A last hurrah to Winter on Polka Dot Bride today with this Winter wedding inspiration shoot – complete with real falling snow! White, snowy filled wedding are not something we see a lot of, and yet there is something about the falling snow and glistening white details that is utterly enchanting.
The Western Australian team behind today’s shoot – photographer Aubrey Strawberry Photography, bridal designer Denise Wright Bridal, hair & makeup artist Make Me Beautiful Jane, florist Sweet Pea Florist, cake designer Wicked Cake and stylist Circle Of Love Weddings teamed up together a wintery wonderland shoot with touch of vintage style.
Photographer Pamela Wilson notes, “We wanted it to be winter whites with some silver included to give is a sparkle. A log cabin feel with the pine cones, tress, old fire place & candles in the heritage listed building at Yanchep National Park. We choose the old heritage building that is no longer used other than for school camps. We found this room up the top which has hard wood flooring with a fireplace to suit. We styled the area with a white arch draped with white chiffon and white tiffany chairs. The lush white rose petal aisle was lined with some beautiful babies breath, white cherry blossoms and flickering candles.
The overall look and feel was magical – it truly was a white winter wonderland with a touch of vintage elegance. The inspiration behind the shoot comes from us wanting to create something different for Perth. Our wedding season is so quiet during winter and there are so many great venues to use in the winter, the land is green and flourishing, it is cold but there are also so many designers creating amazing wedding dresses and accessories to help with that.”
For the flowers, styled by Sweet Pea Florist, Pamela notes, “The flowers created were given a snowy wintery but warm feel too, white whites, greens, berries and silvers with a less traditional shape. Different textures and sizes of flowers were used with pepper berry foliage for the cascading hand tied look. We added with dusty miller leaves for some silver/grey with peonies, roses, alstromeria, and hydrangeas.”