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Winter Wedding Wishlist: Inspiration for the Perfect Big Day

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Pour yourself a cup of cocoa and grab a comfy blanket, for the season of hygge, the Danish word for "coziness," is here. Today, we're serving up a fresh batch of winter wedding inspiration that will keep you nice and warm, no matter what the weather is outside. Whether your wedding is a week away, a year from now, or still just a twinkle in your eye, here are all of our favorite winter wedding details.

Hannah and Anton’s Winter Wedding at Ryland Inn

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Hannah and Anton had a beautiful ceremony and wedding reception at Ryland Inn in Lehigh Valley. The venue was light an airy with white walls and high ceilings. Yet, the texture of the different stone elements incorporated into the fireplace and exterior gave the space a decidedly cozy feel.

Victoria and Kohl’s Once Upon a December Wedding, San Diego

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Victoria and Kohl said "I do" in an early December wedding at BRICK San Diego. Located in a Historic Landmark Building, BRICK exudes originality and character. At the same time, it's clean and cozy. The abundant natural light in the space made for incredible photos.

Inspiration and Tips for Family Portraits That Will Leave You Feeling Thankful

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For Thanksgiving, we're celebrating the holiday with a series of photos that capture the love. Whether you're looking for some Thanksgiving wedding inspiration, wedding portrait inspiration, or you just want to relish in gratitude for family (yours and other people's), these photos will give you those warm, fuzzy feels.

Spectacular Modern Wedding Inspiration From Katie and Justin, Phoenix

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Katie and Justin's late summer wedding was a modern museum fête. Although the wedding took place in the warmth of late summer, it's a great example of a venue that would work in cooler weather, too. With the seasons fluctuating so much in recent years, choosing a space that works in different ways for summer or fall can be a great way to hedge your bets for the weather. The same goes for fall-winter, winter-spring, and spring-summer flexibility. 

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