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Tips On Getting Married In Skegness


Planning a wedding can be stressful at the best of times. There are so many different things to consider, from the
venue and the guest list to the table settings and, of course, your bridal gown. It can seem impossible to know
where to start. However, as you already have a destination – Skegness, at least, you have a starting point from
which you can work. Of course, there is still a lot of hard work that needs to be done. With that being said, read
on to discover some useful tips on planning a wedding in this tourist seaside spot.

Choosing a wedding venue – There are lots of amazing wedding venues in Skegness, so you should have no trouble
choosing one that appeals to you. Some of the best places to host your special day in this area include Skendleby
Hall, The Granary at Elms Farm, Caley Hall Hotel, Mount Amelia, and Sedgeford Hall. Lincolnshire is a beautiful
region, so there are lots of spectacular venues on the outskirts of Skegness.

Include a selection of accommodation options when sending out the invite – If you are getting married in
Skegness and you are not from the area, or you have a lot of people travelling from far away, it is a good idea to
include a list of accommodation options when sending out the invite. Make sure to include the price of the rooms
at the venue, as well as details on how to book. This will make it a lot easier for your guests that need to book a
hotel for the night.

When to get married – It probably does not come as a surprise to learn that August is the busiest time of year in
this seaside location. In terms of weather averages, August is the hottest month, very closely followed by July.
September and June both have averages of 18 degrees high and 10 degrees low, with May following at 15 degrees
high and seven degrees low. With it being a seaside area, most people do decide to get married during the
summer months here. A lot of venues charge higher prices during the summer, especially on the weekend, so it is
worth keeping this in mind when you are looking for the right wedding package for you. You can save some money
by planning your wedding to take place a month earlier or later, or by having it one a weekday instead.
As you can see, there is a lot that needs to be considered when planning your wedding in Skegness. From the
venue itself to your accommodation, there are lots of different elements that need to be planned, booked, and
paid for. However, hopefully, you now feel more prepared for the task at hand. So, all that is left to say is
congratulations and good luck!

Stay Gorgeous
XOXOX

(Collaboration Post)

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