There is something truly unique about a Winter Wedding. For someone who is still so new to Tenterfield and this amazingly beautiful area, I still am a bit overwhelmed by all that this area in this winter season has to offer. The opportunities are simply endless, incredibly beautiful, one of a kind and of course romantic and magical!
Thank you again to Cory Rossiter for providing these stunning images.
Quite simply winter is cold! It is a cold that I can’t remember experiencing after living 5 years in England. It is clear and crisp and so cold some mornings it takes your breathe away. Saying that, the cold also brings something that is incredibly beautiful. And if your guests are not locals it will be something that is unique, very much a talking point and a chance to get out those beautiful coats, hats, scarves and gloves!
For the bride and groom it means a full morning suit without slowly dying of heat exhaustion.
For the bride it means exquisite wraps and accessories. Anything goes in a winter wedding!
The cold means unusual additions to your menu such as mulled wine to start and warm puddings that makes everyone think of home.
It also means that you can farewell your guests to a huge roaring bon-fire – a night that you and your guests will never forget.
Winter in Tenterfield, the Granite Belt and our surrounding shire means photo opportunities!
The stark beauty of ghostly trees against crystal blue winter skies. Stormy clouds against the beauty of country roads. Umbrellas used as fun props. Once again anything goes!
With mountains and granite boulders. The amazingly beautiful panoramas of parks in winter. Acres of winter grape vines or hail netting draped across sleeping crops. Crystal clear creeks and waterfalls with our amazing winter skies.
Venues, Food and places to stay!
Our venues are geared up for the cold and what can be more welcoming to bride, groom or guest than a roaring log fire. Also what can be more romantic.
It is an excuse also to take advantage of the amazing produce that this area has to offer and to let your venues come up with mouth-wateringly delicious winter fare.
Then it is home for the night – as bride and groom – winter provides yet another excuse to keep warm!