Charlotte Balbier

winter warmer. berry hues for a winter wedding at heskin hall – anna & tom

February 22nd, 2017 | Laura McDonagh

A Romantic Winter Wedding at Heskin Hall (c) Marie Cooper Photography (30)

Today’s real wedding couple decided to harness the magic of the festive period by getting married a week before Christmas Eve.

There are so many beautiful details here if you’re planning a winter wedding – burgundy lips, faux fur stoles and a classic Christmas-inspired colour scheme of berry, evergreen and hints of gold. Plus, Heskin Hall’s open log fires, elegant chandeliers and Chesterfield sofas make the perfect cosy winter venue.

With photography by Marie Cooper Photography.

A Romantic Winter Wedding at Heskin Hall (c) Marie Cooper Photography (45)

anna says: We got engaged a year before our wedding while we were in Edinburgh for a few days away. Tom surprised me with a stay in one of my favourite places, The Witchery, on the Royal Mile. He proposed by the fire in our suite.

A Romantic Winter Wedding at Heskin Hall (c) Marie Cooper Photography (18)

We were married on Saturday 17th December 2016. We chose this date because my dream was to have a Christmas wedding and a week before Christmas Eve seemed the perfect date – all of the anticipation in the air!

The ceremony was at my parish church, St. George’s Church in Maghull, as we wanted a traditional Catholic ceremony. Our reception was at Heskin Hall in Chorley, as it’s a lovely Tudor house with log fires, Chesterfields, chandeliers and twinkling lights. We thought it was perfect for a Christmassy setting.

A Romantic Winter Wedding at Heskin Hall (c) Marie Cooper Photography (52)

We chose a Christmas theme for our wedding due to the time of year. We wanted it to be super-cosy and for everyone to relax and enjoy themselves.

Colour-wise, we chose berry shades, dark greens and gold to reflect traditional Christmas colours.

A Romantic Winter Wedding at Heskin Hall (c) Marie Cooper Photography (27)

I chose a long, flowing champagne-coloured dress. I thought that a warmer shade would suit the time of year more. It had a full skirt with a lace bodice, some subtle sparkles and lace sleeves. I chose a long veil to complement the dress.

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