Wedding in Winter
One of the biggest elements of any wedding day is what the bride is going to wear! Bridal outfits are wonderful combinations of tulle, lace, silk and satin, often embellished with pearls or crystals that glimmer and sparkle as the bride walks down the aisle.
However, while the summertime is the favourite time of year to tie the knot for Brits, choosing to hold yourself a winter wedding can add a dramatic effect to a bride’s ensemble.
Holding a wedding during the winter months means that you can play around with your bridal dress length, textures and adding heavier materials to keep you warm and snug while looking glamorous, even if your big day is blessed with gale-force winds!
Wedding fashions of the winter include stylish layers, chic jackets, fluffy accessories, and lace-up boots that are trendsetting at the moment.
The benefits offered by a winter wedding
Let’s take a moment here to ponder the many benefits offered by a winter wedding. For one thing, the weather offers a great lack of humidity that means no frizzy hair for the bride! Say hello to sleek and silky hot roller hairstyles that stay in place!
There is also the budget-saving elements of cheaper rates for the wedding venue of your dreams. Most popular wedding venues can be booked out for years ahead during the spring and summer months, but quite often are open all year round enabling you to negotiate a good price for a winter wedding.
Just think how stunning your wedding film will be with beautiful roaring open fires, snug rugs, elegant armchairs and all your guests toasting you with hot toddies!
Save yourself lots of money
It is not just the cost of a winter wedding venue where you can make great savings. A lot of wedding-related services will also be open to offering you very competitive prices for their services during the colder months too.
Choosing a winter wedding can mean you get the wedding of your dreams that maybe you would have struggled to afford if you held it during the summer. The savings you make can also go towards your honeymoon, so if you want to go somewhere warm and exotic, you can afford to do both.
As mentioned before, a lot of beautiful wedding venues up and down the country have a habit of being booked out for summer weddings sometimes years in advance. This means that if you want a summer wedding in the venue of your choice, you may need to wait a long time to fulfil your dreams.
However, during the winter months, you may not need to wait for your dream wedding venue to have some availability.
Plus winter wedding can be cosy and romantic affairs – imagine having your wedding film shot amongst a background of trees with their branches dusted with frost and misty backgrounds with low-setting winter sunshine.
Talk to us about your winter wedding film
Why not drop us a line about your winter wedding plans. We would love to discuss your ideas and together we can plan to bring together a truly spectacular and unique winter wedding film that makes the most of the season and the setting for your big day!