27thJan Reasons to love winter weddings

Reasons to love winter weddings

Choosing that all-important wedding date is one of the most exciting decisions you’ll make as a couple. Many brides-to-be book their big day during peak season (from April to September), but why not think beyond summertime? Remember, each season brings its own unique beauty to the occasion.

January and February might be the least popular months in which to get married, but tying the knot in deepest winter also has its advantages. Since fewer weddings take place at this time of year, you’re sure to stand out from the crowd – and you’ll save money!

A winter wedding can add a touch of fairytale romance to your special ceremony. Cold weather means you can adorn your day with cosy candles, dove release, stunning fairy lights, roaring firesides and even a dazzling fireworks display. These things might seem a little out of place at the height of summer.

Imagine your wedding taking place amid a glittering, snow-kissed scene. You can’t control the weather, but a crisp, wintry setting will provide some gorgeously picturesque photo opportunities. If your heart’s set on a white wedding, you could organise a dreamy flurry of artificial snow to descend on you and your partner during your first dance.

A winter backdrop is perfect if you plan on having a blue or silver colour scheme. Why not beat the chill and plan your wedding dress around a stunning, vintage-inspired cape or faux fur stole? Last but not least, many brides opt for a winter wedding on the basis of the amazing alternative honeymoon options – skiing in the Alps, anyone?

So there you have it, some great reasons to say ‘I do’ in the winter!

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