To add an unexpected touch to your winter wedding consider layering different textures and colours.
Intricate patterns, brocades and beading are perfect for your decadent big day in Winter. Don't be afraid to think outside the box and play around with different styles and looks. The festive season is always more glamourous and sumptuous so, as the bride, feel free to set the tone. This is a day (and a dress) that you want people to remember!
Surprise your guests by choosing delicate shades of blush pink or taupe and then add a dash of festive red.
These 1930's Madeline Vionnet gowns are a great inspiration for an old Hollywood style wedding gown. Just imagine them on New Years Eve!
Our slinky 1930's wedding gown is encrusted with sparkling rhinestones. It has the most fabulous low back and we've thrown a faux fur bolero with rhinestone clasp over it to keep the winter chills at bay.
This Jacques Fath ensemble in 1952 shows us just how rich and picture perfect muted colour tones can look.
We've paired a 1940s mink strapless, ballet length gown that's covered in sequins and rhinestones with a 50's beaded, baby pink cardigan. This unusual colour palette is not one that instantly springs to mind for a bride but just add a bird cage veil or short veil and you'll wow them all!
Red and pink is one of our favourite festive colour combinations so why not introduce it into your wedding day? This incredible image is of Jacques Fath evening gowns in 1952.
Our 1950's pale pink, tea length gown has all the sparkle needed for a winter wedding. We then added a vivid red 1950's beaded cardigan for some seasonal cheer!
If you want to go full CHRISTMAS take some inspiration from Anne Gunning in the 1950's. Looking fabulously festive Wearing a Sybil Connolly coat.
If a touch of sparkle is more your thing then how about adding a unique accessory. It could be gloves, something a little different in your hair or a piece of jewellery. We think this 1940's sparkling bird of paradise brooch would look incredible pinned to your bridal cover-up!