Emily and Cameron’s winter wedding was entirely unique, from their attire to the setting. They hosted their Celtic-inspired nuptials at an old farmhouse in the New Hampshire countryside, where loved ones joined them for an intimate ceremony and dinner. Every carefully chosen detail harmonized to create a rustic-meets-elegant atmosphere inspired by the season! I’m so glad I could get to know this sweet couple and assist them with wedding planning.
Cameron chose traditional Highlander attire to honor his heritage for his marriage to Emily. His green tartan kilt was a fun detail, and it paired perfectly with his classic black suit coat, bowtie, and brogues. A black and white sporran at his waist completed the time-honored ensemble that looked right at home in a winter wedding.
Meanwhile, Emily stepped outside the norm with her outfit as well. Instead of a dress, she opted for a skirt and blouse combination that was so charming. Her puff-sleeve blouse, crafted from delicate Swiss dot fabric in a traditional white colorway, paired perfectly with her flowing tulle skirt in a gorgeous shade of robin’s egg blue. Black rhinestone pumps with sweet bowtie details added a touch of glamour! In addition, she carried a bouquet from Posies by Trim with ivory roses, blue thistle, and hints of sea lavender. The wintery color scheme was the perfect complement to her outfit.
An intimate dinner with loved ones inside the farmhouse’s impeccably decorated dining room followed Emily and Cameron’s wedding ceremony. I had so much fun collaborating with Southern Calligraphy to create this winter wedding tablescape! Hand-calligraphed escort cards with soft blue watercolor and wax seal details awaited the couple’s honored guests and conducted them to their seats. Everyone sat around the farmhouse’s antique mahogany table, which fit the occasion perfectly.
Deer antlers and fronds of evergreen formed a rustic centerpiece, bordered by vintage silver candlesticks to elevate the design. At each guest’s place setting, a mustard charger topped with a white dessert plate added a pop of color and a contemporary feel. Meanwhile, embroidered cloth napkins with the couple’s initial added an elegant bespoke touch. The design was the perfect marriage of old and new, with homages to rustic farmhouse living and sophisticated bridal style!
I loved planning Emily and Cameron’s winter wedding. Although this season isn’t the most popular choice among to-be-weds, when done right, it’s stunning. Are you envisioning a winter wonderland wedding in snowy New England? Share your vision with us, and we’ll bring it to life!
Planning: Events by Sorrell
Venue: Private residence in Wilton, NH
Photography: Kate Preftakes
Floral Design: Posies by Trim
Stationery: Southern Calligraphy
Dessert: Baker’s Station
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Events By Sorrell is an award-winning wedding planner designing thoughtful and elegant weddings. Based in New Hampshire, serving all of New England.