By Deborah Lindquist
Under a clear blue sky on a snowy mountaintop in Aspen or in an intricately carved ice castle church in Sweden surrounded by gently falling snow, a winter wedding is something unusually spectacular.
While some of our friends in cold, snowy regions may be tired of the white stuff, there is something so truly romantic and beautiful about a fresh blanket of softly glistening crystals of snow.
Reasonably enough, a winter wedding dress should offer the bride some warmth. Here are some ideas to keep you warm while keeping your look romantic and feminine without feeling like you should just throw a parka over your shoulders. Read more on Huffington Post here.
Thanks to Autumn Stankay for the beautiful images, and to Alexandra Naples and Stacey Oplinger-Krainbucher for braving the cold. See my Winter Weddings Lookbook here: