Christmas Wedding Season
Ah, the spirit of the holiday season just brings out that exciting whiff of Christmas goodness that warms your heart. Wedding can also be another very heart warming experience, because nothing can be more joyous than finally being able to be officially wed to someone that you love dearly. Combining these two celebrations is not really a new concept, but through the years, and with the different cultures that are present in each country, you may find each of these Christmas wedding ceremonies, simply fascinating.
But for a general viewpoint, how do couples choose to have their wedding on Christmas anyway? Why is it that there are times that many couples just think of the same idea? It seems to be that there is a specific trend that leads to these events that seems to be like a season for Christmas weddings.
First of all, we don’t view the word “Christmas wedding season” in its suggestive and literal meaning (that won’t make any sense, because you generally don’t do Christmas weddings if it’s not Christmas right?). We could give a guess that it has to do with some financial reason of some sort (like payment bonuses or whatever), but in the end I guess the combined warmth of the two celebrations already gives it enough reason to for couples to want to try having their wedding at Christmas. Christmas really gives an already joyous event the delight that can be etched in the memory of the couples who made it. Besides, who wouldn’t want an exciting Christmas party right after the ceremony?
I wouldn’t be surprised if a couple came up with the idea because of economical reasons of having two parties in one though.