2020 Wedding Postponements – Moving From Spring/Summer To Winter, Practical Wedding Planning Tips From Katrina Otter | Love My Dress® UK Wedding Blog + Wedding Directory

Darlings, how are you today? Is the sun shining? We hope it is and we hope that your little corner of the world is a safe and secure place right now. We send love, strength and all the good wishes to you today, and always.

We know that lots of our readers have had to postpone their weddings and are now planning to celebrate in a completely different season. Moving your wedding from spring or summer to winter is a definite change from a planning perspective and there are things that you might now need to consider that weren’t even on your radar before.

To make this process of readjustment that bit easier, it’s a huge pleasure to be joined by multi-award winning wedding planner, Love My Dress regular and our Little Book member, Katrina Otter, so that she can take you through the areas of your plans that you might need to revisit.

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As always, Kat’s advice is clear and incredibly helpful so we can’t thank her enough for sharing her experience and wisdom with us today.

Over to you Kat…

Practical Planning Tips for Winter Weddings

If you’ve had to move your wedding from a spring or summer date to winter, there’s nothing to worry about and lots to look forward to as winter is such a special season for weddings. Here’s my guide to things to think about – just work your way through these points and your winter wedding will be absolute perfection”

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Annabel is the founder of Love My Dress. She lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, two daughters Eska and Leanora and three dogs. She is passionate about photography, supporting women in business and in life, and is in her element being surrounded by nature and the countryside.

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