Not everyone wants to book the best Asian wedding video provider for a summer wedding. Some people dream about getting hitched in the snow and if you’re one of these plucky couples, then follow our tips for success and everyone will be talking about your ceremony well into the next year. First of all, make sure that you have blankets on hand to hand out to all your guests when the evening draws in. You don’t want them to catch a chill and remember your wedding as the one that made them all really ill, after all. While a lot of people view the reception as a chance to get seriously liquored up (and we’re not saying that’s a bad thing), it might be fun to think outside the box and instead of a champagne reception before you all sit down to dinner hand out steaming mugs of hot chocolate. If you can’t bear to give up the booze, consider making them Irish with a drop of whiskey in each one. You should also not put too much stock in the weather. Pick a venue that looks just as nice on the inside as it does outside so that if it does rain a lot, you can still get loads of beautiful photographs without having to head out of doors. If it snows, consider yourself lucky however – you can get some amazing outdoor shots of you and your partner posing as it all falls down around you. So don’t be put off by the idea of having a winter wedding. They can be pure magic and really make your day completely memorable.