For clients on a budget or who prefer seasonal touches, a winter wedding could be ideal. We highlight some options
Tying the knot in summer might not be everyone’s cup of tea, with some clients opting for the most wonderful time of the year to say “I do” instead.
Those who decide to get married abroad in a destination’s low season will also benefit from lower costs, says Malcolm Davies, product manager for Funway Holidays. “Off-season dates mean off-season rates. Site fees for venues and hotels can offer significant discounts for dates that would otherwise stay empty. Plus, off-season means more venue availability so couples can have their first-choice wedding date.”
Here we round up several wedding options that make the most of the winter season.
While famous for its greenery, Vermont becomes a winter wonderland in the colder months, making it a romantic and picturesque time for clients to get married.
The wintry weather also makes it a great, romantic destination for an extended, activity-filled stay after the wedding, says Davies. “Extended stays are popular with our clients, especially wedding guests looking to explore winter sports beyond the wedding celebration. There are many options available, with alpine skiing being the most popular. Vermont has some of the best skiing and snowboarding
for all levels.”
Book it: Funway Holidays offers one night in Boston at the Fairmont Copley Plaza and six nights in Vermont staying at the wedding- friendly Mountain Top Inn & Resort in Killington. Prices start from £1,180pp including car hire and flights. Travel based on two sharing, departing 4 December 2020.