And I get it. There are a gazillion reasons why wedding season is typically April through October each year. Winter is cold, everyone’s calendars are slammed with work holiday parties and family gatherings, and who REALLY wants their wedding to compete with the season of reindeer, elves, and Colin Firth / Liam Neeson / Hugh Grant in Love Actually??
But let’s step away from the Christmas/Holiday madness for a minute. Winter is a time of year that always feels more slowed down, more cozy, more lush, and somehow more unplugged — like somehow you feel more connected to others and more in the present moment just because it's winter. Which means that by getting married in December, January, or February, your wedding will naturally capture all of those magical wintry elements (coziness! leisure! connection!) without any extra $$ or DIY projects required.
Still need more convincing?? Here are 6 tips to really capture the real spirit of the season, sans Santa:
1. Lush Greenery and Hearty Flowers
2. “Tuscan Winter” with Citrus & Texture
3. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets
4. Classic, Timeless Paper Suite
5. Winter-ize your Ceremony
6. Repurpose and Reclaim what is “Holiday”