People don’t usually get excited about attending a wedding in the winter. Couples who actually want to have a winter wedding pique the curiosity of their guests. Love and romance are usually associated with beautiful spring or summer days where sunlight is abundant. While sunny days really do make great wedding photos, winter holds its own romantic charm as well.
Take Your Money Further
Because of the weather restrictions, winter is not a very popular time to tie the knot. But since it’s offseason, prices of goods and services go down. You can have the lavish nuptial of your dreams without breaking the bank because your money will definitely go far. Secure you vendors in advance to spare yourself the anxiety.
Book the Perfect Venue
One of the best perks of planning a winter ceremony is that you have more options for the venue. You also have a bigger chance at securing the wedding venue of your dreams as the best ones become available during the season. Plus, you can have it at a fairly lower price.
Take Advantage of the Holidays
Having a winter wedding also means you can take advantage of the special holidays lined up throughout the season. Sharing moments of nuptial bliss in the midst of Christmas, New Year or Valentine’s Day is one for the books. Adding a seasonal flair to your decorations will also make your day more intimate and nostalgic.
Enjoy a Romantic Ambience
Winter provides a seasonal charm that extravagant decorations can never imitate. The snow-covered roofs and trees that line the streets add to the solemnity and celebration of love. Winter scenes also make great photos, with all the endless snow scenes and subtle lighting.
Have a Unique White Wedding
A white wedding concept is already unique as it is, but you can always add a twist to it to leave a lasting impression on your guests. Whether you want a simple, rustic wedding in a fireplace hall or a fantasy-themed ceremony, you can have it.
Winter may be a sombre season for most people, but with the right preparations, it can transform into a joyous and unforgettable celebration of love.