Choosing whether you want a summer or winter wedding should not be difficult. Getting married is one of the most important events that can happen in a couple’s life therefore it is a big deal consider when to have it.
Summer Wedding Pros
Summertime is considered by many to be the best time of the year to have a wedding and for good reasons too. During summer, one could plan a wedding with more options in particular; one can plan an outdoor wedding because of the wonderful weather. You can have a beach wedding, garden wedding or any place that suits the couples’ fancy. The warmth and sunshine will go well with the wedding theme and will add charm to the already in bloom flowers. It is also the time where many people are free from work and school making it more over an ideal time to have a wedding with all of the family members around. It also proves to be the perfect time to travel whenever the couple decides to follow on with the honeymoon afterwards.
Summer Wedding Cons
One thing to consider when planning a summer wedding is that there are probably a handful of other couples getting wed thus caterers, wedding planners and even wedding photographers are hectically busy. It can also get very hot during the summer and might prove uncomfortable for guests and the couple to be wed to have a beach, or garden wedding.
Guests along with the couple to be wed should wear attires that are light and comfortable to suit the weather. It is also best to plan ahead and or choose a day where people involved are available and away from work and school obligations.
Winter Wedding Pros
Even though many consider summertime to be the best time to have a wedding, a winter wedding can be equally magical and enchanting. Having your own winter wonderland is not difficult if one is able to plan the winter wedding right. For couples who favour the snow, a winter wedding will still be as enchanting as a summer wedding. Having a wedding on a ski lodge or winter hall can be a glamorous event. Prices for venues and catering are also lower compared to other times of the year. Couples can also have an assorted of magical themes from Christmas, Ice Fantasies up to Valentines.
Winter Wedding Cons
One big disadvantage of having a wedding during this time of the year is of course the weather. Travelling both land and air can be affected depending on the weather patterns which might make it difficult to follow to the dot the wedding plans. Even though most are off from school and work, people are also considering Christmas thus, guest might find it hard to come by because of their obligations to their families as well. The obvious loss of green and colourful foliage is missing if you have a winter wedding and you will have nothing but white for a window view.
Deciding whether to have a summer or winter wedding ultimately depends on what the couple wants. Thus it would be wise to analyze their options, weigh in the pros and cons before deciding when to have the most memorable, glamorous and important event of a couples life.