We have many couples who choose Sunset Beach Club for their special day. The majority of weddings take place in the “higher” season months – typically from April to October – as people like to play it safe with the weather and prefer the warmer months.
That’s all very well, but the downside is that weddings in the high season tend to be considerably more expensive; hiring of wedding venues, accommodation, it all adds up. What most people do not realise is that the weather here on the Costa del Sol is generally very good in the winter months. Yes, we get some rain but we also get lots of sun too! With average winter temperatures (November to March) of 19ºC, a winter wedding in Spain might just be the right option for you.
Well, we’ve got a solution for those looking to save money and searching for a cheaper Spanish wedding option; Our new winter wedding packages are perfect for couples who would like to get married in Spain but are on a tight budget; you can save up to €1000 compared to a summer wedding. We have a range of packages which include seafront blessings or church ceremonies; to give you an idea, to can get a winter wedding package for €6200. What’s included in this price? We’ve highlighted the main items in the list below:
- Personal Wedding Planner to help you arrange your special day
- Wedding reception meal including drinks
- Drinks reception with canapés
- Table Flowers
- Wedding night upgrade for the Bride & Groom
- Church fees
- Paperwork (legal)
- Bouquets for the Bride and two Bridesmaids
- Buttonholes for the Groom & best man
- Flowers for the church
- Bride’s hair and makeup
- Taster meal
- Bride’s transport to the church
- Transport for guests
- Photo Album
And if you think that’s great value, wait until you hear what your guests pay for a room in the hotel…..During the winter months we have special room rates which start at €56 per room per night (you can get 3 adults in each room) including full buffet breakfast!
If you would like to download our winter wedding packages brochure please click on the link.
Photo Credit: AmySelleck