Did you ever consider which season you prefer for your wedding? You probably have, but did you look into the pros and cons of each season?
We have done exactly that for you! Take a look…
Pros and Cons for a spring Wedding
- The seasonal temperature changes from cold and mild to warm and refreshingly cool and it brings along an ample selection of fruit and vegetables for your seasonal menu.
- Spring brings out better moods in people with flowers starting to blossom, and offers a wider variety of floral incorporation.
- Choosing a spring date might mean that some of your guests might not be able to come due to their children being in school.
- Spring season is the allergy season!
PROS AND CONS FOR A Summer WEDDING
- Having longer summer days is the perfect time to capture beautiful scenery.
- Perfect season for destination weddings as guests can combine a vacation with the wedding. Children are on summer holidays so parents can combine your wedding with their summer holiday.
- Choosing a venue is easier due to the abundance of venue options making it the perfect time to have outdoor ceremony and receptions.
- Having longer days come with heat and humidity, which can ruin your make up.
- Because the summer season is so popular the selection of venues and vendors will be limited. Being the peak and destination wedding season it brings higher accommodation prices.
PROS AND CONS FOR A Autumn WEDDING
- With warmer afternoons and crispy evenings this adds to the possibility of outdoor weddings with colorful backdrops due to the changing of the season.
- Your guests might not be able to attend your wedding having already gone on their summer vacation and their children would have returned to school.
- Although it is still possible to plan an outdoors wedding in autumn, the change of season brings with it the risk of bad weather.
PROS AND CONS FOR A Winter WEDDING
- Should you want an elegant and traditional theme this is the perfect season. You can add the classical combination of red, white and black for your winter themed wedding.
- Not being the peak and destination wedding season will mean that there are fewer conflicts with venues, vendors and prices might be cheaper.
- You will have more dress options, from longer sleeves to different material.
- Although winter does bring beautiful landscapes not all your guests would want to venture outside for photos.
- Due to shorter days the natural light for pictures will be limited and can therefore interfere with your timings.
- Booking flights and accommodation might be difficult due to the festive season and some of your guests might have already planner their winter holidays.