How to plan  a winter wedding

Getting married is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make in your life. You’ve found the right person to be with for the end of your days, now you just need to make it official and, very importantly, celebrate it with friends and family. The Wedding is the day that sets up the rest of the marriage. It’s vital that it all goes well. However, in this day and age and with spiralling costs many couples look to have a winter wedding to avoid the key season. What do you need to have in place?

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  1. Location. You’ll need somewhere warm and accessible. It’s a good bet to go with somewhere like Wedding Venues Northampton such as Kelmarsh Hall. With the planet warming, it’s not so likely that your guests will be snowed in, but it can still be windy and wet.
  2. Dress appropriately. Whilst it’s unlikely that you’ll see sub zero temperatures these days, it’s likely that you will get down to below 10 centigrade. Therefore, make sure that you and the wedding party are suitably attired for such weather.

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  1. Traditional food choices. Being in the winter it gives you a bit more scope for your menu. The traditional roast is fine but you could look at stews and warming food options for the guests. It might be the chance to mix things up a bit.
  2. Carriages. One thing that you are going to have to make sure is right is the transport. You will want something warm and dry to get in and out of. Walking to the church or venue may not be an option.