What is the best time of year to organize your wedding?
The best time of year to organize your wedding is the time that suits you. Everyone has their own preferences and a time they will love best. It also depends on what style you prefer for your wedding. Each season has a different palette of colors and different species of flowers. Here’s what makes a wedding in each season special.
What does a spring wedding look like?
Spring is a refreshing season full of fragrant flowers. Compared to the scorching heat of summer, the temperatures are much more pleasant, and suitable even for outdoor weddings. And since there aren’t as many events in winter, people are more eager to party. And they’ll bring a more positive and enthusiastic energy to your special day. Also, spring light is perfect for photos.
The downside, however, is that spring is a rather unpredictable season. Even if it’s a sunny day, it can start raining at any moment. Easter is also during this period, and religious ceremonies cannot be held during Lent.
If you need ideas for a spring wedding, check out this article: 6 ideas for spring weddings in 2023
Why are summer weddings so popular?
Summer is the most popular season for weddings primarily because there is less chance of rain or wind spoiling your plans. At the same time, there aren’t too many legal holidays to interrupt events or overshadow them. At the same time, it’s a playful season full of colorful and varied flowers. And the party menu will be rich in fresh ingredients. Last but not least, summer days are the longest, which gives you more flexibility in setting the ceremony time.
However, it can be harder to find an available date in summer, as many events are organized during this period. Also, many people go on holiday and you could have the unpleasant surprise of missing important wedding guests.
What is the charm of an autumn wedding?
Autumn weddings are known for darker color palettes in red, amber, orange, and yellow shades. The start of the season comes with warm weather, but not torrid like midsummer. Which makes autumn perfect for outdoor events. Afternoons also have a warm light, very suitable for romantic photos.
The downside, however, might be that your guests are tighter financially after the holiday season. Or, towards the end of the season, they’re saving up for the winter holidays.
How can you organize a wedding in winter?
Even though not as many weddings are held in winter, this season has its beauty too. Decorations are more nonconformist, suitable for daring couples. Color palettes focus more on white and elegant tones. A major advantage may be that you’ll save more, as demand for weddings is lower. So you’ll be able to find more readily available dates for suppliers and at lower prices than other seasons.
However, because of the weather, events can only be held indoors. And if you have out-of-town or out-of-country guests, there’s a risk they won’t be able to make it because of snow. At the same time, you’ll have to compete with Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Depending on your priorities, there are times more or less suitable for you. If you want vibrant colors and fragrant flowers, spring and summer are the obvious choice. On the other hand, if you want a bolder wedding, you can choose winter. An event planner can help you more easily navigate the challenges this season brings (weather, winter holidays, etc.) And if you want a warm, quiet, deep season, fall might be your season.
If you feel overwhelmed by the wedding preparations, all the choices you have to make, communicating with all the suppliers, if you want to stay carefree and enjoy the whole wedding planning period until the wedding day, then we advise you to call a wedding planner. We can pride ourselves on the success of many great weddings, so if you feel you want us to be there for you, we invite you to meet us! You can write to us by filling out the form on the website or by phone. And if you want more inspiration, you can check out our portfolio and Pinterest boards.