The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart. –Helen Keller
You want everything perfect on your wedding. Seasons have impact on wedding. No matter how many times you get married but every time you get married it has to be grand. And those who think it as one time affair, it should be definitely grand.
Normally, wedding happens all year round. Choosing a wedding date is one of the most important planning decisions that both—bride and groom—have to make. Cost of wedding heavily depends on season. The price is high during peak season and vice versa. Every season has its own charm and drawbacks.
Many weddings are arranged in summer. If you are more of a muted color fan, then summer nights bring in cooler shades like champagne, mauve and sea foam. You can choose many different dress styles and length and your wedding affair and reception can be either indoor or outdoor. But you might have to worry about hot weather conditions. You can provide your guest with some shades as well.
Spring is the best season for the weddings. You have cooler temperatures and it is never too hot for fancy dresses and tuxedoes. Welcome the first sign of spring with an upbeat wedding color palette. With flowers in bloom, bright sun and cheer all around—there is endless inspiration for a spring wedding. If your climate favors, then it is a wonderful time to celebrate spring’s earliest bursts of color, flowers and delicate life forms: lilies of valley and Shasta daisies, daffodils and tulips. Brides are instinctively drawn to pastels like lavender or yellow, whimsical and romantic pairing like red and pink, combos with modern bent like pink and lime green.
Fall weddings (August, September and October)
The colors alone bring this season near to the hearts of many brides who cannot imagine tying the knot any other time of a year. Outdoor weddings may not be a common affair but still you can have ceremony outdoors while reception indoor. Color combinations are endless at this time around. From russet to pumpkin orange and cinnamon to vanilla, the scents and famers’ market decor of an outdoor autumn wedding makes a setting truly special. It is really grand!
Winter is not popular wedding season. But if you are thinking of a white wedding, then this is the best time of the year. While some may find it too cold to celebrate, you know that winter is the season of jubilation. You need to find the perfect winter wedding colors if you are thinking about winter weddings. Snowy days provide the perfect backdrop for bright berries paired with champagne and pewter shades. Dazzle your guests with bright metallic gold or opt for a subdued hazy grey. For a December wedding, red and green are a classic color combination.
In most parts of the country January, February and March are the least popular months for wedding. The most popular months to get married are June, September, and October and it is no surprise why—the weather is favorable. And we call this peak season for wedding.