Winter Weddings Here At The Marygreen Manor!


When it comes to weddings, the vast majority of people simply assume they’ll be receiving a wedding invitation in late spring to celebrate the nuptials of said couple in the summer but would you be surprised to learn that winter weddings are now becoming more and more popular? Their popularity, it would seem, is on the increase and for a number of different reasons too. Here are just some of the reasons why we at the Marygreen Manor think winter weddings in Essex really are a day to remember…

White weddings – as much as we try, a white Christmas just never seems to happen but a white wedding on the other hand. If you’re lucky enough to enjoy a dusting of the white stuff on your big day then you can guarantee you’ll have the best wedding photographs possible.

Romance is in the air – with the nights drawing in earlier, it means you can start your evening celebrations that little bit earlier. The darkness will also mean that romantic fairy lights will be the perfect addition, allowing you to create a truly magical and romantic scene. From outside trees to internal staircases, fairy lights are simply perfect. You can even create a candlelit walkway too. These are great for creating a real impact on a budget. With ideas like these in mind, what could be better than a cold, winter’s night to enjoy your first dance?

Make your money go a little further – choosing a winter wedding date not only gives you a much bigger bargaining chip with your suppliers but also often results in much cheaper pricing in terms of the venue and wedding package itself. You’ll also find more availability too.

So what could be better? To find out more about winter weddings and our availability here at the Marygreen Manor, simply contact us today or take a peek at our wedding packages right here!

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