The Ideal Wedding Season.
Spring may be the best wedding season: flowers are in bloom, it is never too hot for fancy dresses and tuxedos and you can easily have a wedding outdoors or indoors. You should consider the season’s holydays and that many churches may be already reserved for other ceremonies. Wedding dress: Best choiche may be fabrics that are not too light and dress models that allow for accessories like boleros or stools in case the temperature drops a bit. Colors are definitely in, and don’t forget a coordinated umbrella as it may rain.
fall is a great time for a wedding: the changing of leaves fills the event with colors that are just beautiful as a backdrop to a ceremony; the weather also is a bit cooler but not usually cold. You definitely should reserve in advance. September and october are preferred. Consider that the sun sets at 6.30 pm; On the last sunday of october the daylight saving time shifts to solar time. Wedding dress: The dress must not be too light and accessories like a jacket or a stool are a must to keep you warm in case the weather gets cold. A dome shaped transparent umbrella may be perfect in case it rains. The season allows for more elegant and complex lace edge and dress decorations.
Summer weddings are more popular because you can choose from many different dress styles and wedding locations. Be aware that it is appropriate to announce the wedding plenty in advance in order not to interfere with your guests’ summer vacation planning. You should reserve both church and the place you plan on having the reception in advance since it is the time of the year most people prefer to get married. Depending on the weather in your area, a cermony held late in the morning or early in the afternoon may expose the guests to excessive uncomfortable heat. A wedding ceremony in the late afternoon may be perfect and may continue with a fantastic wedding party till alte at night. Wedding dress: light fabrics and short/no sleeves may be the perfect choice.
Not a popular season for weddings, but some people do like the idea of having a wedding around the holidays. It is going to be cold and you may have to deal with the snow and wet weather. The choice of flowers is also influenced as many of your preferred ones may not be in season. A winter wedding can be terribly glamorous, cinematic and magical, though. It is a time of the year when people tend to spend more time with their families and loved ones and strong emotions play a major role. Daylight is short: the sun sets at 4.00-5.00pm. The best time for the ceremony is late in the morning: it will be less cold and the photoshoot will use the daylight. Wedding dress: You must wear warm clothes, so unusual fabrics like wool or velvet may be used. Long sleeves, long neck and gloves are the rule. The bride can use a cape, a coat or a stool.