Get ready to fall in love with this wintry styled shoot from Texas-based photographer Kendra Swalls of Paisley Layne Photography. The holiday-inspired color scheme paired with rustic details (think burlap and plaid) is giving us all the cozy vibes we need.
Grab a cup of hot cocoa and check out the details here!
The invitation suite put a spin on traditional winter decor with on-trend calligraphy and watercolor details. We also love the plaid reply cards and velvet band!
How stunning is this engagement ring? Fun fact: It's the bride's own!
Katie was glowing in a gorgeous gown with a sweetheart lace bodice and blush tulle skirt.
The bride's lush winter bouquet included roses, ranunculuses, lotus pods, brunia berries, viburnum berries, and various greenery.
She added a fur wrap to her look to stay warm.
Katie and Frankie are a real-life couple! After getting engaged, they decided to skip the traditional wedding ceremony and reception to save money for a home instead.
"Knowing that they were not planning to have a wedding, I thought they would make the perfect couple to model for my [styled shoot]," Kendra said. "This would give them the wedding photos they wouldn't get by eloping."
Check out that gown twirl!
A long banquet table was lined with plaid and burlap runners. How perfect would this tablescape be for a winter barn wedding?
"The inspiration for the shoot actually started with a floral bouquet that I came across on Pinterest," Kendra said. "It was a bouquet of red and white flowers mixed with deep green accents and tied together with a plaid ribbon. I found the image around the holidays and knew that I wanted to create a styled wedding shoot. I decided to go with a cozy winter theme that wasn't Christmas but had elements of holiday colors."
Red chargers and fresh rosemary added seasonal flair to the place settings.
An adorable hot cocoa bar was set up with vintage rentals and knick knacks.
Fresh berries and cinnamon sticks garnished a one-tier cake.