Updated: Feb 21
Recently engaged and trying to nail down that wedding date? It can be a difficult decision. Here's some things to think about when you are trying to decide your wedding date.
Do you prefer the heat, warmth or do you love the cold? Depending on your answer to this, it can tell you a lot about the best month for you to get married. Typically in the Omaha/Lincoln area June-August are going to be your hottest months, April, October and November will be cooler and December, January and February will be the coldest.
If you aren't one who cares much about the month you get married in and you're wanting to save some money, many wedding venues will offer off-season pricing December-March.
Consider Travel for Out of Town Guests
Do you have out of town guests traveling for your wedding? Be sure to research flight costs as some times of the year it is much more expensive to fly. If your wedding is in the winter months, consider how road conditions may be for people who are driving.
Your Wedding Colors
There is certainly no rule book to wedding colors. But, sometimes fall colors may look best for fall outside pictures and brighter colors may look better when the trees are bright green. If you want your colors to be cohesive with the season and already have your heart set on certain colors, pick your date around that.
There is no "good" month or "bad" month to get married of course. It's all up to what you and your partner prefer!