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Winter Wedding Advice | Utah Winter Wedding Inspiration

WINTER WEDDING ADVICE

The seasons are changing so we are bringing some winter wedding advice to the blog! There is nothing prettier than a bride and groom in fresh snow for wedding portraits. If you are planning a wedding in the winter, there are some things to consider to make your day run smoothly and warmly.

Winter Wedding Advice

Winter Sunset

Remember the sunset is earlier in the winter.  In Utah, the sunset in December is at around 5pm. So when you are touring venues, remember that the light outside will be gone during your reception. Also, be sure to plan family and portrait picture taking time to be before sunset!

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Formal Session

Formal sessions are a MUST! Weather is unpredictable so planning to photograph the must have photos before hand is smart! Also the best light for engagements/ formals session is usually around 9am 3pm, because it is warmer and brighter.

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Keep Driving Time Down

Keep your venues near each other to avoid icy roads. Including a lot of driving on a wedding day adds unnecessary stress if the roads are bad. If at all possible, organize your timeline and venues within 20 mins or less of each other to keep your guests safe, and everyone on time! 

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Beautiful Venue

Choose a venue that will look good if family portraits take place inside! Depending on conditions, we might need to take portraits indoors! Venues will open space, white walls and big windows are helpful! 

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Dress Warm

Be strategic with what you wear! If you plan to take any photos outside, consider wearing leggings and boots underneath your dress and pants.  When wedding dress shopping, make sure that the dresses you try on are long enough and not too tight if you want to do that. Also including a cape or shawl can keep you warm. Grooms can wear multiple shirts, or a thicker dress shirt.

Winter Wedding Advice

Winter Inspo

Remember that even if your wedding is around Christmas, you don’t have to feel pressured to have a Christmas wedding. Lots of my couples use winter was the theme, complete with lights, crystals, pine and snow!  

Bonus Tip

Hide hand warmers in the grooms pockets. This will be the perfect way to warm up your hands real quick. 

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  1. Ashley Ziegler

    November 20th, 2019 at 2:49 pm

    I can’t imagine doing pictures in the cold but daaaaaang they always turn out GORGEOUS!

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WELCOME

Kylee leads the incredible KA photography team based in Northern Utah and helps other photographer and creative entrepreneurs create thriving businesses. When she's not shooting, scheduling, editing, blogging, being the boss etc, you can find her on adventures with her three babies or catching up on last nights tv in yesterday’s clothes. 

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