In light of this, we are starting to see a rise in popularity amongst autumnal and winter weddings. When planning your wedding at this time of year you are preparing for cooler weather, therefore it is likely that a day outdoors is not entirely on the agenda. Whilst deep down you will still be praying for that crisp, sunny winters day that we all love, however you are not planning for that and the impact of the weather on your big day will be minimal. Therefore you can relax knowing that the plans for your special day won’t be damaged by any rain shower.
Alongside the factor of the weather, autumn and winter trends and pantones are becoming increasingly popular, think less ‘blush pink’ and pastels, think more ‘rich and deep colours’ beautiful greens, burnt oranges, darkest blues, deep reds and ivory are increasingly popular and look truly beautiful at this time of year. When it comes to your guests they also appreciate knowing how the weather will behave s, as the groomsmen don’t begin to overheat in their suits and the women can glamorously wrap themselves in luxurious winter fabrics such as cashmere, looking incredibly elegant and classic.
Auburn washed trees, icy pathways, rustic views… the beautiful outdoors in winter is all you need to create the perfect backdrop for your big day. There is something nostalgic about a traditional winters wedding, it truly is one of the most romantic times of the year.
As summer weddings are usually a popular choice, sometimes it can be difficult to get the dates and venues you want. As it gets to winter you have a better choice of venue and accommodation, and usually a better rate, so you can sit back and relax.