Today, we wanted to share some perks of having a winter wedding and highlight a season that does not get as much attention in the wedding industry. If you are considering a winter wedding, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Some of the most popular months to get married are May, June, September, and October. While this means that many vendors book up quickly during those months, it also means that vendors don't book up as quickly in other months. While a winter date might not be as popular, that could mean that more of your favorite vendors will be available!
Additionally, since winter is not considered peak wedding season, this could potentially mean that vendors have lower rates than they do in peak months. This is not always the case with vendors, but it is definitely something to keep and mind!
Since many couples opt to get married in spring and summer, it can often be challenging to find unique decor ideas that have not been done before. Getting married in winter, however, gives you many options for unique decor! Pinecones, holly, berries, and bells are just some of the things you can use to decorate a space on your big day. Feel free to check out our Winter Wedding Theme & Decor board on Pinterest if you are looking for inspiration!
Similarly, the colder months bring with them a variety of winter-themed favor ideas. If you are tired of scrolling through similar summer-themed favors, think about how much fun you can have with options for the colder months! Some ideas include custom blankets, cozy winter accessories, make-your-own hot chocolate kits, and so much more!
If you are planning to go on your honeymoon right after your wedding, you can snag some great travel deals in winter since people aren't traveling as much. Because of that, you may even have more of your guest list RSVP "yes" as travel is more affordable and they won't have summer vacation preventing them from coming!
These are just a few of the many perks of having a winter wedding! Have more questions or looking for someone to help you plan? We would love to help!