THE MAGIC OF A WINTER WEDDING2016-12-072017-06-07https://mazzonehospitality.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/no-tagline-mazzone-hospitality-logo.pngMazzone Hospitalityhttps://mazzonehospitality.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/15317953_1351089964901102_4680712992991753843_n.jpg200px200px
Winter is right around the corner and at Mazzone Hospitality, it is our favorite time of the year! We’re not talking about the short days, the low temperature or how bad traffic is when the first snowfall appears. What we love is the joy of the Holiday Season, our Brides and Grooms that are open to crisp weather and all the magic that a winter wedding brings.
Throughout the years, our couples have brought some unconventional and creative ideas to make their wedding day unique, let’s take a look!
The perfect Christmas shoes, a touch of red! Photo credit: Rob Spring Photography
A unique seasonal pine cone door hanger for their guests to bring home as a favor. We especially love this for a rustic wedding, or glitter-dusted for a more formal affair. Photo credit: Kevin DeMassio Photography
A striking midnight blue escort cards table. Photo Credit: Rob Spring Photography
Unique dessert stations are always fun, and what’s better than a warm gooey Smore’s on a cold winter night?
Crème Brûlée torched while served to your guests add a touch of excitement to the night.
Winter= comfort food season. Many couples have opted for home-baked mini skillet pies- and they’ve been a BIG hit! (in a small pan)
Twinkle lights add to the sparkle of the snow. Photo Credit: Matt Ramos Photography
And don’t forget the gorgeous outdoor shots! A snowfall backdrop is effortlessly romantic. Photo Credit: Matt Ramos photography. Location: Hall of Springs
Nothing says winter more than snowcapped pine trees! Photo credit: Elario Photography. Location: Saratoga Spa State park
Pictures of a winter themed wedding with snowflake cookie favors, centerpieces, ornaments and candles creating a warm glow on each table. Photo credit: Rob Spring Photography. Location: Saratoga National Golf Course
This bride opted for a unique bouquet as well as a gorgeous (and cozy) fur shawl! Her florals were a beautiful arrangement of versatile greenery, adding texture and color, keeping the winter spirit alive. Photo credit: Matt Ramos Photography. Bouquets from Experience and Creative Design
We loved how this couple incorporated pine tree branches into their winter centerpieces. Photo credit: Elario Photography. Floral: Renaissance Floral Design.
Katie and Nate ( of Katie O’ Wedding & Events) brought their guests outside for some beautiful fireworks over the snow and provided them with pashmina’s to keep the winter chill away. Photo credit: Elario Photography. Location: Hall of Springs