*This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a very small commission in sales that supports my family and lets me continue to share gorgeous weddings with you!
As the weather cools down and your craving for all things pumpkin spice goes up, it’s time to think about your wintery bridal style! If you are getting married in the cooler months, you might want to think about ways to keep warm while still staying chic. From cozy capes to beaded boleros to soft sweaters, we’ve rounded up 25 of our favorite looks for maximum cold weather style! Whether you just want an added bit of bling or you are looking to stay toasty, there is something for every bride!
Any Hamilton lovers out there? You are going to fall head over heels for this stunning Hamilton inspired wedding captured on film by The Ganeys! Filled with vintage charm and darling nods to the musical, this shoot is one you don’t want to miss!
The styled shoot was inspired by Broadway’s hit musical: Hamilton. This incredible team of vendors brought so much heart to this shoot. Mixing together 18th-century history, nods to the musical, and modern day wedding inspiration, this shoot truly became a creative endeavor.
Greta of Green Pearl Photography dreamt up this wedding between Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler after becoming enamored with the soundtrack. She searched high and low for the perfect team to bring her vision to life. Greta explained, “If you are not familiar with the story of Alexander and Eliza’s love, Alexander made a lot of mistakes, though Eliza chose to stay and she chose to repair their marriage. Then, once he was gone, she continued to tell his story and to keep his legacy alive, because she loved him that much even through his imperfections.”
Photography | The Ganeys | Concept | Green Pearl Photography | Venue | Luxmore Grand |Day of Coordination | Christine with Coastal Coordination | Florals | Flowers by Lesley | Tabletop Rentals | Ever After Vintage Weddings | Furniture Rentals | RW Style | Linens | Nuage Designs | Paper Goods | Andi Mejia | Cake | The Pastry Studio | Dress | Hayley Paige from The White Magnolia | Bridesmaid Dresses | Nouvelle & Jenny Yoo from Calvet Couture Bridal | Hair & Makeup | Laura Reynolds Artistry | Shoes | Bella Belle Shoes | Jewelry | Edera | Groomswear | Bespoke & Co | Specialty Tea | K-Teas | Models | Yianni Tsafonias, Chris Keough, Karla Goodwin, Rose Meyers, Ralph Alphonse, Charlene Anderson | Film Lab | Richard Photo Lab
This neutral hued plantation wedding from Joe Lengson is giving us all the Southern lovin’ with it’s giant oak tree ceremony backdrop! The bridal party was perfection with the bride in a stunning long sleeve lace gown and bridesmaids in taupe wrap dresses!
Kelsey is from North Carolina and met Ryan when he moved to North Carolina from Brisbane, Australia to further his career as a professional BMX rider. Ryan is a professional athlete and has appeared worldwide in competitions and demos and most of the guest list of this party were also professional extreme sports athletes. The couple really wanted to embody Kelsey’s Southern roots in their wedding, so it was a point that their first thing they did as a couple was to chug a beer and shoot some guns. They got married on an old plantation which also happened to be ran and operated by a local antique dealer so all the decor was original and vintage.
Photography | Joe Lengson | Venue & Catering | Myrtle Grove Plantation | Florals | Flowers by Roberts | Cake & Desserts | The Brookery | Invitation | Diane Galvan | Dress | Martina Liana from Lana Addison | Bridesmaid Dresses | Lulu’s | Hair & Makeup | Mary Ularte | Groomswear | Jos A. Banks | Videography | Dylan Pfohl