When it comes to popular wedding months, late spring and early summer top the list! As a Temecula wedding photographer, summer dates are always booked the quickest (which is why if you're planning a summer wedding, you want to book your wedding team ASAP!).
However, one time of year that doesn't get as much love is late fall! The photograph above, taken at Wiens Family Cellars, was from an early November wedding. Summers in Temecula are HOT - in fact, I recommend couples entirely avoid the month of August as temperatures regularly exceed 100 degrees! You can see from the photo above, while the grapes have at this time been harvested, there's still plenty of beautiful greenery on the vines!
Late fall weddings tend to be less popular and you're more likely to have your pick of dates. Temecula weather is still very beautiful this time of the year and plenty comfortable for outdoor weddings!
One very important aspect you'll want to consider with a late fall wedding is the sunset. After the time change, which typically takes place in early November, sunset time is around 4:45 PM. I highly recommend a first look for weddings this time of year as your ceremony will likely be taking place close to sunset, which means less daylight available for your wedding party, family, and couple portraits. Below is a link for more info on having a first look!
Pros and Cons to a Wedding Day First Look
If you're looking for more info on getting married in Temecula area, check out the links below!
How to Get Married in Temecula
Temecula Estate Wedding
Temecula Engagement Photo Locations
Temecula Wedding Venues
Winter White Barn Wedding