When you think of getting married what do you picture? Walking down the aisle on a hot summers day while the sun beams through the church window panes? Or how about a rustic wedding in a countryside barn in the spring, surrounded by nature? Well what if I told you that a winter wedding might be the dream you’ve never considered.
To begin with, winter is not a peak season unlike summer and spring which means there will be less demand for suppliers so they will have more availability, leading to better deals. It will mean you will get more for less, to make your dream day even better. As winter is not peak season, availability will be in your favour, rental cars and venues will be easier to get a hold of leading to less stress leading up to the big day and no disappointment and having to subsidise on a less favourable venue or car due to it being booked up.
If you are incredibly lucky, you might get a winter wonderland wedding as the snow gently falls from the sky, while you leave the venue with your newly married partner into the rest of your life. This could be the perfect memory to look back on over the years, which you would never have imagined if you were focused on sun-shining summer wedding.
A winter wedding is an amazing time of the year to get married, as it is the festive season. Christmas is a time for the family to get together, followed by the new year’s celebrations it is the perfect time of the year to bring the family together and tie the knot. As getting married in January or February is the perfect thing to look forward to in the new year, like getting married in November and December is the perfect way to close out the year.