Summer and Winter: Relative Terms for Texans

Summer and Winter are relative terms for Texans with Summer lows reaching an easy average of 74 degrees, and winters rarely dropping below 32, you may be able to find the perfect date in the off-season.

Summer Weather in Central Texas

Summer weather can easily be mitigated with misting fans, shade, and plenty of cold drinks. With oaks and sycamores are in full flush, shading guests around the clock and air circulation easily make the summer weddings possible; just lighten the dress code and fill the cooler. 

Longer summer days also make multiple cocktail hours possible, with light lingering till nearly 8:30 guests can enjoy relief from the sun late into the evening. 

Indoor flexibility is always possible, too. Modern Wedding Venues in Austin, like The Grand Lady have the ability to move your vows to the shade or inside if the weather requires. 

Summer Weather Snapshot

MonthAvg HighAvg LowAvg Rainy Days/MonthApprox Sunset
June927258:35 PM
July967438:30 PM
August967438:15 PM

Winter Weather in Central Texas

Winter weather isn’t really that in Texas, both December and February enjoy more than 21 days with temperatures over 60 degrees. Brisk and sunny may be the perfect combination for an outdoor ceremony. 

Winter dates will also allow you the opportunity to shop around and work with your favorite vendors. 

Winter Weather Snapshot

MonthAvg HighAvg LowAvg Rainy Days/MonthApprox Sunset
December634355:35 PM
January614155:55 PM
February654546:20 PM

Ultimately, the best time to get married in Texas depends on your personal preferences, as well as the specific details of your wedding. Modern wedding venues in Texas have prepared to host events outdoors and indoors, year-round.