Winter Wedding Inspiration

In the UK, November and January are the LEAST popular months to get hitched. Why? Most brides would say it’s the weather.

As the days get shorter and the night grow colder, we can’t help but dream of warm roaring log fires, lakes covered in ice and snow dusted houses. There’s something so romantic and cosy about this time of year. We’ve collected a few of our favorite images from around the web to prove you can have a fairytale wedding in the colder months of the year.

 
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Whether it's the middle of July or the middle of December the threat of rain on your wedding day is always looming. So many couples get nervous about the idea of wedding rain ruining their day, but in all the real weddings we've attended, there's not a single couple who had their best day ever dampened by the weather.

Once you've got the formalities out of the way, there's nothing wrong with just embracing the wet weather and having fun with it. Rain makes for wonderful photos!

 
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As for the venue, the perfect spot for your winter wedding will have atmosphere, beauty and year-round charm. If you decide to book a venue in quiet months you’ll make huge savings and have the choice of the best venues! Be sure to light up your venue with plenty of candles and warm lights.

 
Wollaton Hall

Wollaton Hall

Syon Park

Syon Park

Dewsall Court

Dewsall Court

Peckforton Castle

Peckforton Castle

 

You want a dress to suit your season, especially when it comes to a winter wedding. It would be hard to keep a constant bridal smile on your face when your teeth are chattering!

 
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