Get patriotic and combine your wedding with your 4th of July celebrations.
Long days with lots of sunlight make for great wedding photos.
Can be extremely hot in some states.
Heat can wilt outdoor blooms or melt your makeup.
A very popular month for weddings—booking vendors and venues may be difficult or expensive.
Your guests may have vacations booked—make sure you get your invites out early!
Summer is in full swing. If the temperature isn’t too hot in your area, what better way to celebrate than with an outdoor wedding?
If you’re opting for an outdoor wedding, keep your guests cool with boozy popsicles , shady umbrellas, or paper fans . Cute customized sunglasses also make a great photo op and party favor! Dress up your space with some whimsical twinkle lights, interspersed with citronella lanterns to keep mosquitos and other irksome summer pests away.
A nautical theme is a great way to pay a subtle nod to the themes and colors of high summer. If a full-on sailboat or seaside motif doesn’t appeal to you, add some nautical charm by using rope to accent your vases, and opt for sea-worthy colors like navy and a nice, clean white.
Patterned bridesmaid dresses are also very trendy this year, and are the perfect way to add some cheer to a summer wedding.
Take advantage of summer sunshine by incorporating rich, energetic colors into your decor.
Navy blue: Dark blue is both rich and neutral, making it the perfect base shade for a July wedding. Pair it with coral pink , bright orange , or yellow, or create a beachy monochrome palette using different shades of blue .