to be forking out a lot of money just in time for the New Year. It’s not something most people want to
do, but it’s worth it! However, if you’re feeling a little doubtful about it, why not mix the two big days
together, and have your wedding day during the Christmas time?
your partner. And there’s a lot of different ways you can include some festive ideas in your celebrations
- but if you’re in need of a bit of inspiration, here’s some ideas to peruse through. Feel free to mix and match!
After all, there’s quite a few roles in a traditional wedding ceremony that require a younger sister or and older brother
to fill in for, and the festive season will just help to impact that.
singing his heart out to Mariah Carey. Everyone is available during the Christmas season, as we all come home to spend
time with our nearest and dearest, so you won’t have any missed RSVPs either!
nights start a lot earlier than they do during the summer, and that means longer parties and reception dances! You can book
the wedding at an earlier starting time during the day, and even get an earlier flight off to your honeymoon afterwards, to make
sure the jet lag isn’t too bad when you arrive at the romantic destination of your dreams.
season! You can get married in another country, rent a house for a beach wedding, and then say I do underneath an altar of palm
trees and warm sun on your skin.
where the ground’s all muddy. Just imagine the kind of photographs you’re going to be able to take as well, with paradise in the
background, and you and your partner just as stunning in the foreground.