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There’s just something about a white, winter wedding. The crisp colors, the strategic use of white and the cleanness of it all just is so lovely. And if a couple gets snow… it’s a bonus! I just love everything about Sean and Alicia’s day… especially the flowers and the home-like venue they chose for their intimate affair. The stone walls, mantels and snow covered outdoors added to much to this lovely day.

This couple actually chose New Year’s Eve to have their celebration, which is perfect! Many people are looking for a reason to get dressed up, go out and have a great time on New Year’s, and a wedding is the perfect opportunity to do so! So, grab a warm drink, and get ready for Matthew Douglas Photography to transport you to a white, winter wedding.

White Winter Wedding as seen on Hill City Bride

Winter Wedding by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Bridal Bouquet by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Venue by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Simple Winter Decor by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Winter Bride by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Ceremony by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Ceremony by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Winter Bridal Party by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Bride and Groom by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Snow Couple by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Winter Wedding Couple by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Place Cards by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Reception by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Favor by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Cake by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Live Artist by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
First Dance by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
Happy New Year by Matthew Douglas as seen on Hill City Bride
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Virginia Waterside Wedding by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride

A Virginia waterside wedding sounds so romantic, doesn’t it? Roy and Adell’s day was just that! From a lovely setting to being surrounded by loved ones and friends, their day is filled with details and a sense of family.

The color palette of aqua with coral is just so happy. The coordinating invitations are perfect, and the anchor is a sweet touch. The sentiment “tie the knot” is perfect for a wedding with a subtle nautical theme. One of my favorite parts is the garland that the groom is wearing… how unique! It’s such a fun twist on the traditional boutonniere. Flower crowns also adorned the heads of the bridesmaids.

This Chesapeake Bay waterside wedding was photographed by Laura of Laura Matthews Photography. Here is what she had to say about Adell and Roy’s wedding…

Adell and Roy brought together their family and friends in an intimate, riverside wedding at The Tides Inn on the Chesapeake Bay. Lovers of the sea and fine wine, this couple’s beautiful celebration focused on what mattered most; their love and bringing together their new family of four children. They didn’t let the rainstorms impede their celebration and luckily, the clouds eased up just in time for their waterfront ceremony.

Sounds so lovely, and you can sense the love for their children in their day. Enjoy!

Accessories by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Gown by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Rings by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Invitation by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Getting Ready by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Groom by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Bridesmaids by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Bridal Look by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Ceremony by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Marina by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Bride by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Day by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Family by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Family on Dock by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Marina Wedding by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Newlyweds by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Lawn Games by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Friends by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Flowers by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Cupcakes by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Wine by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Water by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride
Bride and Groom by Laura Matthews Photography as seen on Hill City Bride

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Choosing a first dance song is FUN, but the pressure can be on. All eyes are on you and your new spouse… so fun and exciting! Picking out a song doesn’t have to be a hard task. Honestly, I believe that the best thing is to just pick a song that means something to the two of you. Maybe choose a favorite song or something that makes you smile. Be sure that it is somewhat easy to dance to because the genre of music that you choose and the song you pick determine how you will dance. Maybe you and your fiance can have a dance night at home testing out some different melodies… wouldn’t that be fun? I love that idea! Ok, on to our first dance song ideas. I hope that you find something you love!

First Dance Songs as seen on Hill City Bride

Looking for more music choices? We have many fun and different ideas on our Pinterest board. Just click here to check it out!

*photo by Gold Hat Photography*

The father daughter dance is definitely one that brings many a tear to a wedding reception! It’s sometimes hard for a daddy to give his little girl away to another man, but it’s also a time to celebrate life and love. Take a peek at our father daughter dance song suggestions… you are sure to find one that you love. There are many musical genres and eras to choose from along with songs that come from either the perspective of the daughter or the dad. Have fun finding one that you would like to use for a special time with your father.

20 Father Daughter Dance Song Ideas

Craving more music ideas for various parts of your wedding? Then take a peek at the Pinterest board we have been working on by clicking here! We have suggestions for the wedding, reception and more, so be sure to check it out.

*photo by ZA Designz*

  • BJ Williams - I love this list. My wife actually used “I Loved Her First” as her entrance music for our wedding because her dad did not want to do a father/daughter dance (long story on that one) “Butterfly Kisses” is a classic father/daughter dance tune as well

Hot Pink Wedding Inspiration by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride

This North Carolina wedding is full of a fun color… hot pink! It’s a bold color, but it’s also a lot of fun to play with in your color palette. I feel that it perfectly fits this outdoor, lakeside wedding. There are also so many fun details in this hot pink wedding. You will notice the puzzles throughout. The guests signed puzzle pieces as the guest book, which will make a fun keepsake for the bride and groom. Their cake topper was also two puzzle pieces that fit perfectly together. How fun!

Lindsay and Brad also experience a sweet first look together, and the bottom of her shoes have sweet sentiments written on them. I could go on and on about the tank tops and personalized hangers for the bridesmaids, the beautiful florals and the adorable dog, but I’ll refrain and let you experience this beautiful wedding photographed by Christopher Bell Photography. Enjoy!

Bridal Accessories by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Shoes by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Rings by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Shoes by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Hangers by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bride with Bridesmaids by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Makeup by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Getting Ready by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
First Look by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bride and Groom by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bride by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Groomsmen by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Groom by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Programs by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Flowers by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Ceremony Seating by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Outdoor Ceremony by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Dog by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bouquets by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bride Coming Down Aisle by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Ceremony by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bridal Kiss by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bridal Party by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Bridesmaids by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Hands by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Cocktail Hour Decor by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Puzzle Guest Book by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Details by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Reception Decor by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Puzzle Cake by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Cutting Cake by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Catering by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Reception Dancing by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride
Wedding Exit by Christopher Bell as seen on Hill City Bride

 

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  • Suarez Bakery - Great post, Jennifer. We were glad to provide the cake for such a beautiful pink wedding.