Executing customized weddings and events throughout Dallas Metroplex.

How to set a date for your wedding?

December 28, 2022

How to set a date for your wedding?

Consider all seasons of the year.

You’re engaged! Congratulations!!!! Now all the planning and exciting things begin. we get it, it can be a little bit overwhelming, so we are here to help you and give you a few tips to help. So first thing that you need to do is set your date, this will depend on a few factors: such as maybe your anniversary or the date that you met, or maybe it will depends on the weather you want for your big day. Regardless of these factors, we want to help you by giving you some facts about the seasons of the year and how they might affect your wedding. 


Not as busy (not usually considered a peak wedding time).

More weekends available 

Indoor ceremony options are good in case of weather

Less sunlight: ceremony needs to start earlier in the day 

Consider a first look to get photos done before dark. 

Fun Wedding Ideas: Festive colors, Velvet dresses or table

Sunset Jan 1st: 5:32pm



High season

April is a very popular month 

Popular for outdoors ceremonies 

Have a Plan B incase of rain

Sunset April 1st: 7:49pm



Low season 

Consider a short ceremony if you plan to do an outdoor ceremony 

Longer sunlight time

You can decide if you want to do a first look or not, because you have plenty of light during the day for portraits. 

Sunset July 1st: 8:42pm


How to set a date for your wedding?

High and most popular season 

October is the busiest month 

Best chance for nice weather 

Saturdays are usually booked first

Sunset Oct 1st 7:13pm

This is an education blog post about ‘How to set a date for your wedding?’ written by our team! You can meet them here: Wedding Planning Dream Team As always our entire team is here to help guide you on your planning journey. We offer free consultations and are always looking for upcoming blog topics. What has got you stuck, chat with us here: Schedule your Complimentary Call

We are popping champagne in your honor! Cheers you getting you down the aisle!