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    Default Best time of the year to get married.

    Ok so some of you may already know I am no engaged!

    I am completely confused about the best time of year to get married or the best dates of year to get married.....

    Can some one PLEASE give me some tips..

    When did you get married etc???

    TIA

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    we get married next Feb best time is summer or spring cheaper time winter
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    Summer Wedding ~ December 13th 2003

    I think Spring/Autumn would be great for wedding, so many colors. As far as weather stability if you want to do outdoors stuff early Autumn is supposed to be the best time.
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    We got married in February and it was perfect temperature wise. Not so great in terms of rain or afternoon storms here in Qld but given we were in the middle of a drought I wasn't too worried. It rained for days before our wedding but other than a couple of spots while we were having our photos, it was beautiful weather.
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    I'm in Perth and got married in mid March. It was such a beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky, but wasn't too hot either
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    I got married in July because I prefer the winter months. Turned out that it didn't even rain on our wedding day, it was a perfect clear day!
    Also, you'll probably find that pricing is cheaper in the winter months because most weddings happen in summer, so you can get some really good deals on venue hire etc.

    Good luck!
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    I think it really depends on where are are you getting married. That is, the city you are in, not the venue.

    We got married in Canberra during Autumn. Canberra is so beautiful and full of colour at that time of year, and it made our photos full of incredible colours.

    Of course, if we had been in Tasmania then Autumn might have been a bit cool. Same with a summer wedding in Qld or Perth, the temperature is likely to be too uncomfortable.

    Also think about where you might have photos taken and look at the area at different times of the year - you'll be amazed at how different the same park can look.


 

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