Even though this wedding took place in November, it gives me all of the Valentine’s day feels! Those lush red and pink florals created by The Farmer’s Daughter, the sweet and romantic look created by Hannah Conard Beauty and the beautiful backdrop of Heinz Chapel, Mellon Park and Mansions on Fifth. I was seriously swooning all day long! I hope that you have the most amazing day with your loved ones!
Hi all! I cannot believe the holidays are already here! This month has absolutely flown by with preparations. Gift buying, wrapping, card sending and joy wishing are just a few of the things that have kept us busy. I am so thankful for my good friends with Basic Invite that make one part of the process much easier to handle! From holiday cards to beautiful wedding invitations, they have got you covered! My absolute favorites are the real wood invites! What the perfect addition to a winter wedding. I’ll let them share a few tidbits about their business with you, along with an awesome discount code if you read to the bottom!
Invitations For A Winter Wedding Wonderland
The holiday season is in full swing which means engagement season is here! With the celebrations and nights by the fireplace and family and friends all around… this time of year is the perfect excuse for a romantic engagement or winter wedding. There are many ways to go about planning you winter wedding wonderland and the stationery pros at Basic Invite want to share with you some of their favorite icy inspiration for your fabulous event!
The amount of ideas for wedding invitations are endless, but one of the most timeless – photo wedding invitations. Guests love seeing the happy couple in all their pre-nuptial glory so give the people what they want! Take some snow filled photos this winter and use them for your destination wedding save the date or your winter themed wedding invites.
Hitting the slopes or planning a snowy cabin getaway for your wedding is the perfect reason to try out Basic Invite’s destination wedding invitations. They have tons of themes like nautical, tropical, woodsy, and of course, wintery. So, make a thing of it! Use your destination as a platform for your decor and overall aesthetic.
Let your wedding announcements double as unique Christmas cards this year! If you are getting married or currently tying up loose ends from your big day and have to cross things off your Christmas list – this is the best way to get two things done at once! A true holiday and planning professional! Basic Invite has over 250 holiday card designs and many of them are geared towards newlyweds. This is a unique approach to the holidays that is special in more ways than one.
Real wood wedding invitations are the ultimate detail for a winter wedding. They bring that deep woodsy feel to life with cherry wood veneer and bright white ink. These will impress your guests and be a great starting point for a romantic holiday wedding. Choose a deep red or green colored envelope for an extra enchanting element.
With over 180 colors and 200 wedding invitation designs their are limitless options when it comes to your wedding invitation designs. Try mix and matching ice blue hues and add some gold or silver foil for a sparkling seasonal feel.
Basic Invite is currently offering 15% off everything site wide and 30% off all holiday cards.
Happy holidays and best wishes!
When Rebecca contacted me to photograph their intimate wedding at Settlers Cabin Park with just their immediate family present, I was thrilled! The ceremony would be short but she wanted close to two hours of portraits of just the two of them,
BE STILL MY HEART!
Even better the weather was absolutely perfect! The sunlight streaming in at the location they chose was absolutely gorgeous and the lush greens that mark the end of summer were the absolute perfect backdrop.
The portrait portion was a dream. They were so comfortable together and everything was just effortless. Enjoy their beautiful wedding day portraits!
There is not enough room to properly showcase this wedding day on my blog. Brittney and George’s wedding day was straight out of a movie. Everything was perfectly directed, the scene was gorgeous and the bride and groom were absolutely in love and naturals in front of the camera.
Brittney and George chose to see one another before the ceremony in a first look (which is quite literally my favorite thing in the world!) We chose Pitt’s campus as the backdrop before their Heinz Chapel wedding and the lush greens and beautiful stone were the perfect backdrop. I am in LOVE with their portraits and I had a narrowing down what to share.
After a beautiful ceremony, Brittney and George chose to stop at the lock bridge in Oakland to place their own lock to commemorate their wedding day and the bond of their love. Then we headed to the Club at Nevillewood where a gorgeous reception had been set and a night of dancing awaited.
I loved everything about this wedding day! So happy to share it with you today!