The Pacific Northwest being what it is, the vast majority of weddings take place in the summer. A summer wedding isn’t the only option, though, and there are lots of benefits to having a wedding at a different time of year.
A great example of this was a wedding I played just a few days before Christmas this year. The wedding was at Kelley Farm in Bonney Lake, a really cool old barn built in 1864.
This wedding really went after the feeling of Christmas on a farm. White string lights. Decorated Christmas trees.
Other decor options aren’t the only benefit to an off-peak season wedding. Vendors are easier to book. Prices are lower, sometimes much lower.
If you’re planning a wedding, take a look at some options outside of May through September. You just might love what you find.
Check out the rest of this wedding for some inspiration!