September Weddings

September Weddings is the last in this series of looking at each month and the reasons why you might consider getting married then.

Couples holding September Weddings don’t have to worry about Bank Holidays or school holidays (well the schools normally go back in the first week of September) and the weather can be good … but as I usually say, this is England and we can’t take anything for granted.  Here’s the headlines from myweather2 …

Temperature ~ September daytime temperatures will generally reach highs of around 19°C (67°F). At night the average minimum temperature drops down to around 11°C (51°F). In recent times the highest recorded temperature in September has been 29°C (84°F), with the lowest recorded temperature 0°C (32°F).

Rain ~ The average monthly amount of precipitation has been recorded at around 50 mm, that’s 2 inches. Throughout the month you can expect to see rain or drizzle falling on 14 days of the month.

Sunshine ~ for September expect the sun to shine for an average of 7 hours per day. This represents the average number of hours in the daytime that the sun is visible and not obscured by cloud e.g. the average number of hours the sun is actually out and shining.

For the full report from for the Hampshire/New Forest weather in September PLEASE CLICK HERE

September is the month when Summer turns into Autumn, you could get a beautiful day but you may not. Looking at these pictures of weddings I’ve been part of I can remember some when the days before and after were totally different from the wedding day.

The September Weddings featured in these photos were held at The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth CLICK HERE, Durlston Castle Swanage CLICK HERE, The Beaulieu Hotel CLICK HERE and Winchester Guildhall CLICK HERE.

So what is the best month to get married – stay tune for a couple more posts on the topic 😉

If you have any questions or would like a free, no-obligation chat about planning an amazing wedding please drop me a line.

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