I’ve always been a major fan of cold weather weddings. They just ooze an elegant ambiance that can’t be beat. But, I imagine that it gets pretty cold for a bride in a strapless dress. So I compiled my favorite winter wedding dresses to help cold-weather brides stay warm during those outdoor portrait sessions. Check the following collection of snow-friendly dresses. (In TOP of each picture you’ll find a link to the original featured of these dresses, please click on it to see more views of the dress and find more information about the designer) And if you’re a real fashionista, don’t forget to check out all the beautiful pieces I have for you on my Wedding Dress section.Starting the parade of pretty and cozy frocks is a beautiful gown by Rosa Clara that takes the words “winter elegance” to a whole new level of sophistication.In their 2015 collection, Ersa Atelier brought us some sophisticated, gorgeous bridal winter looks… The perfect fit for an “Ice Queen! Julie Vino takes us on a trip of uber-sexy and cozy little numbers in her Orchid Collection where you can find a whole lot of long-sleeve choices with enough drama to turn heads on your winter nuptials. The beading on the first dress remind me of snow flakes.Bridal fashion powerhouse, Pronovias also has a 2015 collection filled to the brim with wintery wedding dresses, this are just some of my faves. But if you are in the hunt for the perfect cold weather friendly gown, I highly recommend you to stop by Part 1 and Part 2 of this marvelous collection.Up next, we have talented Israeli designer Zahavit Tshuba with a wow-factor wedding dress fit for a frosted glamazon.Another gorgeous Rosa Clara 2015 number that combines romance and beauty in one perfect cold-weather wedding dress.
From Essense of Australia 2015.We’ve all had those days when escaping into spa bliss is just what the doctor ordered, so why don’t you slip away with us to Hyatt Resort & Spa Key West to bask in the works of Margot Landen Photography; who shows us just how wonderful blush tones can be.Every single aspect of this wedding is to die for, but if you would like to get down to business, take a seat, kick your feet up, and enjoy with us some of the most beautiful floral accents ever know to wedding kind. If you’re looking to make a splash on your big day then you might want to pay close attention to the bride’s bouquet. A simple accent will make all the difference when opting for a wrap to tie your gorgeous bouquet together. This lovely bride chose to match her bouquet wrap to the elegant crystal bodice embellishments from her gown. Just as though the bouquet wore a mini replica of the bride’s gown. Speaking of bouquets, the lovely embellished wrap was just an extra ounce of fabulousness as the bouquet was grand a lush all on it’s own. Being made up of white and blush peonies, which also made appearances on the very gorge centerpieces.Sparkle speaks volumes, particularly when done right. Subtle hints of shine can extend throughout your special day without overwhelming your guests. This gorgeous bride has a thing or two to teaches about spreading glitz and glam on your wedding day. Amanda began with the focal point of her sparkle and shine with the stunning embellishments on her dress, she took it a step further with a beautifully delicate headpiece attached to her veil. But, the lovely bride was not the only one sporting an embellished waistline, the marvelous bridesmaids went in on the trend and perfected it! Need more glitz? How about incorporating it into your decor like the very sweet suspended poms.You’ve probably guessed by now that blush is the central hue of the day, but if you’re still wondering how to incorporate it into your nuptials direct your attention to the bridal party. The simplest and most elegant way to incorporate your central color is by having your bridesmaids opt for a gown in that color it and your groomsmen sport it on their boutonnieres. Little touches of your main color will do just the trick throughout the ceremony decor.