Our event space makes a great DFW holiday wedding venue because it’s a blank canvas. There are a lot of reasons that couples choose a holiday to plan their wedding, but before you get on the bandwagon check out our list of pros and cons to see if this trend is right for you.
This one is both a pro and con depending on your crowd. Having your wedding over a holiday lets you maximize time with your loved ones, allowing for you to spend a whole week celebrating. But while more of your friends and family are probably able to take off work to travel to your wedding don’t be surprised if some guests may decline your invitation preferring to spend their holidays with their families.
But beyond attendance, holidays increase hotel and airfare rates. In addition, your preferred venue and vendors might not offer discounts or be available at all due to high demand.
Endless theme ideas
People feel naturally festive around the holidays, tap in to that with your decor. There’s nothing more special that adding to the season with your own fun memories. There’s so much fun to be had with decorating for a themed holiday wedding. Using pink accents for a Valentines Day themed wedding or an epic fireworks show for your 4th of July wedding.