What is your ideal season to get married in?

United States
December 17, 2008 1:00am CST
I would really like to get married in the fall or early winter. Sunlight is vital of course, but as long as the weather is cool to slightly cold. I really do not like the summer as I'm not built for too much heat. Winter is a beautiful season. It can be dull so I think I would consider using non traditional colors to brighten the ceremony. What is your ideal season?
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@Jax2700 (12)
• Canada
19 Dec 08
I am getting married the first day of Spring this year. March 21st, some say a nice winter wedding and we say nope spring lol. We living in Ontario where the weather is unpredictable but we are pretty happy about it. We are actually hoping for a dust of snow to compliment our day. Our Colours are bright red and white with silver accents. And our flowers are yellow roses with red tips. I can't wait .. just only problem with it is all the dresses are strapless or anything I would wear. But just think winter weddings are few and far between and venus are cheap.
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• United States
19 Dec 08
San Antonio has unpredictable weather too. it's a hate/love relationship with the seasons here =] The colors for your wedding sound beautiful, and the first day of spring does sound lovely. First day of new beginnings...=]
• China
17 Dec 08
fall is a gain season ,so it is the best season to get married .if you feel happy , a little cold is just a piece of cake,isn't it .after all we have only one time to get married with our love in our lifetime. so just go on ...after you feel cold you will know whom you should embrace......
• United States
19 Dec 08
nicely said and good point =]
• Ecuador
17 Dec 08
Fall. Not too hot. Not too cold. Vacations south are way cheaper in the autumn.
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• United States
17 Dec 08
awesome choice. fall is a beautiful season. so it's difficult for me to decide between that and winter
@shonali (1286)
• India
17 Dec 08
i think i would love to get married in the winter... i am from india and you can imagine what an indian wedding is like for the bride mainly and also the groom..... the bride is totally decked up with heavy attire....one layer after another of clothing and jewellery..... if the wedding is supposed to happen in the summer.... i wont be able to go through the wedding even half way... so i think i would prefer to have the wedding in the winter where it is cooler and wont turn out to be a disaster..... so i would defiantely go with winter... best season atleast in india to get married
• United States
17 Dec 08
That's really interesting to know. And, i would say i agree with you especially if you have layers of fabric on. I bet it would look beautiful! =]
@Jlyn22 (204)
• United States
28 Jan 09
Im getting married in June. I hate the winter so theres no way i would ever consider having my wedding then. Plus i want an outside wedding and in the begining of june its not too hot usually so it will be perfect for me.
• United States
20 Dec 08
I will be getting married on 09-19-09...it will still be warm enough yet be changing over to the fall atmosphere! We are very excited! (And it happens to be my mom's birthday!)
• United States
20 Dec 08
I am getting married to my lovely fiance in July. I think this is nice because everyone gets married in June or May and goes crazy trying to find halls and whatnot. Also it will be a bit cooler the middle of July. Sunlight won't be bad and hopefully it won't rain! The chances I think are lower too for rain during July-September!
• United States
20 Dec 08
I think early winter is a good time. I live in New Orleans so about early winter it's still not cold. But at the same time i won't be suffering a heat stroke. Plus i'd really like to have an outdoor wedding when the time comes.
@youless (99516)
• Guangzhou, China
18 Dec 08
I will choose summer. I don't mind the hot weather. On the contrary, I am very afraid of the cold and freezing weather. Therefore, it's impossible for me to get married in winter. I love China
@Galena (9120)
17 Dec 08
late summer/early autumn. we've chosen September, as the weather is the most consistantly warm and sunny in that month.