Given the rising popularity of winter weddings, we've compiled a list of 5 reasons you should consider the wintertime for your big day.
The romance of a white wedding
Snow is assured in Montreal winters, and a snowy backdrop creates the magical atmosphere of a winter wonderland. Choosing winter-themed décor will help to make a soft and welcoming ambience—pine branches, snowflakes, Christmas lights, candles and lanterns can set the scene. In your hunt for the perfect reception hall, be sure to check if it is suitable for the winter season—find out if there is a fireplace, for example.
Winter tends to be a slow season for weddings, and so a greater number of services, such as catering and reception halls, will be available to you. Once you've found the reception hall of your dreams, booking your wedding on the Saturday of your choice should be very easy—even on short notice—and even more so during the week.
Your guests are unlikely to be invited to more than one winter wedding, which will certainly inspire them to attend your beautiful winter celebration. Guests will have an easier time finding accommodations, and may even choose to take a winter vacation to celebrate with you.
You won’t need to worry about whether it will be a sunny day, a cold day, a rainy day. You wont have to anxiously verify the 14 days weather forecast. You will be ready for a typical Montreal winter and a snowy day will actually be welcomed by all your guest and yourself.
A tropical honeymoon
Honeymoons in July and August are likely to cost more with tourism at its peak during school holidays. Cost is less of an issue in the middle of winter. It's the perfect time to escape our Canadian winter and travel to Cuba, Mexico or a Caribbean island.
Winter weddings can be truly magical, which is why they are gaining in popularity. Do not hesitate to contact us to learn more about winter weddings.