How to Have a Perfect Winter Wedding (5)

Today’s guest post, brought to us by Steve Gerrard Photography (Montreal, QC) is brimming with helpful tips and insights to help you have a perfect winter wedding!

As I sit here in my studio close to Montreal, the snow is drifting down outside, covering cars and making drivers question going anywhere. And this is just the start of it. As we know, the coming months will bring heavier snow and plummeting temperatures. A Canadian winter is considerably more challenging than the ones I grew up with back in the UK. As a wedding photographer I’ve shot multiple winter weddings back in England but, after relocating to Montreal three years ago, winter weddings bring with them a different level of planning than those in the warmer months. And yet, there are plenty of couples who don’t allow the cold weather to put them off exchanging vows when temperatures plummet.

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Winter Wonderland Styled Shoot by Morgan Anderson Photography (9)

 

Winter Wonderland Styled Shoot by Morgan Anderson Photography (2)

This fun, snowy styled shoot, brought to us by Morgan Anderson Photography, is full of lush greenery and cozy details! Here’s Morgan to tell us more:

This classic and romantic winter shoot was inspired by the neutral backdrop northern Ohio provides in December. Creams, soft whites, golds, greens, and hints of silver made the perfect palette for this intimate wedding inspiration shoot.

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This winter themed boho styled styled shoot comes to us from Carly of Carly Jean Photography, based in San Francisco, CA! Here’s Carly to tell us more:

This Moody Styled Shoot was inspired by dark fall & winter tones. I wanted to give it an overall winter-esque dramatic look, and I was really inspired by branchy, fragile elements. I loved the contrast between the two dresses we worked with, so it’s sort of a play on light & dark, or Woodland Fairy & Dark Romance.

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