Bride sitting in chair at Burhill Golf Club

What do red, mint and silver, sparkles and sequins, and red roses and gypsophila make you think of? Of course, Christmas! Featuring stunning dresses and a beautiful wedding venue, today we are sharing the fabulous pictures by Jay Anderson Photography from this winter themed bridal shoot, created by a very talented team.

We love the quirkiness of this shoot, with the fun confetti bar, tempting sweet table and exquisite sparkly tablecloths…

“For our styled bridal shoot we chose classic winter and festive colours including red, mint and silver. December is such a magical time of the year to get married and we wanted to showcase a winter wedding in a creative and fun way, using traditional colours and adding lots of sparkles and sequins.

“The bridal bouquet and table flowers were made up of red roses and gypsophila, which is the perfect Christmas arrangement. The gypsophila was scattered through the rose bouquet, and jewelled rhinestones were added to the centre of the roses to add that touch of glamour.

“The bride’s beautiful dress was designed by Charlotte Garratt. The gown is so elegant that our make-up and hair stylist wanted to complement the dress by creating a simple updo with soft curls, and a vibrant red lip. Our bridesmaid wore a soft mint coloured dress, and her make-up was kept very fresh and innocent with lots of pale pinks and browns being used.

“By adding a striking red sequin tablecloth the dessert and cake table soon became a showstopper in its own right! The three tier wedding cake with light mint base was adorned with white lace work and red flowers. Iced biscuits and cupcakes in white and mint were finished off with red flowers with glitter centres, again adding that touch of sparkle. The sweet labels included a red and mint chevron background and were also decorated with little jewels, adding to the festive bling.”

Burhill Golf Club

Bride standing by window

Bride with hand on hip

Bride wearing Charlotte Garratt wedding dress Bride looking to side


Bride with fur shrug

Bride wrapped in fur shrug

Bride at top of stairs at Burhill Golf Club

Bride holding winter bouquet

Bride holding winter bouquet Bride holding winter bouquet

Bride with hand on hip holding winter bouquet

Bride and bridesmaid on stairs of Burhill Golf Club

Bride and bridesmaid on stairs of Burhill Golf Club

Festive, winter cake and dessert table

Enjoy some treats sign

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Bride on hill - Picture by Red on Blonde Photography

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Bride holding tree branch and groom holding bride's bouquet - Picture by Joseph Hall Photography

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Bride and groom holding each other at sunset - Picture by Jackson and Co Photography

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Bride and groom in field looking down at camera - Picture by Howling Basset Photography

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Bride and groom laying on ground - Picture by David McNeil Photography

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Bride and groom kissing in the sea - Picture by Michelle Lindsell Photography

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Mirror image of bride and groom standing in the road - Picture by Devlin Photos

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Couple next to red Vespa

So, you have just got married and want some really cool after wedding pictures… where is the best place to go? What do you need? How about going to Paris with a really cute, bright red Vespa? We LOVE it! Paris is such an amazing place for pictures as it offers such charm and rustic settings. This couple did not want to have traditional pictures in Paris with the Eiffel Tower; instead they chose fun, quirky locations for their amazing pictures, taken by Esther and Gabe. So simple yet so charming.

“The young couple organised a genuine multicultural wedding; Amélie was born in Paris while Attila was born in Budapest. They both love the little red Italian Vespa, so they organized their wedding around traveling and motorcycle riding. Amélie was insistent on a couple of things, one was that the pictures in Paris of the bride and groom (bride and groom session) be done without the Eiffel Tower, while the other was that the wedding itself be in Budapest.”

Building in Paris

Paris themed wedding stationery

Red Vespa Necklace around bride's neck

Bunting on back of red Vespa

Bride and groom Red tulips

Bride standing holding bouquet

Bride with floral crown Bride holding red tulips

Bride and groom

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Bride and groom sitting on swing chair - Picture by Your Wedding Guest

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