Time for NJ Winter Wedding Planning
In New Jersey venues and supplier charge a premium during summer months as every couple rushes to secure wedding dates across June, July and August. New Jersey towns boast excellent venues; however, with the uncertainty of summer weather, it can be difficult to plan for all weather occasions.
Winter Weddings are on the increase, with couples all over New Jersey opting for the ambiance of winter months. Here are our top 5 reasons for preferring those winter months.
Evenings coming in sooner make the room light up over dinner, creating a magical feel to your evening. Big fireplaces can fill a venue with warmth and cozy wooden smells, while guests dance with wine and delicious food. Ask any New Jersey destination wedding planner. Celebrations, regardless of their size, feel more intimate when it's dark outside and the evening romance is undeniably one of the greatest advantages of a winter wedding.
Did you know that sunlight is actually terrible for photographs? Whether at a beach wedding destination or in a city center in NJ for a theme wedding, beaming sunlight is one of a photographer's worst nightmares.The camera captures much better photographs when it is slightly cloudy or not as bright and winter is just perfect for this. The cool crispness of winter can provide an incredible setting for photographs and you can really have some fun with snug blankets, umbrellas and warm boots to create unusual photos with your friends and family to keep forever. And of course, possibly the ultimate winner...the beauty of a white wedding!
While summer weddings across NJ are the most popular, the simple concept of supply and demand means that they are the most expensive. Weddings either early in the year or later in the year are traditionally less desired compared to summer months and so venues and suppliers are able to reduce their prices to attract couples to them. Wedding packages are increasingly common and your NJ wedding planner can advise on what is actually good value for you.
Choosing your color scheme for decorations, bridesmaids and groomsmen, flowers, table plans etc. with your wedding planner can be difficult, but the beauty of the final effect makes it all worth it. Pastels are a very on trend for spring and summer; however, when draped against white linen or placed around your gorgeous white dress, the color can get lost. Colder months provide color schemes and palates that are gorgeously rich; deep reds, earthy oranges and browns, metallic golds and frosted detail looks stunning at this time of year and can make a venue look instantly fabulous and amaze your guests with minimal effort.
The list is endless really and there are so many places to get married in New Jersey that will bring true magic to your winter wedding. Just get in touch with Knot Just Wedding Events to find out all the wonderful possibilities available to you!