Which Season Should You Get Married In?

Planning & Advice

Getting married is a magical thing, no matter when you do it! But there are benefits to each season of the year, flowers that bloom particularly beautifully and weather-dependent activities you can embrace. If you’re not sure when to tie the knot, or you’ve picked a date but you want to include seasonal activities, then this is for you!

A huge thank you to our planning expert, Judi Roche from Balla Florists!



Which season should you get married in?

Each season has something special to offer! Take a look at what we love about each season…


Spring/Summer weddings:

Embrace the outdoors – this is amazing if you picture your ceremony, reception or photos being outdoors. Hello sunny skies and blue grass!

Golden hour – perfect for taking beautiful photos (just ask your photographer!)

Pastel and bright colours – great for spring and summer weddings!

Outdoor ceremony – when the months are a little warmer, you can get married outside. Don’t forget to have a backup plan in case it rains.

Entertainment options – a Prosecco bar, ice-cream cart, s’mores station!

Creative seating – bean bag chairs, picnic blankets – encourage your guests to kick off their shoes and relax outside.

Beach photos – gorgeous for your spring or summer wedding!

Dress like it’s summer – short wedding dresses, casual suits and dresses for the wedding party. Keep it relaxed and cool with hats and fun summer accessories.

Seasonal flowers for Spring – roses, peonies, ranunculus, lisianthus, sweet peas, stocks, tulips and lily of the valley.

Seasonal flowers for Summer – roses, hydrangeas, dahlias, lisianthus, delphiniums, stocks, cosmos, sunflowers, scabiosa, zinnias.


Autumn/Winter weddings:

Blankets to keep guests warm – roll them up, pop them in a basket or on each guest’s chair to keep them cosy.

Mood lighting – candles and fairy lights add to the romantic lighting.

Hot chocolate and coffee – serve your favourite warm drink as a pre- or post-ceremony treat!

Snow confetti – fake it till you make it if it’s not actually snowing!

Wear cosy warm clothes – cosy knit over your dress, fur coverup, big shawl, warm fluffy jacket.

Festive drinks – mulled one! One way to embrace the season and release a festive scent.

Toasting marshmallows – an interactive experience of toasting marshmallows over the fire.

Seasonal flowers for Autumn – roses, ameranthus, delphiniums, clematis, lisianthus, anemones, dahlias, ranunculus, freshias, scabiosa, pampas grass, bunny tails.

Seasonal flowers for Winter – roses, anemones, lisianthus, clematis, origanum, thistle, freshias, veronicas, wax flower, seasonal foliage, berries, pinecones, gypsophila.