Though the cold breeze may tickle your toes, peep toe heels are still in for the winter wedding season. Oscar de la Renta (top right) channels the metallic trend of the season with his ‘Jewel –toe platform pump’ while Cole Haan (bottom left) stays clean and romantic with his ‘Ceci air rose sling back’; both available at Neiman Marcus. If you’re looking for something a little more original check out these customizable heels by FeathersandFrills (top left) and NoraKaren’s signature swan shoe (center) on etsy.com. Do you melt for vintage flare? We LOVE these ivory lace shoes featured by VioletFolklore, also on etsy.com.
The snow may take its toll on spring flowers, but what a great excuse to harness a winter pallet for your bridal bouquet. Take a note from Martha Stewart Weddings: get rustic with pine cones (top left), icy with a touch of metallic (bottom left), or feel the warmth of velvet (bottom right). Don’t confine yourself to a traditional red bouquet; try to break up ravishing reds with calla lilies, lavender, or cherry blossoms. Feathers are also a unique way to embody the light airiness of snow and spirits during the winter season.
A faux-fur accent can be the perfect addition to your wintery theme. Consider Linda Gorringe Couture’s wide selection of faux fur available in whites and cream (top left, right, bottom left). For a little volume with your fur try Circle Park Bridal’s faux-fur and tulle stole. If you’re looking for a little drama, consider a fur-lined cape by Princess Bride Tiara LLC. Don’t forget the flower girl! SpaZooie has great options for the little ones. Tie it all together with a mink ring available on Etsy.com by ArtJewleryOnline.
We love this winter’s alternatives for a traditional veil. Make a statement by sporting these stunning headpieces. We adore these marvelous creations by TessaKim available on Etsy.com. They are a one-of-a-kind addition to a glowing bride. Combine chic and vintage with her take on birdcage veils or skip the veil all together with a buzz-worthy headpiece. Want a little pop? Harness your inner Carrie Bradshaw with LovMely’s adorned peacock hair clip (Etsy.com).
These headpieces by Linda Gorringe Couture are nothing less than intricate and elaborate. It may take a certain bride to sport these designs, but if carried well the groom won’t be the only one left breathless.
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