Getting married in an off-peak season like July or August can be a great way to save money on your wedding. Peak wedding season typically falls between late spring and early fall, with the most popular months being June and September. However, in the Shenandoah Valley, the prime outdoor wedding seasons are spring and fall, not summer. This means that if you choose to get married during the summer months of July or August, you may be able to take advantage of lower prices due to fewer couples getting married at this time.
When considering an off-peak date for your wedding, it’s important to remember that there will be less competition for top vendors available on your chosen date. Additionally, more people may be willing to take a few days off work during the summer vacation season.
Finally, if you have a larger number of out-of-town guests, their travel costs may also be lower during an off-peak month as flights and hotels tend to be cheaper.
Overall, getting married in an off-peak season like July or August can help you save money on your wedding without sacrificing your dream day!