Experts in the wedding industry have observed that most weddings occur between May and October. Tying the knot between December and March—wintertime in North America—is commonly considered an unorthodox choice. Winter means dealing with snow, wind, ice, storms, and limited daylight—all of which can add to a bride’s stress as the big day nears.
However, there are many benefits to holding a wedding in the winter. It’s the best time to get married if you’ve always dreamed of an intimate ceremony incorporating winter elements such as snowy landscapes, festive holiday decorations, and seasonal food items. For another, it’s also a convenient period to gather your friends and family members in one place, knowing that many of your guests are on break from school or have planned their time off from work during the season.Continue reading How to Choose the Perfect Bridesmaid Dresses for a Winter Wedding