It’s cold, as in really cold in Denver tonight. The snow is moving in and there is a definite chill in the air (and in our apartment). Hopefully tomorrow there will be a layer of bright white snow on the ground and the otherwise bland looking trees will come to life with the snowflakes.
Not many people choose to get married in the winter, typically November through February is the slowest time in wedding world. I’m not sure why, especially in Colorado, vendors are often willing to give better deals and you can definitely get more for your money. Find the right scenery and winter is downright gorgeous. There are several palates to work with as the days get shorter and colder. White is classic and lends itself to lots of candlelight creating a cozy atmosphere. Blue and silver can come together to create a winter wonderland full of sparkle. My favorite color for a winter wedding, well it’s white and as natural as you can get. The pictures below look cold but feel cozy and inviting at the same time.
Maybe it’s the snow and the fact that I’m just a ski bum at heart but there is something so romantic about snow resting on a branch.
Stay warm out there and enjoy the flakes
Second Row| Bouquet from flickr |