I’m so glad I can finally share this with you all! A year ago, I joined a team of vendors in putting together a stylized wedding shoot in the middle of winter. While it was a bitterly cold day (I remember it being below ten degrees out!) everyone cheerfully pitched in to make it happen. It was just published on Junebug Weddings last week, and I’m happy to share some of the photos from this snowy, yet cozy shoot. Check it out here and warm up with some hot cocoa, coffee, and tea as you look through the photos we created.
By the way- have you thought about having your wedding in the winter? It may be cold, but it results in gorgeous, scenic photos and it essentially requires you and your guests to snuggle up to one another for warmth, which sounds pretty romantic to me! I just second shot my first winter wedding a few weeks ago, and it was incredible! A light snow fell as the ceremony was held outside, and after the couple was invited to kiss a horse-drawn carriage whisked the couple away for a quiet, romantic moment alone among the quietly falling snow. Breathtaking, right? I’m excited to be shooting one of my own this December, and am hoping to add a few more winter weddings to my calendar, so make sure to contact me and tell me about your winter wedding!
Here are the vendors who made this shoot possible. Thanks, everyone- you all put so much energy into this project, and I’m fully grateful for that!
Photography – Kate Crabtree Photography
Event Planning – Pencil Events
Venue – Merrill House
Floral Design – Watershed Floral
Catering – The Good Food Store
Cake – Wild Oats Bakery
Officiant – A Sweet Start
Invitations – Parrot Design Studio
Makeup Artist – Stacia Tetrault
Groom’s Apparel – Find
Jewelry – Maine Mineral + Gem Museum
Pottery & Servngware – Edgecomb Potters
Minerals & Gems – Maine Mineral + Gem Museum
Fur Stole – Vintage Finery
Bride’s Wedding Dress – Goodwill
Models – Cait and Myles