Post # 16
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
I voted summer, because I love the atmosphere of outdoor weddings with blooming flowers. BUT, DH and I got married on our anniversary, which was at the end of winter. The night before a huge snow storm hit, but I feel like my white dress with the snowing back drop looks so romantic in pictures. I’m really happy to personally have had a winter wedding, but I enjoy to attend summer weddings!
Post # 17
Yeah, that wasn’t something I considered. Thank you for the advice, by the way! It’s something to keep in mind, for sure.
Post # 18
Summer is just too hot for me, and I am NOT a dainty sweaty person. I sweat BUCKETS. So, although I love summer, I could not have pulled off a summer wedding. Given where I live, late spring also gets hot. I love early spring weather. But there’s nothing like a dreamy, warm, fall day with the leaves changing as far as I’m concerned. We were lucky and got a warm fall day for our late October wedding. It was quite windy, but as a result I have some great pictures with my train flying into the air!
Post # 19
- Wedding: October 2016 - Painswick Church and the Falcon Hotel
thank you. Oh wow! They all sound so lovely 😊 Ah yes I get what you mean about the softer colours. Sounds like the arts for humanity would be perfect with bold colours and your personality. I’m sure your wedding will be just as great with any of them though, best of luck to you and FH
Post # 20
- Wedding: June 2009 - Mountain Meadow/Mansion
We really wanted a fall wedding. However, because I am an educator, the timing would not work. We got married in June, which worked well for the lovely weather (it’s warm without being too warm in the mountains) and long days (or ceremony ended at sunset).
Post # 21
I picked fall, even though I’m having a winter wedding. I got engaged last May, and I thought October would be to soon to plan a wedding. When I mentioned next October to my finance he didn’t want to wait that long, so I compromised with February. My main issue is I HATE being hot and sticky, lol. I live in Baltimore btw. Fall is great here, so I consider it ideal!
Post # 22
If you have a particular favorite season, just go with that! Personally, I’ve always loved spring, everything is so new again and fresh, and full of potential … So getting married in the spring/early summer was a no-brainer for me! (Well, plus Fiance is the biggest baby when it comes to cold.. Lol!) but really, don’t overthink! You could make an absolutely stunning wedding in any season, and with things like Pinterest, you’ll never run out of ideas or options for whichever specific season you choose!
Post # 23
Winter! But I got married in December. I loved the idea of crisp white snow- looking so clean. And the horfrost on the branches made for some pretty fantastic photos! Every wedding I went to was in the late summer, early fall season. I wanted something different.
Post # 24
What’s the season you look forward to the most? We went with a winter wedding, because we love winter 🙂
Post # 25
Another fall bride, so obviously biased — I had a fall wedding in Vermont. Fall in New England is just gorgeous. Anyway, both my husband and I knew from the beginning we wanted a fall wedding. The foliage, moderate temperatures (we had ceremony and cocktail hour outdoors), and overall feel of the season makes it my absolute favorite.