Don’t shoot the messenger, but now that Halloween is behind us, that festive and cheerful holiday we all so love and cherish is now just 55 days away. To get you in the spirit, this little chic tropical Christmas wedding inspiration from Vanessa Hicks Photography is exactly what winter brides are wishing for in vibrant reds and greens. It’s not our intention to rush the holiday season, but when we laid our eyes on Vida Chic Events concept and Su-V Expressions stunning floral, we couldn’t help but share with you lovelies too. After all, it’s in the spirit of giving! With year round sunny weather in Paradise, the islands are the perfect place to combine warmth and seasonal festivities – the best of both worlds we think. Seriously – Hawaii barely sees temps below 70 degrees, that alone is something to cheer about for us.
Chic Tropical Christmas Wedding Inspiration
Celebrating Christmas by the sea does take a little getting used to. Sunny and bright without the snowy and white – unless you consider the powder like sands – is a touch different. But a vision that exudes elegance and is welcoming as this fete? Book your tickets now! Plus, you can always tack on extra days to swoop right into that honeymoon. Think end game goals, brides. One of the reasons, Hawaii has always been a number one choice for destination weddings. From the lush tropical bouquet boasting island fav blooms in rich bold hues, to the candlelit tablescape and rose filled garland, the most ardent lovers of summer will find themselves dreaming of the coziness a tropical Christmas wedding can bring. The wildly gorgeous images are bold statement testimony and they always say “pix to prove” your case. To further give you a reason to fall head of heels with this inspiration, the season is the perfect excuse to wear a fierce red lipstick just as Jireh Artistry created this bride’s fresh face. The icing on the cake – or perhaps one without all the fluff is Our Treats Designs naked masterpiece adorned in fresh petals. “Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say on a bright Hawaiian Christmas day,” where the palm trees sway and everything is (red), green and bright!