6 Reasons to Have a Winter Wedding

Posted By on Dec 28, 2015 | 2 comments

Budget-Friendly-But-Fabulous Venues, Decorations and Fashions Make Winter Weddings a Win!

We know all of you newly-engaged ladies are in engagement bliss, getting ready to start planning and make those Pinterest boards come to life! Well there is not much you can plan without setting a wedding date. So, we have compiled our favorite reasons to have a winter wedding for you, in hopes of helping you plan and protecting your budget!

1. OFF SEASON
This is the first and best reason because you can save thousands by choosing to have your wedding during the off season (December – March). The winter months are normally a low season for venues, which is good news for your budget because cost per head will be lower than what they would be in June or September. Give yourself chance to splurge in areas that wouldn’t be possible during those peak season (May-September) or keep yourself way under budget.

2. GREENERY
Winter greens are the perfect solution to for winter wedding decor! Because greens are so easily available at this time, they are inexpensive! Garlands, wreaths, centerpieces.. you can do it all! The deep green color can be used as a stand alone or matched with the accent color of your choosing.

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Jacque Lynn Photography
via Elizabeth Anne Designs

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3. LIGHTS
This may be one of the most romantic decor aspects ever. Sure string lights can be used year-round for weddings, but there isn’t a time where they are more appropriate than in the winter! You can also take advantage of the outdoor areas with their trees light up for some of your wedding pictures.

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Clark + Walker Studio via Carats & Cake

4. SNOW
Need we say more? The most perfectly pure backdrop (with the best lighting too!).

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Christian Oth Studio via Intimate Weddings

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Brooke Bakken Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs

5. SWEATERS & SLEEVES
Can’t decide between strapless, straps, or cap sleeves? Say hello to these incredible sleeved dresses.

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Afraid you will be too warm?  See how these brides used coats, blankets, and shawls for the coziest winter look.

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via The Knot

More winter wedding cover up ideas here.

6. JEWEL TONES
We are convinced jewel tones were made for winter weddings. Your bridesmaids will pull off burgundy, emerald green, or gold better than ever. The deep, rich colors are the perfect pop of color for any bouquet, boutonniere, and/or centerpiece.

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Christine Sargologos Photography

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Robyn Van Dyke via Southern Weddings

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Charise via Fab Mood

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Two Foxes Photography via Green Wedding Shoes

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Jenny Jimenez via Style Me Pretty

Are you convinced that a winter wedding is right for you yet? If not, these are just our top 6 reasons,we left out things like a hot chocolate bar, gingerbread, festive favors, and more! So for more convincing check out some of these posts for essential ingredients for a very merry Christmas wedding, 18 drop dead gorgeous winter wedding ideas, and 38 Couples Who Absolutely Nailed Their Winter Weddings.

2 Comments

  1. What kind of flowers are in the last bouquet pictured?

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    • Hi Sarah! The flowers in the last bouquet pictured are: white peonies, red peonies, baby blue eucalyptus, naked seeded eucalyptus, red astilbe, and lisianthus white. I hope this helps!

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