When is Wedding Season in Texas?
Seasonal planning advice from Grand Lady Austin, a modern outdoor wedding venue
If you’re planning on getting hitched in Texas, you might be wondering when the best time of year is to tie the knot. While the state’s warm climate makes outdoor weddings possible year-round, there are a few key factors to consider when deciding when to hold your ceremony.
Traditionally, wedding season in Texas falls between late spring and early fall. This is because the weather during these months is generally warm and sunny, which makes for beautiful outdoor ceremonies and receptions. For milder weather, you might consider holding your wedding in the spring or fall. These seasons bring cooler temperatures and lower humidity, which can be more comfortable for outdoor events.
The spring months bring a burst of color to the Texas landscape, as wildflowers and other flora begin to bloom. This can make for stunning backdrops for wedding photos and add a touch of natural beauty to your ceremony.