The invitation suite is the first chance to introduce your theme to guests.
These invitations are simple and elegant with a touch of the winter magic to come.
Love the bride's delicate snowflake jewelry!
The bride wore these faux-fur lined boots.
Me giving the guys a little help with their boutonnieres.
With a matching cloak, the flower girl was a little fairy snow princess!
The ceremony program
I love texture in a bouquet and this bright white bouquet with brunia, pine cones, and dusty miller reminds me of a winter landscape.
Our bride was ready to brave the elements in this gorgous ice blue cloak.
The bridesmaids carried muffs instead of bouquets down the aisle!
Baby's breath pomanders lined the aisles, like little hanging snowballs.
There is something so demure about wearing a stoll!
Winter accents abounded at the reception at European Crystal Banquets.
The bride gave us a box of decor and gave us free reign to find ways to use it.
We had so much fun!
No need for bride and groom signs.
These crystal snowflakes indicated the seats for the guests of honor.
A mini winter forest scene at the couple's place setting.
The sausage hut is a Polish tradition that defnitely has a wow-factor.
To me, it also brought a cozy feeling, reminiscent of the European holiday markets
Snowflakes fell during the First Dance.
Congratulations to Hannah & Dan!
Reception Venue - European Crystal Banquets
Photography - Katie Kett Photography
Flowers - Bella Flora
Invitations - MagnetStreet
Wedding Planning - Camille Victoria Weddings LLC