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When it comes to weddings, the most popular month is June, with other late spring or summer months following. Rarely do people consider getting married during the winter, which is unfortunate since this is a wonderful time for a marriage celebration. In fact, getting married in the winter is not only romantic, but also less expensive. Most hotels, airlines, cruise lines, and vacation packages are lower during the winter months, sometimes as much as 50%. While there are many wonderful reasons for having a wedding in the winter, there are also negative ones.

Depending on where you live, snow could be a major factor in your plans. If the weather cooperated and the wedding day had a nice, soft powdery snow, that would add to the romantic setting. However, if the wedding takes a turn for the worse, people could actually become stranded and never make it to your wedding. Since there is no way to predict weather too far out, you should have a backup plan. If your city gets a tremendous amount of snow, keep your wedding smaller, with only the closest of friends and family. You could add a nice horse-drawn sleigh ride for getting guests from the church to a nearby reception hall. Another backup plan would be to have the wedding in another city that does not have such harsh weather. You should also be prepared if the weather turns nasty the day of your wedding. Put a plan in place for guest accommodations, food, etc. just in case. One way to plan this is to book a block of hotel rooms for a discounted price. Most hotels have decreased business during the winter and would be happy for the business.

If you have a nice snow on the ground, you could have pictures taken both indoors and outdoors. With the weather on your side, have fun with the snow and take pictures of you and your new spouse wearing red or black velvet capes, or costumes from the 1800s, with long dresses, hand warmers for the lady, and long-tail tuxedos and top hat for the man. This way, you could have beautiful photographs taken indoors in sequined gown and tuxedo and then change outfits for outdoor shots.

Another great benefit of a winter wedding is that you can add in holiday time off from work with the wedding, allowing for more time and less stress. If you do plan around the holidays, you need to realize that some people will have plans for gathering with family. For this reason, if you want to have your wedding around or connected with the winter holidays, you should plan a year out. Another consideration when planning a winter wedding is working with vendors. It is common for some vendors to have schedules booked a year in advance. Therefore, not only do you need to plan early but you also need to follow up about three months before the wedding and then one week out. With proper planning, backup plans, and realistic expectations, you can have your wedding in a romantic, winter wonderland.

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