Fir Trees & Pine Cones – A Rustic Winter Woodland Wedding Inspiration Board
It is beginning to feel a lot like Christmas here! Last night Mr E and I decorated our tree and today I placed our first presents beneath its branches – only 9 more sleeps to go, and I can not wait. Less so for the presents, as for the quiet time with family, relaxing and recharging! I don’t know about you, but I am definitely feeling in need of it….and perhaps a few sherries 🙂 Anyway, today I have the perfect post to start our Christmas countdown! Some delightfully rustic inspiration for a Winter wedding in the woods……
We’re talking a cosy log cabin in the middle of nowhere, with log fires burning in every room and snow settling outside….. I can not think of anywhere more perfect for a rustic Winter wedding! Think seasonal decor, farmhouse style tables with wooden chargers and simple centrepieces of fir tree branches and pine cones that will fill the air with the most beautiful scent. Speaking of scent, how about some home-baked ginger bread snowflakes as favours for your guests? You will find a delicious sounding recipe here. But of course, for all its rustic charm, I couldn’t help adding a little glamour and sparkle with splashes of silver on the table and a beautifully embellished birdcage veil – the perfect partner to your fur (faux, of course!) shrug or cape.
Woodland Wedding Venue ~ Bella Luna Farms photography by Michele Waite via 100 Layer Cake, Birdcage Veil ~ Leila by Percy Handmade, Boutonnieres ~ Whichgoose, LOVE ~ Laura Leslie Photography and Gracie Blue Photography via SMP, Wedding Cake ~ Sweet Indulgence photography by Annmarie Swift Photography via The Perfect Palette, Bridal Bouquet ~ Chicory photography by Emily Wren Photography via Glamour & Grace, Gingerbread Snowflakes ~ Chasing Delicious, Engagement Ring ~ Brumley And Wells via SMP, Rustic Winter Place Setting ~ Jacque Lynn Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs
And for the grooms? You could go a rustic brown 3 piece suit for a formal celebration, or for something a little more casual choose chinos, or cords, and smarten with a crisp white shirt, bow tie and brown blazer. Most importantly though, don’t forget a warm overcoat suitable for those all important portraits in the snow!!
For more Winter wedding inspiration, take a look at how this lovely couple did theirs. Or for more perfect palettes how about this rich and romantic plum & gold board, or this elegant colour palette of coffee, bronze & gold, or for something a little more neutral, this snow dusted Winter Wonderland? For more holiday season inspired Winter colours take a peek at this palette, and 5 perfect palettes for a Winter wedding? There are so many lovely colours and ideas for you Winter brides-to-be!