Use one of the most dramatic seasons in the year to celebrate your special day. Winter weddings in the Ozarks can be spectacular. Eureka Springs is a desired location for weddings all year long but Winter Weddings are special. Here are a few tips to consider when thinking about a winter wedding:
1. Make an impression. Your wedding is a historic moment. What better place to highlight the importance of your special day than a wedding in a real castle? From the monumental stonework of the stately entrance to the shimmering chandeliers of the magnificent Crystal Ballroom, the 1886 Crescent Hotel is a sought after location for destination weddings. Tall windows frame breathtaking vistas while bare trees and big views provide a dramatic backdrop for your event. Making reservations as soon as possible is important to ensure your date is available. The Crescent Hotel is one of the most sought after wedding venues in the country. Need help with reservations? Contact Eureka Springs Wedding Professionals and let them help you reserve your date.
2. Get a Great Value. Although winter weddings are a hot trend, you can still save on venue costs when you book in time. Eureka Springs has earned its reputation as the Wedding Capital of the South and location is a big part of that. Contact a Wedding Professional to find out how you can get the most value for your money when planning a wedding in Eureka Springs.
3. Take advantage of an onsite spa/salon. Eureka Springs is home to world class spas. Relax before your big day with a spa day. Enlist the help of salon professionals to assist you in preparing for your wedding photographs and ceremony. The 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa is a mountaintop resort with the largest spa and trendy salon in the area located right inside the hotel. No need to worry about transportation and weather conditions when you plan your event at the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa. Contact a Eureka Springs Wedding Professional to learn about wedding/spa/salon packages and options.
View the Online Wedding Guide for the 1886 Crescent Hotel.