5 Reasons Why You Should Have a Winter Wedding

Oct 23, 2019

If last month’s freak snowstorm in Spokane, Washington showed us anything, it’s that nothing can stop a bride and groom from being happy on their wedding day. When this couple chose September 28 as their wedding date, they imagined changing fall colors and a crisp sunshine-filled outdoor ceremony. Instead, they got a blizzard.

Bride and groom kissing in the snow

Credit: Jaime Fletcher/Jaime Denise Photography

What do you do when it’s snowing on your wedding day?

You go outside and take photos! Or at least that’s what this bridal party did. The stunning photos look like they’re right out of a bridal magazine. Like the Pocono Mountains, Spokane is no stranger to this much snow, but the fact that it hit in September is a little unexpected. 

Winter Weddings

Winter weddings are very popular among brides, especially those who adore the smells, tastes, and sounds of Thanksgiving and Christmas. With a little more planning–jackets would be nice!–a winter wedding has all the makings of a magical winter wonderland. If you have your heart set on a winter wedding, check out our gallery of ceremony sites. If you haven’t considered winter wedded bliss yet, here’s why we think you should. 

5 Reasons for a winter wedding infographic