There’s no escaping this darn cold weather so instead of moaning all about it, let’s embrace it! On the blog today we bring you a winter (yes winter) wedding shoot. It’s full of luscious colours and the venue is amazing – check out the blue doors!
I love a winter wedding, it might be that I’m biased because I was a winter bride but the image that always sticks in my mind with winter weddings is the gorgeous natural light. I love the deep glow the sun provides in the winter months as it automatically fills the day with a romantic ambiance.
Niki Wright was the amazing photographer behind this shoot and she loves a winter wedding too “From a photographers viewpoint the surroundings can be equally as beautiful as any other season especially if we are treated to a gorgeous hoar frost as we were on this day. The light is also softer with directional light available most of the day to allow for a little extra creativity too.”
♥ Shoot location: Stowe Landscape Gardens in Buckinghamshire (beautiful in all seasons)!
♥ Flowers by: Gingerlily Flowers
♥ Headpiece: Euphoria Couture
♥ Dress & Shoes: Bride’s own
♥ Bride & Groom: Real Newlyweds modelling for the day
I love the colours in this bouquet. Usually wintry weddings opt for darker colourings but the pinks and blue lilac colours are radiant and refreshing.
I adore this silhouette shoot, it really is classic, timeless and so beautifully romantic – you can feel the love.
I’m not often speechless but these photographs are stunning. The lighting of the image below is stunning. It feels like we’re witnessing something so amazing, pure and it feels serene. Wow!
Thanks again to the amazing Niki Wright for sharing this wedding with us. She has the profound ability to shoot classic images whilst encapsulating the essence of the couple.
Niki is offering an amazing 15% discount exclusively for Penny’s Wedding readers. So if you’re a winter bride and getting married between 1st November 2013 and the end of February 2014 get in touch with Niki.
Penelope x x
All imagery © Niki Wright Photography