Post # 1
I just got engaged, and I live in Florida.. And it’s very hot here during the summer.. But dosent really get cold during the winter… I’m trying to decide wither or not to get married in the later months like October or November.. Or anytime sooner.. But just dont want it to be too hot… Anyone who lives in Florida have any ideas?! Plus I want my Colors to be pink and black.. But don’t know if those would go good with the cold months… Any ideas or help would be great!!
Thank you.. Jess
Post # 3
Do you want to have a destination wedding, or just get married in Florida?
Does your fiance like pink and black as well?
Post # 4
@Jessw0613: Definitely get married in the later months (Late Oct-Early Mar). Heat is down, and humidity is less of a factor. Don’t worry about your colors. They are YOUR colors, so they are perfect. Let me know if you have any other needs/questions
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Post # 5
I had pink (watermelon) and we got married in April!!! what if you did like feb. march or Apirl? We picked April b/c we did not want it to be too hot for our ourdoor wedding and we ended up with a high of 60degrees lol. Oh well it was perfect I did not notice it, I was warm in my dress and the boys were happy in there monkey suites 🙂
Post # 6
Bee photo… Yeah that’s what i was thinking… I just dont want it to be too cold for my guests… and I’m not so worried about the colors.. They will be great no matter what time.. I’m just worried about the weather.. Even though no one can predict Florida weather.. And yes he likes the punk and black.. 🙂
Post # 7
@Jessw0613: Pink would totally work with an October wedding. My area is hot too (115 in the summer) so my initial wedding was set for October 20, 2012. For the record, we moved it to a destination wedding in Hawaii and wed in March, though.
Post # 8
@Jessw0613: lol there is no predicting the weather, you know that it will be colder in december and HOT in JULY!! But other then that it can be hard, just set the date for what you think should be a cooler month (not too hot) and mother nature will take it from there!
Post # 9
Are you having an outdoor wedding? If it’s a beach wedding I would think about avoiding hurricane season. If its not a beach wedding, a cooler month like November would be my choice.
Post # 10
I live in south florida… and decided to do a destination wedding because the weather here is so unpredictable and we wanted something mostly outdoors. But one of my close friends got married on the beach in late April… it was warm but not super hot yet, it was cloudy all day but she lucked out with no rain.
I would say definitely avoid the summer months, between the heat and rain, the weather is rarely nice. And if you’re planning a winter outdoor wedding, make sure you have a backup (that you like) in case of bad weather.