We LOVE Winter Weddings – why you will too!
It’s the middle of summer, but we’re already looking at the holidays,
and with it, the coziest season of all—winter!
It’s the middle of summer, but we’re already looking at the holidays, and with it, the coziest season of all—winter! It’s a time of year all about the best things in life: coziness, candlelight, good food, family and friends. But for some reason, winter is the unsung hero of wedding seasons… We at The Catered Affair want to change that.
This is the season that inspired the hygge trend (look up #hyggewedding for some inspiration!), the season of glam sequins (faux) fur, and earthy metallics. Dress it up, or down, but always dress warm. Winter can do it all, including your wedding!
So to celebrate the coolest season, we’re offering a special wedding promotion through WeddingWire for couples getting married at The Harvard Art Museums this January, February or March 2018—a 10% discount on your menu, and to sweeten the deal, the cake is on us!
Still have cold feet? Don’t think you can plan a wedding in under six months? Let us show you why any wedding professional will tell you winter weddings are the best! For the months of July and August, we are dedicating our Wedding Wednesdays to show just how amazing your winter wedding will be! Check back for more inspiration posts, browse our Pinterest board, and make sure you’re subscribed to our social media channels so you can see all of the great tips and inspiration we have!
So be on the lookout for all things winter and weddings from The Catered Affair!
Photos by Chad Hansen at First Mate Photo, Melissa Robotti Photography, Ned Jackson Photography, Corinna Raznikov Photography, and Avenna Studios.
Picture this: Cascades of snowflakes falling softly on to the courtyard. Brightly lit staircases adorned with candles and garland. Rooms filled with crystal blues and sparkling silvers, shimmering golds, or more reserved neutral tones. This is the beauty of a winter wedding at the Boston Public Library. At The Catered Affair at the Boston Public […]Read More