Wedding Planning is Both Exhilarating and Stressful
Wedding season is one of the busiest times of the year for venues, caterers, and of course bakers. If you’re getting married within the year, you may want to choose an off-season date to save on costs.
When is wedding season, though, and how can you use it to your advantage?
Encompassing the months of May, June, July and August, wedding season is the hottest time of the year to be married. The weather is beautiful outdoors and family and friends may have more time to travel and attend a wedding.
Why You Should Care
Like every special season—think Halloween and Christmas—things are more expensive during wedding season. Everything from bridal gowns to flower arrangements cost you more during the spring and summer. Anything off-season, late September to April, is inexpensive and easier to book.
Any bride with a budget should care about wedding season. While having a gorgeous wedding outdoors during early summer sounds amazing, going into debt just to book an outdoor venue doesn’t.
Besides, there are tons of indoor venues that you can decorate to reflect the great outdoors. You don’t have to limit yourself to a particular area simply because your wedding will be during the cooler months of the year. For example, many brides enjoy the Winter Wonderland look. You obviously can’t do this during summer.
When Should You Get Married?
Choosing a wedding date is personal. If a particular day during the summer means a good deal to you and your soon-to-be-spouse, book it. However, if you wish to manage your budget, branch out to the cooler months of the year. You can save even more money if you choose the right day of the week—Sunday—to get married.
It comes down to this: your wedding day is yours alone, but if you want to reduce stress and save cash, think long and hard about booking an off-season wedding date.
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