Why Summer Weddings are a Must in Pearland!
Here in Pearland, TX, during the months of June - September, the summer weather is long, hot, and constant. It is the perfect time of the year to have that colorful summer wedding you always dreamed of! You can go with soft pastel bridesmaid dresses, to neon colors that pop, from flower crowns, to outdoor music, the endless options don’t stop. Weather is dreamy, and the sunsets are soft and present, for those outdoor ceremony wedding photos, it can’t get any better. From whimsical flowers to a beer and barbecue, your summer wedding at County Line Event Center will inspire others.
Gift: $1,000 Discount towards 100 person packages.
What do I need to do? Book your wedding date between June - September 2019 & 2020
Summer Wedding Ideas
1. Provide heat relief
No matter how much you love the sun, your guests will appreciate a few ways to escape the heat. Make sure an outdoor venue offers some form of shade or air-conditioning. Prevent guests from overheating during the ceremony and have an usher pass out small ice-cold hand towels across the rows before it starts.
2. Use save-the-dates
Summer is prime vacation time, especially when it comes to families with school-age kids. Send an announcement in advance so everyone can mark your wedding on their calendars early and plan accordingly.
3. Don't begin your outdoor wedding midday
With the sun at its strongest, sweltering guests won't be in the mood to party. Shoot for a late afternoon or early evening start time. The ideal plan: Schedule dinner for sunset (provided the sun isn't setting too late on your date), then work the rest of the event around that timing. This way you'll also guarantee the ideal lighting for photos.
4. Wear cool, breathable attire
You should feel comfortable and confident—not stifling and sticky. For brides, choose a wedding dress made of light fabric that breathes, such as silk. You could also opt for a shorter skirt if you're feeling modern and adventurous. Grooms will look dapper in a fair-toned suit (think: light gray or beige), a crisp linen suit or, for the ultimate beach-casual look, khakis and a button-down.
5. Bring sun and bug protection
Prior to getting dressed, the couple and attendants should apply sunscreen to any exposed skin. Consider wearing a moisturizer and foundation or powder that contains SPF. In the bathrooms, include a basket with sunblock as well as bug spray.
Reference: The knot