Post # 17
We’re getting married October 2 in Virginia. The ceremony will be at 3 and the reception will be over by 7 or 8 so we’re not terribly worried about whether or not it gets cold. I figure if someone is afraid of getting cold they’ll bring a sweater.
Post # 18
same here Miss Cake!! it doesnt get cold in tx till late november
Post # 19
We’re gettting marriend Oct 16th in Santa Barbara. I’m more concerned about keeping my guests cool and from getting sunburnt than I am about it being cold! I may provide parasols or cute hand fans on the seats. The ceremony’s gonna be short and sweet though so hopefully it wont be much of a problem!
Post # 20
I am not worried about it because our wedding is in San Diego. The past couple of years, it has been quite an indian summer and very warm in October. Luckily, with our venue, if for some odd reason it is unusually cold, we can order some heat warmers the day of.
Post # 21
My wedding is in Cleveland. It could snow or it could be 80. The weather has been nice for the last 60 years (I looked it up on the internet) on that date. However, our venue has the patio heaters, just in case!
Post # 22
We’re getting married on a small beach in Maryland on the 2nd of October. The ceremony is around 3. Our Octobers are pretty warm. I’m more worried about rain.
Post # 23
We did have the heaters for our November wedding. We also put out some inexpensive fleece throws we found at walmart. Tied the bundles up with twine and a note that said “Stay Warm & Snuggle”, we did a couple baskets full of them.