If you are one of the many couples who are looking to reschedule your wedding day to the Winter season, rest assured that you can still have the beautiful day you dreamed of. Today Katrina Matthews is sharing a stunning wedding to show you how it can be done.
I know there are many couples who are going through, or have been through, the difficult process of postponing their wedding. My heart goes out to all of you.
For some of these couples, postponing their wedding means changing from a summer wedding to an autumn or winter wedding, a change you may have concerns about. Let me reassure you that no matter what time of year you get married & no matter what the weather is like, you and your guests will have an incredible day.
I want to share a beautiful winter wedding with you to show you just how incredible a winter wedding can be. Kayleigh & Alex got married at the beautiful Waddesdon Dairy in Buckinghamshire. There was snow on the ground and limited day light but that all added to the cosy, warm feel of the day.
Alex wore his family tartan and these colours were also brought into the theme of the wedding. The bridesmaids had gorgeous emerald green dresses and the flowers had an abundance of deep green foliage with red berries and blue ribbon creating a decadent display.
Despite the weather and freezing temperature, the couple braved the winter weather to get some lovely photos around the grounds of the venue. You don’t have to be out in the cold for long to capture some really special moments, so please don’t let any change in temperature be a concern for your new wedding date.
Later into the evening, just after the sun had set and the light was fading, we went out to the back of the venue to get some beautiful photos by the water’s edge. Everything looked so beautiful and festive at dusk, Alex’s suit, the sparkle from Kayleigh’s dress, the water and foliage surrounding it just worked perfectly together.
As the light faded, with guests warmed nicely throughout dinner, the party moved into the conservatory where the band got guests up on their feet and the fun continued throughout the night. A winter wedding, when the light fades early in the afternoon, the party can start earlier and that is never a bad thing.
A winter wedding, when the light fades early in the afternoon, the party can start earlier and that is never a bad thing.
If you’re planning a winter wedding or have had to postpone your date and are now in need of a new photographer Katrina would love to hear from you. Get in touch and tell her all about your wedding plans!