A Styled Shoot

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IF you’ve ever dreamed about hav­ing a Win­ter Wed­ding, now’s the time to start plan­ning your 2018 day of bliss! Ac­cord­ing to The Knot*, there are a range of ways to in­cor­po­rate the chilly sea­son into your Wed­ding theme, to make it unique and one that guests will never for­get!

Snowflakes and pinecones have al­ways been a sea­sonal dec­o­ra­tion hit - but why not try for some­thing truly glam­orous like hints of sil­ver and white with crys­tal ac­cents and can­dles.

And why not take ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to add an el­e­ment of sur­prise? A hot choco­late bar with ex­tras like whipped cream and choco­late shav­ings works won­ders for the cooler months and the per­fect treat to warm your guests!

It’s also im­por­tant to re­mem­ber to dress your bri­dal party ap­pro­pri­ately (and your­selves!). If you’re not into long-sleeved gowns, try adding chic wraps or faux fur shrugs to add a touch of Win­ter glam and keep shoul­ders cov­ered. And don’t for­get your guests - try blan­kets/wraps that dou­ble as favours, and make sure you ar­range ap­pro­pri­ate heat­ing to keep everyone com­fort­able.

A team of cre­ative #Tba­sup­pli­ers got to­gether over the Win­ter to pro­duce an in­spir­ing ‘Win­ter Wed­ding’ shoot to show you ideas about in­cor­po­rat­ing the chilly sea­son into pure magic! And what’s more, The Bride’s Av­enue is cur­rently run­ning a com­pe­ti­tion to win the dress fea­tured in this shoot (shrug not in­cluded). Check out the face­book page (@the­bridesav­enue) or web­site for de­tails!


Styling & Co­or­di­na­tion

& Events x

Hair // Stu­dio 62

Makeup // Baby­doll Makeup Artistry

Flo­rals // Denise’s Flower Stu­dio

Venue // Vista Lodge

Hire Items // Tay­lormade Wed­dings & Events x Shrug // Camilla Jayne x

Model // Bri Phillips

Dress // Pro­vided by The Bride’s Av­enue, giv­ing you the chance to WIN this dress! Visit www.the­bridesav­enue.com.au/give­away3 for de­tails and T&CS.

= a premium #Tba­sup­plier


// Tay­lormade Wed­dings

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