A lot of couples are choosing to have their weddings during winter now. It can make for the most romantic, beautiful photos of the day.
Having a winter wedding means you are more likely to get the venue of your choice, plus the other vendors like your photographer, florist, DJ and celebrant. Couples are booking their weddings so long in advance that those who want a short engagement often struggle to find just the right vendors.
Having a winter wedding does pose the risk of rain, but so does any season! In Adelaide, there are only about four full-on rainy days in the year so you can pretty much choose any day for your wedding. Of course, it's colder in winter so choosing an indoor reception is probably the go if you want a winter wedding.
A benefit of having a winter wedding is you can travel to Bali or Fiji for your honeymoon and bask in the sunny tropics for a few weeks!
I have written an article on how to make the most of rainy wedding days. It comes down to a positive attitude. I have given you some tips for preparation, so you make the most of the day.
This photo was taking on an icy, wet winters day in the Adelaide Hills. The bride and groom are standing on a mossy log with someone behind them to support them. We all agreed it was worth the effort to get some beautiful, romantic, unique photos. I love the overarching boughs in the foreground, the gorgeous train on the Jenny @ Gerry's Bridal gown. The bouquet on the side by Everyday Gourmet Platters add an element, but it's the fun couple who were up for anything that makes it shine!
Venue: Highercombe Golf Club
101 Paracombe Road