What would be the worst thing that could happen during your wedding?
An unexpected storm
People being late
Having to have my wedding indoors
That too many things go wrong
Do you want to have your wedding indoors or outdoors?
I don't care
Choose a color combination:
Red and champagne
Emerald and white
Blush and lavender
Navy blue and yellow
What region do you plan on getting married in?
Are you going to have a traditional white dress?
I'm not sure
No I'm not
Choose a cake flavor from the choices below:
You want your venue surrounded by:
What type of wedding are you going to have?
A traditional wedding
Which word best describes your theme?
Is it important to you to have the perfect wedding?
It's important but I understand if things go wrong
It's not important
There's no better season to hold your wedding than fall! The temperature is cool enough that you're not uncomfortable but it's not freezing. If you have your wedding in a place where the color of the leaves change, it'll add quite a beautiful look to your special day.
While it may be a bit of a challenge, it will definitely be worth the effort to have a wedding during winter. If you have your wedding in a place where it snows, you can also have your ceremony and reception indoors. The snow will definitely add a magical touch to an already beautiful day.
You should have your wedding at the same time the flowers are beginning to bloom. With perfect weather and beautiful scenery, it's a great season to have your wedding in. Just remember to have a back up plan just in case you get hit with those spring showers!
What better season to have your wedding in than summer? You'll have a sunny ceremony and if you choose to party until late, you can enjoy the balmy summer evening.