Winter is my favorite season and I’m excited to hear when the weatherman is predicting snowfall. There is something very magical and romantic about snow; it is the perfect atmosphere for a winter wedding. The powder white setting is a beautiful backdrop for the newlyweds to share a kiss against. The frosted trees and snow capped mountains provide spectacular views that are worth braving the cold temperatures. These winter brides didn’t let the snow put a damper on their big day, rather they utilized Mother Nature to their advantage and captured some breathtaking snowy photographs. Winter brides, are you wishing for snow on your big day?
Make sure to keep warm while you’re braving the elements on your stroll through the snow. Cozy up with blankets, snow boots and steaming hot cocoa. Later you can snuggle up next to fireplace.
While there is no denying the beauty of a Winter Wonderland, there is also something fun and energetic about snow. It instantly brings you back to your youth; catching a snowflake on your tongue or sledding down a hill with the cold wind in your face! I absolutely adore these outdoor activity photo shoots; they capture the bride and groom’s carefree and childlike spirit while dashing through the snow. When was the last time you went sledding? Bring out the sled, snow shoes and skates and have some fun!
A fresh dusting of snow and glistening mountains provide the perfect terrain for many winter sports; this brave couple hit the slopes on their snowboards!
Not into winter sports? Well, then just play in the snow! Have a snowball fight, build a snowman or make a snow angel. What is your favorite winter outdoor activity? Photo Credit: Hooded Kiss, Falling Snow, Red Jacket in the Forest, Snowy Kiss with a kick, Warm Hands, Red Sweater, Bride & Groom Boots, Hot Cocoa, Pink Blanket, Snow Shoes, Red Jacket on a Sleigh, Sledding, Snowboarding, Groom Snowball Fight, Snowball in the Face, Snowman Couple, A Little Snow on His Head, Snow Angels
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