A Winter Wedding Idea To Warm You Up Although not as popular as the other seasons, winter can be a great time to have a wedding. That might possibly the best reason to have a winter wedding. Wedding vendors are not as busy during the winter, so you should be able to book your first choice of photographer, videographer, band, florist and dj.
Winter is also a slow time for wedding spaces. Possible locations for a winter wedding include Bed and Breakfasts, Inns, Country Clubs, private estates and anywhere that provides a winter wonderland backdrop for your wedding. Think fireplaces and comfy, cozy locations. Mountain locations always provide a beautiful backdrop for a winter wedding.
Since wedding vendors and wedding spaces are less busy in the winter, you may be able to secure a great deal at a significant discount. When talking to vendors, don’t be afraid to ask if they offer an off season discount. Many vendors will offer their services at a discounted rate to fill up their slow months.
When talking with wedding spaces and interviewing caterers, be sure to ask them if they have different packages for winter months. Many times they will offer different menu selections in winter months.
After selecting your wedding location, you should start thinking about choosing a winter wedding idea for your wedding theme. There are many possibilities for a winter wedding theme, however if you are having trouble thinking of some consult with a wedding planner or browse online for some ideas.
Here are some possible theme ideas for a winter wedding:
- If your wedding is in February, consider having a Valentine’s themed wedding.
- Snowflakes are a sign of winter, and they can run through your entire wedding from your invitations to favors.
- Ice is also a sign of winter, and you could have a blue ice themed wedding complete with ice sculptures and vodka bar.
- If your wedding is in December, a Christmas themed wedding gets everyone in the mood for the holidays.
- New Year’s weddings can also be a lot of fun. However, don’t expect any discounts from vendors or wedding spaces for December 31st.
With a few winter in hand, talk to potential vendors and find out how they can help you pull off your theme. Florists and caterers can be especially helpful to work with on your theme. Spend some time at the location you choose for your wedding, and think about what theme would go best there. Don’t be afraid to get creative.