Christmas time in New York City has become one of the most popular times to get married. Having a winter wedding in Central Park and taking photos by the Rockefeller Christmas tree after the ceremony is the perfect recipe for an enchanted and magical wedding. If you want to have your wedding during this magical time in New York City, Wedding Packages NYC is your perfect partner!
New York is amazing in the winter, especially when it snows. Valentine’s Day & New Year’s Day are also very special dates that couples like to choose for their wedding.
If you are planning a winter wedding in NYC, I beg you, especially if you are coming from warm countries, to dress appropriately. Dress warmly, and don’t come in short sleeves, because New York cold weather can be a lot harder to handle than what you imagined.
Your wedding ceremony is the first moment of the rest of your lives together. It is an indescribable moment; you cannot duplicate what you feel. Therefore, it is important that you feel comfortable for your ceremony, avoiding any type of discomfort that I assure you, you will feel if you do not bring a coat. You can wear a dress with short sleeves, yes, but it is not a good idea if you do not bring a good coat to wear over it. If you are worried about photos, you can take it off for them, but don’t think you can get through a winter wedding without a coat, because it’s not possible.
All of this applies if you are having your ceremony outside. Alternatively, you can look at our indoor weddings. Central Park also has covered locations, such as Ladies Pavilion – Wedding Packages NYC or Wagner Cove – Wedding Packages NYC. But if you plan to get married in other locations in the park, at the Brooklyn Bridge, Time Square, or Rockefeller Centre, where the Christmas tree is, I implore you to dress warmly. Long-sleeved dresses are beautiful, although they won’t be enough. Please wear a coat, which can also be a stylish accessory. Check out inspiration for winter dresses Winter Weddings in the Snow – Wedding Packages NYC
I will never get tired of repeating this tip. Sometimes it gets so cold here that our hands freeze, it even becomes difficult to grab the pen to sign the marriage license. So, you must take this seriously. I have a lot of experience doing outdoor weddings in the winter, and I suffer when I see couples, especially the bride, suffer for not bundling up. If you can’t comply with this, have the ceremony inside, and then you can go outside and take a couple of pictures. Whatever you do, don’t suffer on your wedding day.