Typically, twilight weddings are held after 5pm, depending on the time of year.

Most venues offer twilight wedding packages between the months of September-March, the summer sun often doesn’t set until past 9pm, and you won’t want to be waiting around until then!

Naturally with twilight weddings, there’s less time that needs to be filled, saving money on things such as no daytime entertainment, fewer photography hours, and less catering. Keep in mind though that twilight weddings do include a full ceremony and evening reception, which will need to be catered for, though more relaxed dining options such as buffets are usually chosen.

Twilight weddings are also a great idea for those who want to avoid more traditional ceremonies; they’re much shorter and encourage fun evening behaviour right from the start.

Vintage or rustic themes are more likely to be chosen to compliment the twinkly, whimsical vibe. We can’t imagine something more romantic than saying ‘I do’ under shining stars.

Firework finales are a staple, with the night sky providing the perfect backdrop, so this is something to consider to conclude your special event.