The holidays may be officially over, but that won’t stop you from swooning over this wedding inspiration shoot! Whether your thinking of doing an engagement shoot, and anniversary shoot or an our first Christmas shoot, you’ll find plenty of delicious inspiration and darling details in this Tennessee Christmas Tree Farm inspiration shoot, captured by MSB fav JoPhoto. Enjoy!
Some of the most amazing and talented mountain wedding vendors teamed up to showcase a cozy, playful, and adventurous wedding in Breckenridge, Colorado. The perfect setting for a winter wedding day where one can brave the cold for sake of adventure and then warm up fireside with soup and whiskey.Erica Sarell Weddings + Events planned a combination of adventure, comfort, and luxury for the couple looking for a wedding experience. Convenient accommodations right off the ski slopes atBeaver Run Resort are perfect for relaxing after a long day. The Breckenridge Nordic Center, a new wedding venue with access to trails and stunning views has a the perfect log cabin feel for a rustic mountain wedding. The bride and groom dined on the delicious food of Chef Bailey of Taste 5 Catering. Warmed by soup, french bread, and local Colorado whiskey from Peak Provisions, they had the energy to enjoy their surroundings! Adventure photographers Bergreen Photography snapped every lovely detail and kiss.
Christie Graham Photography teamed up with Best Day Ever Creative Events to create this lovely cable knit inspired wedding editorial. I love the gorgeous florals from Celsia Florist and exquisite gowns from Blush Bridal. The spool details, vintage table and muted cream, grey, blush, and navy color palette are perfect for a cozy winter wedding.
Nothing says romance to this couple like winter in the mountains. Kipp grew up in Gunnison, CO, close to Crested Butte (one of the best hidden treasure ski areas in North America.) Their love for the outdoors prompted Ana and Kipp to incorporate natural elements into their wedding theme. Their decor included incorporate antlers, pine cones, wood and and other outdoorsy elements, while they kept the event formal and serious. We’re so grateful to Emily Gaines of Searching for the Light Photography for submitting this mountain beauty.
As the evenings get increasingly chilly in the mountains, warm your guests up with this sublime fall cider drink. The sweetness of the honey and apples combined with the delicate sweet warmth of the bourbon is sure to be a hit. You can also add different seasonal spices, such as nutmeg, cardamon, or cloves.Continue Reading