Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland

A chilly winter photo session may not sound like a cozy cup of hot chocolate, but the results of this white-washed fairytale makes it seem completely worth it. Dancing snowflakes, frosted mountain peaks and festive evergreens all dream up an enchanting winter bridal wonderland. The romance of a wintery scenery at Snowbird in Utah is instantly dramatized with vibrant reds playing against the stark white snow. C. Baron Photography shows just how to take advantage of your blustery wedding date by saying “I do” to a fabulously beautiful bridal session in the snow. We’re willing to bet that at least most this year’s winter brides love a good snowfall. After all, why pick a winter wedding date you don’t want to benefit from the unique attributes the season brings? Just as we encourage couples and brides to snap photos amongst the fall foliage, embrace the fresh spring air with fresh new budding floral, or pose in the summer sunshine, we’re here to tell you that snowy wedding photos are pretty much the best way to create an enchanting winter bridal wonderland.

Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland

While you might have a few uncomfortable and chilly minutes, they’re well worth it to capture an enchanting winter bridal wonderland. This styled shoot happens to have us crushing on the holiday vibe with loads of greenery and a simple color palette mostly courtesy of Mother Nature herself. Red, green and the freshly fallen powder white encompass the seasonal spirit. Throwing on a pretty faux fur to contrast with the bold red gown additionally compliments the magical glimmer of this snowy setting. Seasonal ornaments play into the textile and those cozy moments with a fresh cup of coco. Do you need any more convincing? This dreamy gallery highlights the seasonal celebration upon us while making a case for a Utah resort wedding in the colder months. While this sesh is all about the bride-to-be, we can easily imagine these as steal-worthy ideas for an engagement shoot or pre-wedding with the groom.

Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
Enchanting Winter Bridal Wonderland
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Photographer: C. Baron Photography |  Location: Snowbird | Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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