Pros & cons of each wedding season

Pros & Cons Of Each Wedding Season


Pros & cons of each wedding season

-The colors are gorgeous and make for great pictures!
-If you are worried about being too hot or too cold, fall offers pleasant weather.
-It’s still considered wedding season, so don’t expect a price break.
-Depending upon where your wedding is taking place, late fall can be a little brisk.
-Fall is a popular time to get married so it could be hard to find a venue.

-It’s not prime wedding season, so you could receive lower prices on a venue.
-A light snowfall makes for gorgeous pictures!
-You can take a tropical honeymoon in the middle of winter. Everyone will be jealous!
-It will be easier to find a venue that is available, even with short notice.
-There could be a blizzard which could keep guests from attending the wedding.
-Flowers can be hard to find and keep alive!
-There is not as much day light for taking pictures.
-Colder weather may complicate your wardrobe.

-Venues aren’t typically booked as quickly as they are in summer.
-You can have a natural backdrop of spring flowers in your pictures.
-It’s considered wedding season, so don’t expect a price break.
-It’s most likely to rain during this time of year.
-It’s allergy season, which could be problematic for an outdoor wedding.

-An outdoor wedding is most successful during summer months.
-Guests are more likely to have time away from work and school, making it easier for them to attend.
-The greatest variety of attire can be worn.
-High temperatures may cause you and your guests to be uncomfortable.
-Venues are booked quickly, limiting the number of available dates.
-Guest attendance might be lower, because people tend to have busier schedules.

Krista Spinti is the owner of Weddings With A Twist, LLC. She’s certified by The International Institute of Weddings and offers assistance with preparing a timeline, establishing a budget, selecting vendors and more!

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Danielle has had the privilege of working on a variety of publications from magazines to books, and topics from food & travel to home & garden (to weddings!). Currently she works on the digital side of best-selling beading and jewelry magazines. Danielle enjoys everything Milwaukee has to offer and lives near Miller Park with her husband, Alex, and adorable rescue-pup, Hutson.

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