This beautiful winter wedding we are sharing with you today will make you want to turn your a/c way down and cuddle up under a blanket with your significant other. Who cares if it is 106 today, indoors it is chilly and lovely on our blog! The color palette is beautiful for the winter setting, and the fun details bring out the couple's personalities quite well.
Alexandra Hunt Photography was on hand to photograph this lovely wedding, which took place in Fort Langley, British Columbia, Canada. Alexandra shared with us about this day, and the happy couple's beautiful wedding:Kristin and Robert were married on a chilly day in early March. I had the pleasure and privilege of being their wedding photographer, and it was such a treat to capture all of the moments, big and small, on their wedding day. Their ceremony was held at the Parish of St. George (oldest chapel in BC) in Fort Langley, their portraits at historic Stewart Farm, and their reception held at Chateau Cargill in White Rock. We were crossing our fingers all week for a dry day, and although it looked threatening, their day was perfect.
Please enjoy Kristin & Robert's Wintry Chateau Cargill Wedding, captured by Alexandra Hunt Photography:
I love the color palette of dark navy blue, plum and white. It is perfect for a winter theme. The flowers are gorgeous, especially in the bride's bouquet. The purple tulips and calla lilies mixed with white roses, and bits of floral bling makes it a dream bouquet.
The tea cups used as place settings are perfect as well, and they kind of match the floral theme.
Our thanks to Alexandra Hunt Photography for sending over this lovely winter wedding!
Submitted via Two Bright Lights