Choosing the Perfect Wedding Season
There are 365 days in the year, so choosing the perfect wedding date or at least a season for it, is like playing some brain game. There are so many questions in the head that flies around like the mad bees. So, how to choose the perfect wedding season?
Romantic souls will certainly say that the best wedding seasons are spring and autumn. In the spring everything is blooming, there are so many flowers, the weather is sunny and birds are singing like they want to express the hope in life and love. It just may seem as a perfect gift from heavens. In the autumn colors are beautiful, especially if the wedding takes part in some park full of leaves that turn yellow, brown and red.
Summer could also be a good season for the wedding since it allows open wedding dresses and taking photos on the most romantic places in the area. Also, in the summer it is almost certain that you can make a wedding party in the open place, which can also be very romantic and bring the feeling of freedom during long summer nights.
And how about winter weddings? They can certainly have the romantic note as well, if there is a snow outside or maybe a fireplace inside. But, you can never be sure about the weather and very often snow can turn into rain or not so romantic slush. We can say winter wedding could be very nice or it could be a total fiasco, all depending on weather conditions.
Also, while deciding about the wedding season, make sure to avoid holidays and important sports or similar events. The last thing you want on your wedding is angry guests who act like they came just because they had to, and they would rather spend the time with their families or secretly watching some important game.
Think what you actually want from your wedding… If you want to show infatuation, choose the spring. If you want warmth with a hot breeze ruffling your hair, choose summer. If you are looking for the cosiness, choose autumn. If you want to express purity with a bit of magic, but at the same time willing to take a risk, choose winter. The decision is all yours.