Whilst Summer will always be the most popular season to get married, Winter offers many more opportunitiesĀ to do things a little differently, making sure your wedding day stands out from all the others.

Here are just a few reasons we can highlight.

It's Festive

Getting married in Winter means you can use the very best elements of Christmas splendour for your big day. Twinkling fairy lights and candles for that romantic glow, decorative boughs of green holly and red berries, pine cones & even a little bit of mistletoe to set the scene.

Winter Warmers

It maybe cold outside but this means you can offer your guests something different. Rather than a glass of prosecco or Pimms, why not treat people to mulled wine or hot chocolate.

Guest List

You are more likely to get all the people you really want at your wedding, as there is less likelihood that your wedding will clash with another wedding or someoneā€™s holiday plans.

Magical Pictures

Winter is perfect for wedding photographers. Often bright sunshine can hinder getting those perfect shots & a winter backdrop can ensure your photos are that little more unique. Throw in some snow & you have the perfect setting for some whimsical snapshots.

Start the Party Early!

With nights drawing in earlier, it means you can start your evening party earlier. Light your candles, turn on the fairy lights & get the party started.

Winter Sunshine

Getting married in Winter could mean you have a more exotic choice honeymoon destination. There is nothing better than a week of sunshine in the middle of winter to see you through the rest of the colder months.


Winter months will always be quieter for venues & wedding suppliers. This means that you stand a better chance of booking your ideal wedding venue & securing your preferred suppliers. An off-peak wedding may even be slightly cheaper.

With all of our venues, a magical Winter wedding is definitely an option. Get in touch to arrange a viewing.