Traditional Christmas colors make the perfect palette for a Winter wedding. Wouldn’t you agree? But what happens when you take tradition and mix it with a bit of rustic charm? All kinds of festive things. That’s what! Here I’ve mixed red, and evergreen with black and white and a little bit of rustic brown.
What I love most about this look is the cozy plaid print. And lucky for us there’s just so many beautiful ways that you can incorporate pretty plaid prints into your day! Don’t you just love the plaid sash on the bride’s dress? And look how it was carried over onto the centerpieces! Yes, those are thermoses, you guys! So cute and creative, if you ask me!
Sleigh bells, evergreen and berries galore – these are a few of my favorite things! And this roundup of plaid pretties? I wouldn’t mind living in this scene for a while! Plus what’s nice is that this look can totally be created with seasonal items that can be easily found during the holidays!
In addition, you’ll actually find that churches and reception venues are often already decked out with things like holiday garlands and poinsettias. Not to mention, the abundance of Christmas trees, ornaments and evergreen. So totally perfect! To add a rustic flair, I suggest incorporating things like burlap and pinecones! And to get the cozy plaid look? Use cozy plaid flannel for table cloths. Or why not incorporate a touch of plaid into your attire? It’s a charming look that totally conveys my love for the season! And I couldn’t love it more! Bride: Photography by Sachin Khona via Wed Over Heels // Thermos Centerpieces: Designed and Styled by Feather + Oak, Jenna Henderson Photography Locklane Wedding + Events Florals by Rosemary and Finch via Ruffled // Holiday Cocktail: Jodi Miller Photography via The Bride’s Cafe // Bride with Plaid Shirt: Photo by Ciara Richardson // Centerpiece + Sleigh Bells: by Sweet Something Design // Wedding Cake: Couture Colorado // Wreaths on Door: db Photo // Table: Sweet Something Design // Cocoa: Jenna Henderson Photography // Groom’s Attire: Michelle Lamarand Photography via Intimate Weddings // Bouquet: Orange Girl Photographs via Style Me Pretty // Newlyweds: Haley Sheffield Photography via Ruffled