Every season, I try to bring you some beautiful wedding inspiration. This winter wedding at The Omni Grove Park Inn truly encompasses the season. A crisp white color palette with hints of sage green and silver set the tone for this elegant design. The Omni Grove Park Inn is a luxury hotel in Asheville, North Carolina. Engaged couples planning a wedding in the area, you won’t want to miss out on this blog! With multiple event locations onsite and accommodations for you and your guests, this is a wonderful venue for creating a personalized experience. I can’t wait to share Caroline and Will’s winter wedding here with you!
To start off this winter wedding, I am sharing one of my favorite flat lay photos from the day! Caroline and Will chose a simple stationery design. One of my favorite details on the invitation suite is the artistic print of their venue. This added a personal detail without being too overpowering. For the stationery flat lay photography, I added some pieces of fresh florals and some neutral fabric.
Bride and Groom Accessories
These bride and groom accessories deserved their own photo moments! Since the color palette remained was filled with neutrals and soft greens, there was so much texture. From the beading on the bridal heel to the dried florals in the bouquets and boutonnieres, I love this bride and groom’s style.
Onto the couple photos. Caroline and Will shared a first look before their ceremony at the outdoor space of their venue. Can you spot the dusting of snow? Caroline wore a cozy fur cape over her dress to keep warm and Will wore a chic black tux. I loved incorporating black and white options in each wedding gallery. Especially for winter weddings, these are incredibly romantic.
Check out these bridal party looks. Each bridesmaid dress added a muted pop of color to this winter wedding design. Then, the bridesmaids all wore matching fur capes with glamourous jewelry and lush bouquets as their accessories. Every detail counts! After getting ready, the bride and groom posed with their wedding party.
When it was time for the ceremony, this indoor space did not need much decor. This is why choosing a venue you aesthetically and logistically love is so important. With some, white drapery and a minimalistic wedding arch the space was ready to go! Some vibrant greenery and white roses matched the venue’s carpet. Of course, after saying “I do”. the bride and groom snapped some photos together and individually in front of the arch. They even invited their family to capture some photos at the space as well.
Reception time. Look at this reception location. The spacious windows bring in so much bright light which makes any photographer’s heart sing! Details such as stone, a fireplace, and bold chandeliers created an elegant yet intimate feeling. Each table stayed true to the design of the day with simple greenery and modern place settings with hints of silver. One of my favorite parts was the hanging floral installations.
The bride and groom cut their cake, enjoyed a delicious meal, and danced the night away with their guests. I hope you feel inspired for your wedding day after reading this blog!
Here are the amazing North Carolina vendors that all took part in bringing together this beautiful wedding:
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