Oh and two last things – Charlotte’s HAIR. She also changed into her slippers for the party. I think I love her…

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10 Tips For A Stylish Winter Wedding

Are you getting married this winter? Or maybe next? We love this time of year and think it’s a truly magical season in which to get wed. With a winter wedding it’s easy to get carried away and be very festive (and I must admit, Christmas trees and wreathes DO appear below)…but if you can do it in a stylish way, then why not? Candles and foliage always look incredibly elegant and with flowers at a minimum during the winter, it makes sense to use what is available to you. So here’s our ten tips for having a stylish winter wedding, just keep your fingers crossed for snow…!

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Rachael & John

If you’re getting married this Winter, then this gorgeous marquee wedding should get your heart racing. It’s hard to imagine how a marquee will work in the winter months but with lots of flowers, lighting and cosy corners, a marquee can be transformed into SUCH a warm and inviting space.

Their venue, The 3 Acres Inn is one I’ve only just discovered and it truly looks idyllic – set in a village location in West Yorkshire and with a reputation for good food? Sounds pretty perfect to me. Images come from Sarah Jane Ethan, who has captured every ounce of joy so that we can all enjoy Rachael & John’s big day too.

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Alyssa & Simon

The colours and textures in this morning’s stylish winter wedding will have you longing to pull your faux fur and sequins out of your wardrobe – Alyssa and Simon certainly know how to throw a festive shindig. They used a peacock feather as inspiration for their colour palette which means the whole day is filled with opulent purples, blues and golds, even the flowers. The bouquet and arrangements by Jay Archer are just exquisite.

Alyssa is a choreographer so naturally dance played a big part in her wedding day, everyone piled onto the dance floor to join her and Simon following their first dance, for which they wore customised Nikes and baseball hats. Don’t worry, it’s all been captured beautifully by Irene Yap so you can have a good nosey…

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Natasha & Aaron

Ohhhhh well isn’t this Christmas wedding an absolute feast for the eyes?! It’s actually lovely to feature something really wintery as I’m sure lots of you will be reaching the 6 month countdown to your own big day…are you embracing a Christmas theme? Natasha and Aaron are about to give you a masterclass in how it’s done. There’s no denying the season, but it’s stylish, elegant and there’s not an ounce of tinsel in sight. They’ve embraced deep colours and opulent textures and the result is just stunning.

Images come from RMW favourite, Melissa Beattie, whose photography brings the whole day together beautifully.

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Joanna & Pete

I adore a Winter wedding as the cold gives everyone a fresh glow, the bold colours appear even more vibrant and somehow it feels as if everything is more glamorous – maybe it’s the faux fur, smart shoes and gentlemen in waistcoats? Anyway, Joanna and Pete’s wedding is industrial luxe at it’s very finest. Joanna looks so chic in a bespoke gown with the most gorgeous sequin work on the top, the bridesmaids look sophisticated in black (who says it doesn’t work for weddings?!) and the boys look dapper in RMW fave Jack Bunneys.

The whole day feels stylish yet relaxed and has been captured beautifully by Heather at Eclection Photography, I love the images of the girls getting ready together and she has also captured the season to perfection, you can almost hear the rustle of leaves as you look through this feature…

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Steph & Lee

How beautiful does Steph look? Her skin looks absolutely flawless and I’m loving her smokey eye, perfect for a winter wedding where the glamour stakes are high. I always love a barn wedding because even on grey days the backdrops are really striking – Curradine Barns looks lovely here in the soft December light.

Images come from Jonny Barratt who has used that light to perfection and captured some wonderful images for Steph and Lee.

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Katja & Fabian

This might just be the perfect antidote to the mini heat wave we’re currently experiencing in the UK. We’re off to snowy Bavaria, for the cosiest of weddings in an Alpine cafe with gorgeous Katja and Fabian, a couple who are clearly head over heels for each other.

Katja wears a Truvelle gown with the prettiest sequinned bodice, it’s perfect for a Winter wedding and looks so beautiful against the white pine backdrop. Their first look is just so sweet too, I can’t stop looking at the pair twirling around in the snow, it’s a magical scene. Images come from Soul Season Photography, whose images I’ve been swooning over all day. And Stefanie shoots internationally, so if you fall for her style, do get in touch.

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Jo & Neil

Jo and Neil’s winter wedding was bathed in golden sunlight, making these images from Love That Smile Photography really lovely to look at – the glow of light and happiness just radiates from the photographs.

Jo is a window dresser, so naturally her wedding is rather lovely to look at. There are rustic, wintery touches here and there, but with a neutral colour palette, everything looks calm, serene and inviting. The perfect cosy set up.

The Elizabeth Avey wedding dress is rather gorgeous too – those sleeves are fabulous and it suits Jo down to the ground.

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