By Paul Pannone
An ongoing eWedNewz story and POLL involving the busiest wedding month is so-far inconclusive. With no hard numbers or results to support any month as being the busiest, process of elimination could at least zero in on the top three.
So far the winter months of December, January and February are not the best months for weddings. Nor are the hottest summer months in July and August. March, April, May and June are favorites, no surprise. October stands out in the poll and appeared in other places, including The Knot, where discussions a few years back also pointed to the fall month gaining in popularity.
On the story, the more we dig, the more opinions we find. According to Brides magazine;
“In 2012, experts say the best months to wed are February, June, and July.”
Maybe there isn’t an answer; maybe people can choose whatever month they like for whatever reason they come up with to marry.
“Historically, there have been more wedding during the second half of the year than during the first for more than 35 years. While these are the best numbers available, they exclude US citizens who marry at locations in foreign countries. Since destination weddings represent nearly one-third of all American marriages — and since Mexico is among the leading destination wedding destinations, I’m not certain how it’s possible to develop a reasonable assumption about the number of weddings in the USA,” says Jim Duhe of Bridal Guide.
Duhe didn’t offer his opinion of the most active wedding month, nor does Bridal Guide usually share all of their survey findings to the public.
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