Angela
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When is wedding Season?

Angela, on February 21, 2010 at 4:07 AM Posted in Planning 0 27
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I'm getting married Feb 11th is that wedding season??

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Latest activity by gabby, on June 8, 2012 at 2:03 PM
  • Tara
    Super July 2011
    Tara ·
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    Same here in Indiana, ours goes with the changing of the seasons and the temps. I'm sure it may be different where spring/summer is the main season/temp all year long, lol

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  • Angela
    Devoted February 2012
    Angela ·
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    Lol i am so lost idk when it is out here lol thanx for the help girls

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  • Tara
    Super July 2011
    Tara ·
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    And really wedding season doesn't matter, it should be when you 2 want it

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  • Angela
    Devoted February 2012
    Angela ·
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    Im sticking to my day but my venues pricing depends on the wedding season

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  • ladylee
    Master June 2010
    ladylee ·
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    In my area the busy season is june to october. May on the early end.

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  • Mary Carlson
    Mary Carlson ·
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    Usually you can have a discounted wedding if you have your wedding in November, December, January, February, and sometimes March. This is the off season in the East. From what I hear, July and August are dead months in the hot climates.

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  • * maryke
    VIP July 2010
    * maryke ·
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    Hopefully it's the off season for ya then! Smiley smile

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  • M
    Just Said Yes October 2011
    Mary ·
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    I don't think Feb. is wedding season in any state but I could be wrong. Wedding season will always be the nicer months. In Texas summer and winter are off season for wedding. It is freakishly hot in the summer months and unpredictable/ miserable in the winter.

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  • M
    Just Said Yes October 2011
    Mary ·
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    I don't think Feb. is wedding season in any state but I could be wrong. Wedding season will always be the nicer months. In Texas summer and winter are off season for wedding. It is freakishly hot in the summer months and unpredictable/ miserable in the winter.

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  • Terri
    Terri ·
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    I don't think February is considered wedding season, although I have noticed a pickup in business around Valentine's Day. If you have guests coming from out of town, you might want to look into hotel rooms ahead of time.

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  • Monique  Wilber
    Monique Wilber ·
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    Believe it or not, I've read that October is now the most popular month for weddings, beating out June. February is not extremely busy for most vendors. However, please note that Feb 11 is 3 days before Valentine's Day. For retail florists, they are extremely busy with regular deliveries for VDay. Also, wholesale prices for flowers for florists and floral designers go WAY up and so we have to pass along that cost increase to the consumer. Also, so many flowers are being handled in the floral supply/delivery system, they may not get the same care as they would at a less-crazy time (not necessarily at the florist, but before they get there) and they may not be quite as fresh as they could be. Just so you know...usually the prices start going up 2 weeks before a holiday and settle back down about a week afterwards.

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  • mandyblank2
    Super May 2010
    mandyblank2 ·
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    I'm with Ladylee, which I believe we live roughly in the same area anyways. I think if you want to do Feb. and can do it, go for it! It should save you a bit of money

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  • Glen
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    It would be your wedding, so when ever you hold it is in season. As far as the venue is concerned, they are generally interested in any dates they can fill in " season " or not. If it is a low booking period they generally offer discounts to fill the space. Once a date is past any revenue they might have recieved from the date is gone for ever so even a discounted booking is better than none at all.

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  • Felix Fidler
    Felix Fidler ·
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    Yes I agree-if you won’t to safe some money -do your wedding off seasons

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  • Judy Arnold
    Judy Arnold ·
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    I think Feb 11 is a fantastic day to be married. It just happens to be my birthday. As for it being in season it doesn't matter. If this is the day you and your future husband have decided upon that is all that matters. Somewhere everyday someone is getting married. To save some headache about your flower problem being so close to Valentines Day you may want to consider silk wedding flowers.

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  • Matt Potvin
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    The off season around here is winter time. No one was going anywhere during our 20-30" of snow. I know of one person that had a wedding scheduled for the first dumping a few weeks ago. Ironically, she is a meteorologist. That isn't to say that there aren't weddings in that time frame, you're just taking on a bit more of a risk if you live in a snowy area!

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  • FMS, the barefoot wife!
    Master August 2010
    FMS, the barefoot wife! ·
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    I think it's typically the summer/warmer months, may/june to sept/possibly october?

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  • Arnaldo Martinez
    Arnaldo Martinez ·
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    It varies with the season, and also with the wedding budget. If you have the money you can have it anytime and anywhere. Here in the US or overseas. All around the year in South Florida.

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  • Future Mrs. Bigley
    Devoted September 2015
    Future Mrs. Bigley ·
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    Places out here in ma most do prices based on days..like friday and sunday are the same rate as opposed to on saturday..i like you have no clue on the wedding season but my gut feeling is mostly april may june and july august

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  • Z
    Super April 2010
    Z ·
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    February is smack dab in the middle of wedding season here (Phoenix, AZ)! March and April being the most popular but at the end of the season. Weddings come to a screeching, sweaty halt come May. When I was looking at dates I considered April 24th (average high of 85 degrees) and one week later May 1 (average high 102 degrees). It's insane! Colton is Southern California so I'm surprised they have "seasons". Isn't that the beauty of SOCal? I would just go to your venue's website, they should have some information or call and ask. It could make a big difference. Good luck!!

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