Updated: Jun 10, 2022
Why consider a Winter wedding!
Good new… you'll have an easier time finding vendors.
Couples getting married in June should choose their vendors as early as possible—or they might be stuck with other couples' "leftovers," which might mean either the most expensive and/or least attractive options.
If you plan your wedding for December, there are often lots of vendors just waiting to be hired during their downtime.
A great bonus is that pretty much everything should be cheaper. If you and your groom are the only ones wanting to book a vendor's business, you might be able to get them to lower their prices. I
t's often better for a caterer, florist, or photographer to book a client for less than money than to spend the weekend not working.
Choose a place with lots of cozy details such as wedding venues with fireplaces.
Candles are another cozy option.
Just think if you're getting married in July you also probably wouldn't use a ton of candles but they're totally appropriate in the winter months…which means you might not even need a lot of flowers and can add lots of beautiful greenery.
Venue: Happily Ever After At The Barn Planner: Emily Gustafson Scribe: Scruffy City Lettering & Signs Bridal: Lace & Glam Bridal Boutique Formal Wear: Bellario's Tuxedo & Formalwear Hair & Makeup: Katie Carnegie Cake: Catie Cakes Photographers: Sarah Keenan, Westland Farms Studio & Mary Beth McGown, M&M Photography Table Decor: Happily Ever After At The Barn