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Let's chat about winter weddings and put this 14 years of full time wedding photography knowledge to use today!
Need we say more? Bring on the snow for winter weddings!
The Boys will thank you.
I can't imagine wearing a 5 piece tailored suit would be comfortable in the heat of July.
Winter weddings are amazing for all the fellas in your life. Plus having cigars outside in the winter is a straight up vibe.
We wouldn't be being honest with you all if we didn't talk about this part of having a winter wedding. It is no secret that getting married in the warmer months comes with a higher price tag, for everything, your venue and all your vendors.
Winter weddings can be more affordable being that they are out of the busy wedding season.
Fun little secret about winter weddings... the most iconic sceneries that are incredibly busy during the summer months will be EMPTY and you will have those scenes all to yourself for photos. You also can't beat those winter topped mountain peaks.
Have you ever seen a winter sundog in the sky? They are right up there with as beautiful as the northern lights or a giant Spring rainbow.
This shot was taken when it was -45C with windchill on the shores of the iconic Lake Louise here in the Alberta Rocky Mountains.
Who wouldn't want a surprise skier in their wedding photos? Winter weddings are just a lot more playful and fun. We always have such a fun time with wedding parties in the snow.
Winter Night Sky
Something magical happens to the night sky for star shots. I like to believe it's the extra snowy particles in the air that make our signature night shots even more epic.
Cool + Warmth
Golden hour just hits different in the midst of an intensely cold day. The combination of warm tones on skin plus the cool backdrops make for amazing photos.
Not sure if it's because everyone has been locked up inside too long in the winter months but winter weddings have the BEST dance floor parties. Maybe everyone's just trying to warm up.
Cozy cabin vibes, warm hot chocolates, fuzzy blankets, candle light and wood fires are such a winter vibe. The decor can be so cozy, rich and warm during these months.