Tuesday, 1 January 2019

     Wedding Season...


    Once you’ve gotten engaged and set your budget, it’s time to think about when and where you’ll be tying the knot. Your venue is a big ticket item, so deciding where to have your wedding will really determine how much money you have left to spend on the rest of the event. As you’re doing your research, you might be asking yourself whether choosing a different month might help bring that cost down—when is "wedding season," anyways?—and it’s a good thought! Our experts are here to fill you in on whether certain times of year are cheaper, venue-wise, than others.
Wedding venues definitely have a peak wedding season and low season. In general, wedding season months begin in late spring and continue through early fall and are therefore the most expensive, with weddings peaking in June and September. Winter, on the other hand, is often much cheaper—unless it’s December, when you’ll find yourself competing with company holiday parties and other non-wedding events for those much-desired dates.
Of course, the region where your venue is located will have a huge impact on when the prices rise and fall.
                                                       Forever Togetherness......