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Wedding evolution – Priti Raichura shares thoughts on a new season to get married in – Winter Wedding anyone?

Why?


Fairy tail wedding in a winter wonderland, only heard of in princess stories books from my childhood. When stepping into the wedding management industry I found many couples opting for Spring Summer season weddings. However, today things are very different. A growing number of couples are choosing to marry in the colder seasons.

Not only are dates more readily available at the desired venues, but also the cost can be considerably lower. In times where couples are struggling to afford the funds to get married and still desire that perfect wedding.

It’s amazing how times have changed and couples are wishing to marry in winter months for the wedding shoot which encapsulates the beautiful weather and if lucky snow.


Here’s my vision of a perfect winter wedding

Venue – here in the United Kingdom, there are many castles and heritage properties available for wedding hire.

Theme/ Catering – why not recreate a winter wonderland Christmas market party. In the medieval times, to keep warm they made log fires and drank alcoholic beverages. Let’s add a modern twist, warm mulled wine, hot savoury snacks and finish off with freshly made churros or doughnuts, now who doesn’t love a good doughnut?

Itinerary – as the days are shorter, it’s a great excuse to get the party started early and make memories to cherish the beautiful day of your wedding celebration. As your wedding planner, I can be there to ensure no disruptions reach the bride and groom no matter what the weather!

If the idea of getting married in a castle has inspired you, then get in touch to discuss plans. Being a wedding planner is not about getting the day over and done with, but I believe in listening to each couple to plan their special day and make it that extra special. Who said we only work in the UK, PR Events is global and we can be where YOU want to get married.

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