Post # 1
I longed for a beach wedding, but I changed my mind thinking I wanted a fall/as long as its outdoors wedding, but definately not in the middle of summer where everyone would be sweating their butts off/sunburned, or already on vacation.
I cant do spring, because I have hay fever( avery bad case of em too) and the Chesepake area is notorious for making me nasal and itchy eyes. I dont want to sneeze as Im attempting to say I do-LOL
Would the beginning of October still be warm enough? Or would I have to shoot for september…
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
It depends on what time of day you’re shooting for. I went to school in Maryland and I remember finding shorts in my laundry in the beginning of November, but if you want it to be warm, I would really only do October if you’re having it during the day just to be safe. Mid-late September will still be nice and warm at night.
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
Early October in Baltimore typically has a daytime high in the 75-78 degree range, which is nice. On my wedding day it was 82 degrees (a bit warmer that I had hoped for). The year before on that day it was around 77 degrees. Just remember that if you really want a fall feeling, the leaves don’t start changing en masse until late October. So if you want that vivid outdoor backdrop, you’ll have to wait until later in the month and deal with cooler temperatures (high 60s/low 70s).
Post # 5
I basically wanted the same thing but went for may. I would go for sept or oct if i were you ( i considered this, too)
edit: the same thing in terms of wanting it on the beach originally but then deciding on outdoors