Types of Venues to Consider for Your Winter Wedding

Winter weddings are some of the best! Turning your special day into a winter wonderland and festive celebration by holding the wedding in the right venue. The following winter wedding venue options provide the perfect space to say 'I do.'

House of Worship

The most traditional wedding location is a house of worship. Many offer space for wedding ceremonies and receptions alike, however, this varies from one venue to another.

The downside to a house of worship marriage is the limited space and potential restrictions in place. You may also find out the only space suitable for your wedding is a basement or other similar location.

Mountain Resort

I'm dreaming of a white…wedding…and a mountainous resort makes those dreams a reality. Situated in beautiful, romantic wooded areas, mountain resort weddings make dreams come true for couples who want togetherness, warmth, and coziness on their big day.

Mountain resort weddings typically cost more than other venues, but couples agree they're far more romantic and engaging, the exact qualities you need on the wedding day.

Bed and Breakfast

If you are throwing a smaller wedding, consider a bed and breakfast venue. A bed and breakfast provides a great backdrop for a wedding and gives family and friends their own home away from home to enjoy the festivities of the wedding a little bit more.

Another benefit of a bed and breakfast wedding: the costs aren't so bad. Couples tying the knot on a budget also appreciate the low costs offered at a bed and breakfast.


For rustic-themed weddings, choose a barn venue. Most barns offer charm and quaintness with locations outside the city. Insulated barns knock off any chill, but space heaters also work well for non-insulated spaces.

Barns work wonders for large weddings, providing spaciousness for parties with more than the average event.

Wedding Ballroom

Perfect for formal and traditional weddings, wedding ballrooms offer stylish elegance suitable for both large and small wedding parties. Many ballrooms offer all-inclusive amenities, easing much of the wedding planning process.

By holding the wedding at a ballroom, you eliminate worry about the cool or chilly weather or heating and potentially reduce other work involved in wedding planning.

The venues above provide space for any winter wedding event. Choose the best venue for your specific needs after considering the wedding theme, the number of guests, and your budget, amongst other important factors. No matter which venue you choose, expect a memorable wedding when the day is done.

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