But I am seeing more and more winter weddings in the midwest. Couples are choosing to embrace the season and use the beauty of the winter season to there advantage and the pictures from Dane and Madelyn's wedding are proof that it works. I wonder if the fact that venues are filling up so far in advance has been a factor in seeing more winter weddings here in the heartland.
Dane and Maddie were married on a beautiful winter day in January. There first meet and photos were taken at the historic and warm setting of the Rollins Mansion. Expressions Photography took all of these sweet and beautiful photos that I am sharing.
|The beautiful couple at the Rollins Mansion in Des Moines, IA|
|See what I mean about pictures outside in the winter. Awesome|
|For Maddies bouquet we used white Anemones with black centers, white garden roses, white roses, pink majolicas spray roses, winter greens and pine cones.|
|What is more seasonal than pine cones.|
|Love this photo. Thank you Expressions Photography|
|Bridesmaids bouquets were White Hydrangea, White Roses, Pink Majolica Spray Roses White Anemones (with their cute black centers), Brunia, Dusty Miller, Evergreen and of course Pine Cones.|
|Sweet details for the bridesmaids shawls and gloves.|
|Maddie chose to have several different centerpieces that all had the same theme. Here she used wood slices, lanterns and dried hydrangea flowers. And chocolates, YUM!|
|Some of the tables had these centerpieces with a trio of cylinder vases filled with White Hydrangea, Pine Cones and candles set in epsom salt for a snow effect.|
|Another centerpiece option. So much warmth with the candles, wood and pine cones.|
|Love lanterns for any season|
|More candles and wood slices|
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