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There’s something so magical about winter – and if you marry in the colder months of the year you’ll have plenty of opportunity to make your day unique. Today’s shoot uses some more unusual winter styling touches – I adore the twigs and white cotton balls – alongside traditional pine cones and plenty of sparkle! This gorgeous mini film by Baxter & Ted adds a unique flavour to winter wedding styling – I hope you love it!

Film: Baxter + Ted http://www.baxterandted.com/
Location: Ever After – A Dartmoor Wedding http://lowergrenofen.co.uk/
Photographer: Clare Kinchin http://www.clarekinchinphotography.co.uk/
Florist: Amanda Randell http://amandarandell.com/
Stylist & props: Nicola Evans http://lowergrenofen.co.uk/
Hair: Jodi Brent http://www.thehairloungetavistock.co.uk/
Make Up: Jessica Hawke http://www.aestheticsandbeauty.co.uk/
Macarons: Harrie Kivell http://www.bootoagoose.net/

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Today’s blog is full of country charm for those of you planning a winter wedding. White orchids, obligatory pine cones, adorable little white cotton balls and handcrafted table centrepieces make today’s shoot magical. The bride and groom are real: they eloped last summer but had no photographs taken of the day. The intimacy of today’s blog captures their love as well as the romance of an intimate winter wedding – and I love it.

Styled winter elopement with Claire Kinchin Photography (4)
Images are by Clare Kinchin Photography, and the shoot was submitted by lovely Nicola at Ever After – A Dartmoor Wedding
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An uber charming photo and film shoot of an intimate winter English elopement with a real life couple who returned to this private garden estate venue bordering Dartmoor National Park on the banks of a Devon river where they were married in their own elopement last summer before having a big wedding reception nearby.

Styled winter elopement with Claire Kinchin Photography (8)