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We’ve officially had our first snow of the season in most of the Rockies, so it’s time to be inspired by the cold that’s here to stay. We’ve compiled 10 of our favorite winter-weather looks we’ve seen lately from real Rocky Mountain weddings – from cute jackets to bold boots to lovely long-sleeve gowns – to help you get some style inspo for your chilly celebration!
Shelly & Ryan wed at El Rey Court in Santa Fe, New Mexico and took desert-mountain portraits nearby, which captured their whimsical winter style. Shelly’s gown had removable sleeves – to add warmth and beauty to the dress – and she paired it with a hat and boots to stay even warmer while having a consistent look. We love her groom, Ryan’s muted green suit against the barren backdrop.
Not only did Jenny wear a simple, long-sleeved gown from fan-favorite Reformation, but she brought a fuzzy tan coat to cozy up in with her matching groom against the gorgeous natural beauty. The two stayed warm during their picnic at the lake, with some help from extra accessories – a blanket to share and “Mr. & Mrs.” mugs. Jenny’s bridal hat is our favorite little winter touch!
Tayten needed a thick, furry coat to keep warm in for an outdoor ceremony in a Canadian winter. Her bridesmaids didn’t have to stay cold, either, and adorned edgier black leather jackets that contrasted against their deep red velvet gowns for the perfect winter palette.
We are obsessed with Cassidee’s bridal boots with the lace appliqué heel from Marc Fisher. She rocked them – adding a little bit of the couples’ Texas roots to the look – with a western-style hat and fringe denim jacket. Her groom Wyatt wore a gorgeous maroon colored suit, warming up a winter in Colorado a little bit more!
Alyssa stunned against the snow in a form fitting long-sleeved satin gown. With an off-the-shoulder number, she still needed a little more to warm up last winter, and her fur coat looked beautiful against all of the white. Her groom, Sean, stood out against the snow in a dark green suit – one of the prettiest jewel tones for a winter wedding if you ask us! Bridesmaids wore terracotta velvet gowns and got their own fur coats as well, letting everyone look straight out of a winter fairytale!
These brides wore the best of both worlds when it came to winter fashion. Mikhala looked like an actual ice-princess in her leaf appliqué gown and flower crown, and Devin wore the most stylish subtle-patterned pantsuit.
With two looks in one, this couple gave us all the inspo we need for winter weddings! First, the pair kept it light and a little more western, with boots, a hat for the groom, and a custom denim jacket for the bride to wear over her fun fringe dress. On the wedding day, the two went for a more sophisticated winter look, with Brittany in the most beautiful high-necked, long-sleeved gown from Monique Lhuiller, and Max wearing a maroon suit.
This couple kept it stylish on the slopes, and at their ceremony! Vienna & Chase had a wedding morning skiing with their loved ones, and Vienna had to wear a white puffer coat and veil of course! For their wedding day, Chase wore a textured brown suit and Vienna adorned long-sleeved lace, their outfits together warming us up for the spring already!
Kristina opted for a short, spaghetti-strapped dress, so she got the cutest fur coat to stay warm outside in the snow! The entire look together – with her classic white heels and mid-length veil – looked so fabulous as she walked away from the camera with her new husband.
Conner & Jade’s reception look kept it hot in the winter in Utah! Jade changed into a two-piece pantsuit look from Alta Mode Bridal, with the cutest puffy shoulder sleeves and a crown to show who’s queen!
For more winter wedding outfit inspo, check out our recent blog “9 Long-Sleeved Wedding Gowns We’re Longing to See this Winter”. Stay warm & stay stylish this winter, Rocky Mountain brides!