Today’s minimalist winter wedding shoot from Michele Hart Photography speaks to anyone who loves sweater weather and a crackling fire. This amazing team in Denver mange to perfectly capture the charm of a cozy evening in front of the fireplace rendered as a chic, mid century wedding with hanging greenery and a table runner of glowing candles!
Mid Century Minimalist Winter Wedding Styling
When it comes to styling for the groom, this has to be my favorite inspiration! To create a cozy winter look for the handsome husband to be, they layered a tweed blazer over a shawl collar cardigan. The rich materials look added a gorgeous textural counterpoint to the bride’s long sleeve dress. Park Floral created a cascade bouquet of burgundy roses, clematis, and trailing ivy to offset the clean expanse of the simple gown. A simple and elegant wrap kept her cozy against the Colorado winter weather.
The reception awaiting in Denver area eatery GOZO was the perfect anecdote to the raw cold outside. The exposed brick walls and minimal wood furniture inspired an elegant mid century design to complement the soaring ceiling and cool winter light. To capture the ambiance of an intimate winter’s evening, the team set a long farm table with a raw silk runner covered in ferns and roses, lined with glowing taper candles. DIY string escort cards marked each seat, along with a mini bundt cake to add to the Scandinavian theme. Overhead, hanging vines and Edison bulbs brought in traditional Midwinter greenery to add to the rustic industrial scene.
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