This will probably be the last wedding post for a while, as not too many people in New England get married in the bleak winter. The dark days, the chance of bad weather, all can cast a pallor over winter wedding plans, but for those taking the winter challenge on, there is much to be gained! Venues and vendors are more available so you might have your pick where those who marry in more popular months may not get their first choice and have to settle.
Our bride chose a mostly white color palette with blue as the accent as her maids were in navy. Her bouquet has seasonally appropriate 'Snowy Jewel' roses, ranunculus, and mini callas, with small accents of gray berries and foliage, and a dark green lemon leaf collar.
beadwork from her grandmother's wedding gown for a sentimental touch. The beadwork was particularly fragile and I'm afraid after hours of being clutched in the hand the silk threads holding it together may have dissolved! But I'm sure there were enough beads to perhaps be repurposed into a necklace or other adornment for the next bride in the family.
tortum cones) wrapped with a touch of blue ribbon.
Tuckerman Hall, again with the sun lighting up this one centerpiece.