Venues and other vendors will be easier to book, with less competition from other events.
Winter allows for endlessly rich dessert tables, hot cocoa bars, and copious amounts of comfort food. Your guests will not be leaving hungry or unsatisfied.
Shorter days and colder temperatures in northern states may pose a challenge for outdoor photography.
Travel can be expensive, especially for destination weddings.
Higher risk of poor weather and weather-related complications.
February is an unconventional choice for weddings, which means your event will be a memorable and welcome way to break up the humdrum of winter.
By now, the thrill of the first snowfall has worn off, so you may want to stay away from the snow theme and opt for something a little more welcoming, such as an evergreen or mountain lodge theme. Instead of cool monochrome color palettes, think warm woolen blankets, cozy votive or pillar candles, and dessert buffets laden with hot chocolate and other seasonal comfort food.
Metallic Paper: Add some shimmer to your stationery suite and warm things up on a cool night using metallic envelopes, or matting your invites, programs, or menus onto metallic card stock.
Snowflakes: Invitations for February weddings will likely be sent at the onset of winter, so don’t worry about using traditional winter motifs before anyone can stomach the thought of snowfall. Take a look at these invites by Tickled Pink Wedding Stationery: