Denver, CO – Denver wedding photographer Matt Kelly of Ambisuite Weddings has photographed lots of winter and Christmas weddings and knows how to get the best out of the holiday season.

Christmas Decorations: The Colorado wedding photographer recommends planning how to use Christmas décor in your pictures. You can be pictured posing – or kissing – in front of a Christmas tree or under a wreath – or even mistletoe. Christmas lights can cast a pretty, festive glow, so consider where to string lights – even on the ceiling – to create the most beautiful photos. Or use candles in strategic locations. Ice sculptures are also a natural choice for winter festivities.Photograph the Décor: If you spend a lot of time on your decorations, be sure to have your photographer take some photos of whatever Christmasy touches you add – whether it’s lights, candles, garlands, or Christmas tree balls. Many couples decorate their wedding or reception venues with garlands, wreaths, and Christmas trees. Points out Kelly, a Colorado wedding photography expert: “if you go to the trouble, you want to have a picture of it.”

Winter Setting: If you get snow on the ground, be sure to get some outdoor pictures. Images of a couple standing in the snow can be very romantic. Consider nighttime pictures as well. You can get beautiful photographs with Christmas lights shining on snow, notes Kelly, a Colorado photographer.

Color Scheme: “Beautiful photos start with beautiful weddings,” observes Kelly, a Denver wedding planning specialist. Christmastime weddings are a natural for color schemes that incorporate red bridesmaids’ dresses and bouquets with red flowers – especially poinsettias. Other popular Christmas colors are dark green, silver, and gold.

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