Winter Wonderland WeddingWinter Wonderland Wedding

Despite the freezing temperatures, the sun came out creating a cozy ambience and adding an antiquated aesthetic (as well as warming our hearts) for the elegant winter wonderland wedding of our Norwegian lovebirds.

Our beautiful bride Katinka met her handsome beau Knut through mutual friends. Their shared love for travelling culminated one balmy summer evening while on holiday in idyllic Le Sirenuse in Positano, when Knut proposed to his ecstatic soon-to-be wife!

 Winter Wonderland Wedding

In stark comparison to the temperate surroundings of the Amalfi Coast, the gorgeous couple tied the knot on a magical winter wonderland wedding day in their hometown of Oslo. The ceremony took place at their local church – Old Aker Church – providing a whimsical atmosphere encompassing both the refinement and minimalistic details our Norwegian counterparts are famous for. 

The church itself, being the oldest existing building in Oslo embodies romantic tradition, as well as emanating vintage inspired glamour… A notion we timelessly welcome when styling all our beautiful winter wonderland wedding brides.

 Winter Wonderland Wedding

Fashioning her Malina Bridal gown while adorned in our (aptly named) Snow Aimer Cape, Katinka showcased striking clean lines and a flowing silhouette. The natural light further enrich the picturesque images, adding a touch of warmth by complimenting the subtle hint of soft pink on her lips and enhancing the same shade strewn throughout her bouquet. 

There is just something so magical about a love-filled winter wonderland wedding transpiring in the magical wonderland of a northern hemisphere winter. 

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 Winter Wonderland Wedding

    Photo: Barker Evans Photography

    Dress: By Malina Bridal, with custom made veil

    Jacket: Mode and Affaire Laci Full Length Jacket

    Suit: Hugo Boss

    Hair and Makeup: Gevir

    Flowers: Bislett Blomster

March 25, 2019 by Sarah Clark