First off, since I still haven’t heard from the winner of the Beau-coup giveaway, we’ve got a new winner! Bo who said, i love the whole leaf tea sachet favors. they are in such elegant pyramid shaped boxes with a leaf sticking out on top. i picture them being used as favors in a winter wedding with a lunch reception, along with vintage teacups. Bo, email me to claim your prize!

I know we had a whole week of winter wedding boards last week, but how could I resist a snowy log cabin, deer-topped cupcakes, and kissing in the snow! In my mind, this intimate wedding takes place at a cozy inn, with a day of cross country skiing followed by a ceremony (maybe a short one outdoors!) and a reception full of cookies and eggnog.

Mood: warm and cozy
Palette: eggnog, nutmeg

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Top row from left: bride photo by Aaron Almendral, note basket from Better Homes and Gardens, silhouette cookie photo by S&J Photo, log cabin photo by James Carriere
Row 2: eggnog, bouquet from Martha Stewart Weddings, votive and basket of flowers both from Matthew Mead
Row 3: pearl ring photo by Jessica Claire, cupcakes by Baked NYC via Creature Comforts, invitations from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 4: notecards by Moderncard, bouquet from Brides, kissing in the snow photo by Grazier Photography, yellow bedroom

Be sure to stop by tomorrow for the first installment of the 2008 Snippet & Ink gift guide!

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  1. Shana

    I love the deer cupcakes!

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  2. Martha

    Very romantic! :)Martha B.

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  3. Colleen

    One of the loveliest boards, yet! I especially love those little deer cupcakes. :) I think a lot of aspects of this theme could be converted to any of the seasons quite successfully!

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  4. Kristen Nichols

    Kathryn, you are an artist. This board makes me think of christmas sugar cookies and eggnog wrapped in a cozy blanket! Beautiful!

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  5. Melissa

    I love winter weddings and the deer cupcakes are so cute!

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  6. AnnaLiza

    how creative to co-ordinate the food with the entire event. i know amy atlas does something like that with her work, but this is really neat, elegant and festive. i love it!

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  7. citysage

    Ooh so fuzzy and warm! The perfect touch would be if the bride replaced her veil with big puffy earmuffs for the getaway!I love how you’ve chosen an palette that is both visual AND tasty! It brings it to life so vivid.y Nutmeg and eggnog? Yes please :)

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  8. Krista

    What a homey and comfy board. I could go live in that board.

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  9. Couture de Papier

    love your blog!

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