Winter is fully upon us and this winter Dripping Springs styled shoot is the perfect complement to the season! Christine Wright of Swish + Click Photography pulled together an amazing cast of vendors to pull of this unique take on a winter wedding. Part Christmas, part urban chic, this styled shoot has it all--holiday themes for the traditional bride and urban fashion for the trendy bride. Get into these images and then hop on over to the gallery for even more goodness!


From Swish + Click Photography...This styled wedding, shoot is inspired by the magic of winter. It has touches of both warmth and ice, contrasts that work surprisingly well in this shoot. Stylistically conceived by Classy & Sassy Chics Events and hosted on a foggy/moody day at D6 Retreat, this shoot could inspire any bride that wants a winter themed wedding.The colors of the shoot are reds and greens, with some white and silver thrown in as accents. The table setting is on a wood table with lush green pine and red cranberry accents. The table settings are layered white plates with red charging plates, accented with silverware and pine cones, the table is inviting and warm. The ceremony area has cream doors decorated with pine cone garland and accented with trees, pine cones and fur and a gorgeous chandelier. With the green trees and fog surrounding the area, it is a beautiful, whimsical place to get married.The cake, by Get Caked, sits upon a wood cake stand, resting on a rich brown accent table. By the cake are silver candelabras and red and white flowers. These touches work perfectly with the cake, which has silver accents and top tier. On the cake are red & white roses with green pine accents, which corresponds to the table setting.The couple looks ready for a winter wedding--the bride in a white dress and a pink sweater by Renegade Bridal. Gold accented jewelry by Chloe & Isabel is subtle and delicate touches. The groom is wearing a less traditional gray jacket with dark blue accents in the bow tie, pocket square, and black dress pants. The gray jacket is my favorite touch as it feels wintery and matches perfectly with the decorations.