Day 10 of 14 for 14: Sexy - Timing and Seasons for Getting Married

Style: Sexy - A Hayley Paige stretch satin and organza fit-to-flare bridal gown with an open back and tulle detailing connected by a jeweled brooch and accessorized with a chandellier earring.

Tip - Timing and Seasons for Getting Married

In Florida we actually have 2 wedding seasons.  March – June and end of September – beginning of December is when the weather is usually the nicest.  If you are planning your wedding in these months plan early because they are the busiest! The earlier you plan, the more likely the wedding professionals you want will be available.  For an outdoor ceremony, we recommend starting the ceremony 1.5 hours at minimum before sunset.   Usually outdoor ceremonies start 10 minutes late and are about 15-20 minutes long.  This allows for the cocktail hour to be that hour before sunset, which is the best lighting for pictures.  Especially if it is a wedding on the beach or waterfront, that 10 minutes before and 10 minutes after sunset is that beautiful glowing light we love:-)  In the fall, the first Saturday in November is daylight savings so after that the sun sets about 5:30pm.  In the spring, the first Saturday in March is daylight savings so after that, the sun sets about 7:30pm.  We always develop a timeline with our couples to make sure we are maximizing their time and getting the best lighting for your wedding!  If your ceremony is earlier or sunset is later like 8:30 ish, we plan it so that we can go our during the reception and still get the beautiful lighting!