The most common time to get married is between May and September.
There are many couples who decide to enjoy the romantic ambience, snowy landscape and the magic of Christmas time.
You can choose to celebrate in town or in the mountain, but the effect can be very glamorous anyways.
There’s many pros in having a winter wedding: think about the great atmosphere you cannot find any other time of the year, or consider the relative lack of competition for vendors and sites which will eventually make the whole wedding easier to organize, less expensive and probably more glamorous.
You may choose a location like a historic mansion with a fireplace or an old inn to wake up the next day surrounded by snow.
The sun sets earlier, so consider having the ceremony earlier so you can have the wedding party in the afternoon. If you prefer an evening party, candles will create a romantic glow right from the start.
You may also choose among many different decorations, winter themed or Christmas related. Cristals, mirrors and candles may create a very intimate ambient. Christmas decorations may also be fun and make your wedding even more special.
The colors can be white and silver or the more traditional red, green and white.
As it regards the wedding dress, you don’t have to sacrifice style just because the weather is cold.
A warmer attire can be obtained using a thicker fabric or double layers. We suggest a warm shawl or a winter coat to go with your gown and some gloves of course. If the temperature is expecially low or there’s snow, choose a pair of white snow boots that you can change in and out.