It’s heating up here in North East. So you know what that means?! We need a dose of winter wedding to cool us off. Take one look at all the cool winter details or the warm heart’s of Mackenzie + Weston that Laurie Marie Photography so sweetly snapped up, and there’s no way you won’t feel all warm and fuzzy inside. This incredible wintery Wisconsin wedding is full of romance and all kinds of rustic goodies (not to mention the cutest couple with perfectly rustic names to boot!) There’s a beautiful stone lodge, the best bridal party accessories I’ve seen, and a coffee bar that will warm your hands to match the smile on your heart after you see this sweet one today!
With a wedding this pretty, I find myself having a little girl-crush on the beautiful bride. Today is no exception since I so want to steal her chunky knit shawl and warm wintery look! But today I find myself imagining that I would be equally happy being on either side of the bridal party to snag some of their winter swag.
Beyond the hand-knit scarves and mittens made for the bridal party the gorgeous birch white, steel blue, grey, and red color palette played perfectly off the Hinterland Brewery & Restaurants amazing stone backdrop. The custom birch candles that Weston drilled and etched himself, just added to the perfection of this color combo.
As a girl married to a man that’s turned me into a coffee snob, I must say the coffee + cocoa bar tops this wedding off to be an A+ in my book. Aww, heck! Thanks to Laurie Marie Photography, and this creative duo, the whole thing gets an A+, smiley faces and shiny star stickers! Thanks Laurie Marie, and congratulations Mackenzie + Weston!
Photographer: laurie marie photography
Caterer: Hinterland Brewery & Restaurant
Event Planner: sash&bow
It’s great how they really embraced the season. I love all the mittens, scarves, and sweaters!
Where did the navy bolero come from?
It’s so cute isn’t it!? Mackenzie handmade all of the knitted accessories herself!
I have been looking everywhere for a knitting pattern for a shawl like this for my wedding in december. Do you happen to have a pattern or able to point me in the right direction?????