Should I Really Get Married At Christmas Time?

If you watch tv shows, films or even soaps, then Christmas is always made out to be the best time of year to get married and especially Christmas Day. Recent studies have shown that Christmas Day is the least popular day to actually get married on and we can imagine logistically it’s also quite hard to plan as well. However, that doesn’t mean you should rule out a Christmas wedding, the festive season is still a highly popular time of year to get married, however there are a number of things you need to consider before rushing ahead and booking a Christmas wedding; from who can actually attend to the wedding to what the costs are going to be for everyone involved.

The festive period is already an expensive time of year for many families and do you really want to add to the pressure on your loved ones at the time of year? And some people might actually struggle to get the day of work, as many companies have restrictions over time off in December. But when it comes to Christmas weddings you also have to consider you are competing with Christmas parties and festive celebrations so getting a booking for a venue might not be that easy. However, booking a Christmas wedding isn’t all bad, you can get some great deals during the festive period and with it being off-peak for weddings, you might find the wedding itself is cheaper overall.

There’s also something about throwing a wedding during the Christmas period, from the chance of snow to how magical that time of year simply feels. Everyone is always in a good mood at Christmas as well, so booking a Christmas wedding might actually turn out to be a good thing for you. Keep reading below to find out more about getting married at Christmas.

Getting Married At Christmas - What To Consider

If you’re planning on getting married at Christmas, then there are a number of things you need to consider, to ensure your day will be exactly how you want it to be. From who you want to attend to even what the weather will be like. With it being so close to Christmas, you also need to consider the financial impact on your loved ones well. So, if you are considering a festive wedding, then some of the main things to consider before you book a Christmas wedding are:

  • The impact the wedding will have on your nearest and dearest
  • What the weather conditions will be like
  • Will you be able to book a venue for both the daytime and evening reception
  • How many people will be attending
  • When in December you plan on getting married
  • Will people be able to get time off during the Christmas period
Should I Get Married At Christmas
Should I Get Married At Christmas

The Benefits Of Getting Married At Christmas

Whilst there might be a lot of things to consider when it comes to getting married at Christmas, there are also a number of benefits of having that magical festive wedding. Christmas is a special time of year for many so holding your wedding during that period will help to ensure the best possible atmosphere as many people are already in the festive spirit.

Some of the most popular reasons to get married at Christmas and why many people consider winter weddings are:

  • The time of year is just magical and this will transcend across your big day
  • Christmas weddings are a great way to stand out the crowd
  • There’s always the chance you could get a white wedding
  • It’s a great way to see all of your family and friends together before Christmas
  • People are always in a good mood around Christmas

Booking A Christmas Wedding At Hargate Hall

If you’re planning on booking a Christmas wedding, then Hargate Hall is the perfect venue for you. We are no stranger to festive weddings and we can host them either in the main Hall or our stunning wedding marquee (don’t worry about the cold, we can keep it heated for you). For more information on our Christmas wedding package or if you’d like to pay us a visit before making a decision, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch. One of our team is always on hand to answer questions and deal with enquiries.