Winter Weddings: Why You Should Consider Having Your Nuptials During Wintertime.

Winter is one of the most beautiful seasons of the year, yet the cold temperatures scare potential couples away from choosing a wedding during the chilly months. Here are some of the reasons you should consider having your nuptials during the wintertime.

1. December- March is considered the "off-season"

This means that a lot of vendors will have cheaper rates. So if you're a bride on a budget this is something to consider.

2. What Wedding Fatigue?

The spring and summer months can get so cramped with weddings that your family, friends, and guests can start to get a serious case of wedding fatigue. A December, January, February, or March wedding is likely to be the only one your guests will attend that winter which makes it something that people will really look forward to.

3. Photographers and Videographers will have more time

Eger to get your photos and video back? Because of not having 10+ wedding's to edit you will most likely get them back earlier than expected!

4. Want a Black Tie Wedding?

If you're planning a formal wedding, you will most likely hear less complaining from your guests in black-tie attire when it's cold outside. Tuxedos weren't meant for outdoor ceremonies and cocktail hours in the heat of the summer, however, they are the perfect choice for indoor winter weddings, as are gowns covered in sequins.

5. Flawless Wedding Looks

In the winter, you won't have to worry about the humidity and sweat. The two monsters that ruin makeup and hair on your wedding day.

So does a winter wedding sound right for you? If so, check out our wedding planning packages.

You'll be glad you did.



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