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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Most Popular Months for Weddings in Arizona!

According to The Knot’s Real Wedding Survey, June is the most popular month for weddings. For the rest of the country, outdoor weddings during summer months are extremely popular.

While The Knot unveils their “2013 Real Weddings Survey” captures detailed feedback on wedding budget, style preferences, event characteristics and other key information related to the bridal demographic, Arizona is clearly an exception to the June wedding stat.

WEDAZPopularMonthsWhy? Arizona is blessed with amazing weather!

When out-of-state visitors come to Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale or Tempe, they discover that our weather is good enough to “come back here to get married.”

Unlike parts of the United States in the Midwest and East, Arizona has two wedding seasons. When everyone there is having June weddings, I usually take some time off in June or July because most of my weddings are outdoors and those months are when things begin to heat up here in the desert. It’s summer and it’s the desert, however, when you plan your wedding for the warm early evening rather than the blaring mid-afternoon, the temperature change can make quite the difference. Grassy areas and tents can also make your outdoor wedding much more bearable.

Spring and Fall are prime times. We basically have two wedding seasons: March, April and May, and October, November and December. Weddings occur in other months too, however fewer weddings are scheduled during out hottest months; June, July and August. Most of those weddings are indoors. The greatest percentage of weddings are usually outdoors at resorts, hotels, and some in private home back yards.

A romantic wedding as the Arizona sun sets is an inspiration for you and your guests. Arizona is a very popular spot for destination weddings. It’s summer and it’s the desert, but if you plan your wedding for the warm early evening rather than the blaring mid-afternoon, the temperature change can make quite the difference. Grassy areas and tents can also make the desert sun much more bearable.

The Greater Phoenix area has more than 325 days of annual sunshine with an average high temperature of 86 degrees and an average low of 57 degrees. With only 7.66 to 8.32 inches of rain per year, our area offers an ideal setting for outdoor weddings.

How to apply for a Marriage License in Arizona. Click here.

If you are planing a wedding in Arizona or in the Greater Phoenix area, you may want to consider reading the Bonus Articles listed below which contains most of the information you will need to plan an Arizona wedding.

Here’s wishing you blue skies and magnificent desert sunsets!

(Shameless Promotion 😉 ~ AND if you want an award winning, customized, “romantic” wedding ceremony with some refreshing words that will capture the attention of your guests; one that is truly different from the ordinary, traditional wedding ceremony, please give me a call (480-205-3694) for full details. Your wedding is your very romantic day! We want to help you create a day uniquely your own and make it a memorable event. For local and destination weddings, I am happy to help your wedding be as stress-free as possible by referring you to quality and dependable photographers, wedding entertainers/DJs, venues and more. Hundreds of articles, ideas, etc., about weddings on my Wedding Blog: http://CelebrateIntimateWeddings.wordpress.com and Wedding Website: http://www.CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com.)

BONUS Articles: Save $$$s With an Off-Season Wedding in the Arizona Desert
Destination Wedding: Arizona…
Getting Married in Arizona? Here’s the Latest Scoop!
Will You Have Out-of-town Guests?
A Wedding Map! A Helpful Idea for Your Guests!

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Copyright © 2014 – Larry James. This information is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website and Wedding Blog. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 475 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (90 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Save $$$s With an Off-Season Wedding in the Arizona Desert

In Sunny Arizona we have two wedding seasons. While brides and grooms in the mid-west and the east tend to plan their weddings in June, wedding vendors in the Greater Phoenix area are busiest in March, April and May and again in October, November and December. Why? Because the temperatures in June through September – our off-season – in the desert can melt the Unity Candles and be quite uncomfortable.

There is a big however… Some of the finest Arizona resorts and reception facilities have greater availability during our off-season. Wedding professionals estimate brides and grooms on tight budgets can often save several thousand dollars, depending on the size of your wedding and the day they choose.

CasualDressCodeOn off days, like weekdays and Sundays can save you even more. The exception is Fridays, out second busiest day for weddings. Most brides and groom still choose Saturday as the busiest day for weddings.

For brides who aren’t put off by a little bit of extra heat and humidity, summertime is the perfect season for a beautiful wedding. Besides it’s a dry heat! 😉 And to be honest… it’s still hot. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! Remember to provide multiple ice cold water stations spiked with citrus slices to keep your guest hydrated. By the way, beer and wine don’t count toward keeping you hydrated. Nonalcoholic drinks are a wise choice.

Ask your wedding consultant to keep a special eye on itty-bitty people and elderly people; these groups are more apt to become quickly dehydrated. Rent a gelato cart, snow cone machine or set up an ice cream bar at the reception.

Consider printing your program on hand fans that ushers give to everyone as they are seated. The ladies will appreciate having the extra breeze during the ceremony to keep their makeup in place. Provide small spray bottles filled with cool water that the guests can use to spritz themselves. Out-of-town guests appreciate summer weddings because their kids are out of school and bosses are sometimes more lenient with vacation time.

Using a little strategy can often save you money. Food and labor cost are pretty much remain the same, but in June through September there are often some incredible savings on room rates for your out-of-town guests.

Push the ceremony back so it’s as late in the evening as possible. The hottest part of the day is around 3 and 4 o’clock, so how about planning an evening wedding. Near sunset or after dark works best. That’s when the sun will be well past its peak damage potential. Contact a lighting company to provide special lighting for a romantic glow.

Consider a “dress casual” wedding by lightening up the dress code even if you choose an indoor venue. Address wardrobe options via an invitation insert, e.g., “Stiflingly hot jackets and ties forbidden!” or “Lightweight clothing advised.” Any time earlier than sunset and you can count on higher temperatures. Consider relaxing the wardrobe requirements especially for your groomsmen. Light-colored dresses and slacks for the guys will help them stay cool. Light, breathable fabrics can save the day. If you must have tuxedoes have the guys dress moments before the wedding.

What about photos after dark? The bride and groom could do a “First Look” and do most of your wedding photos before the wedding instead of after. Photos in direct sunlight are never quite as good. Follow your photographer’s advice.

Ask your florist to suggest flowers that will not wilt as quickly. Avoid white flowers with white blossoms as the tend to lose their appeal as they lose their moisture.

Guests tend to eat less when it’s hot, so ask your caterer to make suggestions. Beat the heat with a themed reception. South-of-the-border food is very popular in the Arizona desert. OR brighten up your menu with tropical fruit, which can be served fresh, in sorbets or even as a glaze for the main dish. Cold salads are another great idea.

The shade is your friend. Canopies or tents can be rented and installed cheaply and easily. Check prices on outdoor fans. It’s money well spent. And as an after-thought… you could have your wedding indoors although most of my weddings love the outdoors because the Arizona scenery provides such great photo opts.

Summer weddings in Arizona can save you money and a lot of fun.

BONUS Articles: How To Make Your Summer Wedding Cool
Arizona Sunsets
Getting Married in Arizona? Here’s the Latest Scoop!
Destination Wedding: Arizona…

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Copyright © 2014 – Larry James. This information is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website and Wedding Blog. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 475 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (90 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

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Monday, November 18, 2013

Romantic Arizona Sunsets

A romantic wedding as the Arizona sun sets is an inspiration for you and your guests. Here you will find approximate dates & times of Arizona sunsets, plus a link that will tell you accurate sunset times for any American city. Also, you will find average temperatures for different times of the month and links to get the latest weather forecast and estimated sunsets no matter where you live in the U.S. and the world. Includes weather data regarding rainfall, driest cities, sunniest cities, etc.

In the Greater Phoenix area I have listed 52 weeks of approximate sunset times for each week in the month. It is wise to plan for approximately 1 hour of sunlight after the actual sunset time. If you will be taking pictures “after” the wedding ceremony, you may want to begin the ceremony about an hour before sunset.AZSunsets

What Time Should Your Wedding Ceremony Begin?

Example: If the sunset is at 5:30 p.m. most photographers recommend that you begin the wedding ceremony (usually under 30 minutes) at 4 p.m., but no later than 4:30 p.m. Some couple are choosing to to what we call “First Look,” then taking more photos before the wedding. The bride and groom usually miss out on the cocktail hour because they are taking photos.

More and more are choosing to take more photos “before” the wedding so they won’t have to take so many “after” the wedding. This gives those who choose to take in the cocktail hour with their friends a chance to do so after the wedding. They can still get the official introduction of the bride and groom and the wedding party at the reception.

Remember, all dates and times above are approximate. For a more accurate sunset schedule for each day of each month for any year and any city in the USA, click here and complete the information in “Form A – Cities or Towns in the U.S.”

The Greater Phoenix area has more than 325 days of annual sunshine with an average high temperature of 86 degrees and an average low of 57 degrees. With only 7.66 to 8.32 inches of rain per year, our area offers an ideal setting for outdoor weddings. We basically have two wedding seasons: March, April and May and October, November and December. Wedding occur in other months to, however fewer weddings are scheduled during out hottest months; June, July & August. Most of those weddings are indoors. The greatest percentage of weddings are usually outdoors.

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Planning a “Destination Wedding” in the Phoenix area?

Here are some interesting United States weather facts and extremes that include the Greater Phoenix area! The National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) is the world’s largest active archive of weather data. NCDC produces numerous climate publications.

10 Driest Cities – Average annual precipitation in inches
1. Yuma, Arizona 2.65
2. Las Vegas, Nevada 4.19
3. Bishop, California 5.61
4. Bakersfield, California 5.72
5. Phoenix, Arizona 7.11
6. Alamosa, Colorado 7.13
7. Reno, California 7.49
8. Winslow, Arizona 7.64
9. El Paso, Texas 7.82
10. Winnemucca, Nevada 7.82

10 Sunniest Cities – Annual percent of possible sunshine
1. Yuma, Arizona 90%
2. Las Vegas, Nevada 85%
3. Phoenix, Arizona 85%
4. Tucson, Arizona 85%
sunset5. El Paso, Texas 83%
6. Flagstaff, Arizona 79%
7. Fresno, California 79%
8. Reno, Nevada 79%
9. Sacramento, California 78%
10. Albuquerque, N.M. 76%

10 Least Humid Cities – Average relative humidity in %
1. Las Vegas, Nevada 30.5
2. Phoenix, Arizona 37.0
3. Yuma, Arizona 38.0
4. Tucson, Arizona 39.0
5. El Paso, Texas 42.5
6. Albuquerque, New Mexico 44.5
7. Winslow, Arizona 46.0
8. Grand Junction, Colorado 48.0
9. Winnemucca, Nevada 48.5
10. Reno, Nevada 50.5

10 Least Rainiest Cities – Number of days per year with rain
1. Yuma, Arizona 17
2. Las Vegas, Nevada 26
3. Bishop, California 29
4. Santa Barbara, California 30
5. Long Beach, California 32
6. Los Angeles, California 35
7. Great Falls, Montana 35
8. Phoenix, Arizona 36
9. Bakersfield, California 37
10. San Diego, California 42

BONUS Articles: Destination Wedding: Arizona…
Getting Married in Arizona? Here’s the Latest Scoop!

Copyright © 2013 – Larry James. This idea is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website. Larry James is a non-denominational minister and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or 800-725-9223. You will find more than 475 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (90 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Check Larry’s availability.

Subscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com

NOTE: All articles, “LoveNotes” and wedding tips listed in this Wedding BLOG – written by Larry James – are available for reprint in magazines, periodicals, newsletters, newspapers, eZINEs, on the Internet or on your own Website. Click here for details.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Destination Wedding: Arizona…

Unlike parts of the United States in the Midwest and the Eastern United States, Arizona has two wedding seasons. When everyone there is having June weddings, I usually take some time off in June or July because most of my weddings are outdoors and those months are when things begin to heat up in the Greater Phoenix area.

JerryFergusonPhotographyThe busiest months for weddings in Arizona are March, April and May and again in October, November and even December. If you will be planning a destination wedding in Arizona the best time for your wedding will be in one of these six months. They are the busiest months for weddings in Arizona because the weather is so accommodating.

Arizona’s low wedding season is June, July & August because of the heat. That’s when most wedding are indoors. Keep hydrated. Drink lots of water. Everyone knows water helps keep you cool. Give guests ice-cold bottles of water as they are seated.

Probably the most confusing and often debated weather event in Arizona is our so called “monsoon”. During the wet monsoon (July, August and September) we get 32% of our normal yearly rainfall. Average monsoon rainfall (July, Aug. and Sept.) is 2.45 inches. The Greater Phoenix area has more than 325 days of annual sunshine with an average high temperature of 86 degrees and an average low of 57 degrees. With only 7.66 to 8.32 inches of rain per year, our area offers an ideal setting for romantic outdoor weddings.

Arizona winters (December & January) may require heating for an outdoor evening wedding and cooling is a must if your wedding day falls in the warmth of summer (June, July & August). Yes, those months are the hottest, but fortunately it really is also a dry heat. The humidity is usually very low.

A romantic wedding as the Arizona sun sets is an inspiration for you and your guests. On the link below you will find approximate dates & times of Arizona sunsets, plus a link that will tell you accurate sunset times for any American city. Also, you will find average temperatures for different times of the month and links to get the latest weather forecast and estimated sunsets no matter where you live in the U.S. and the world. Includes weather data regarding rainfall, driest cities, sunniest cities, etc. Click here!

CactusJackHere’s the breakdown. On Average:

• July is the warmest month.
• December is the coolest month.
• March is the wettest month.
• June is the driest month.
• June has the most clear days.
• December has the most cloudy days.

To help with your Arizona Destination Wedding, you may want to pick up a copy of Arizona Bridal Source Magazine. Need someone to help with the planning of your wedding in the Greater Phoenix area, call Kim Horn, MBC™ (Master Bridal Consultant – 1 of 59 in the world!). Kim get’s 5 stars from Larry James!

And… of course, if you are looking for an experienced full-time, professional Wedding Officiant to perform your wedding ceremony, call Larry James. 😉

BONUS Article: The Pros and Cons of Destination Weddings

Photo Credit: Top left, Jerry Ferguson Photography

Copyright © 2013 – Larry James. Larry James is an award winning, non-denominational wedding officiant and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: 480-998-9411 or Cell: 480-205-3694. Pre-maritial relationship coaching is available and not required. You will find more than 475 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (90 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Something NEW about weddings is posted every 4th day on this Wedding BLOG. Check Larry’s availability.

Subscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Getting Married in Arizona? Here’s the Latest Scoop!

Getting married in Arizona? It’s not called the “Valley of the Sun” for nothing. However, you rarely will find yourself freaking out about the weather in Arizona. Outdoor weddings are romantic and beautiful.

The ideal weather encourages lots of couples to plan a destination wedding in the Greater Phoenix area. Most wedding vendors are experienced in handling all the details of your wedding by telephone and e-mail. For a stress-free destination wedding hire a wedding consultant. Do that and you can sit back, relax and enjoy your wedding.

parasolKeep hydrated. Drink lots of water. Everyone knows water helps keep you cool. Give guests ice-cold bottles of water as they are seated.

Block the sun’s rays and look cute doing it with colorful parasols! Not only are they a super cute keepsake for you and your wedding party, but they also serve as a useful accessory. For another splash of color and to keep the air flowing, purchase some colorful fans! You can find them in a variety of solid colors or with designs. They are inexpensive and make a great wedding favor for an outdoor summer affair. Beat the Arizona heat and look good doing it!

“Summer can be hot. (Especially in Arizona). But don’t let the naysayers get you down. If you know there’s a decent chance it will be especially hot on your wedding day, make plans to avert any weather-related disasters. Avoid wilting blooms in the bouquets and boutonnieres by asking your florist to steer you toward hardier blooms, like orchids and lilies. Consider water-submerged centerpieces featuring Mokara orchids. Because the flowers are completely under water, they’ll keep cool all night long. And as for your wedding cake, get fondant instead of buttercream to avoid a melting mess. If you’re set on the rich taste of buttercream, display the cake during your cocktail hour and then have the cake cutting at the beginning of your reception.” ~ The Knot

Given the right weather conditions and location, an outdoor wedding can be as romantic as it is beautiful. It may seem like a no-brainer, but sunscreen is a must. Remember to apply it before you put on your makeup (for the rehearsal and the wedding).

Can you take the wedding inside? Make sure you have accommodations available, such as a tent or indoor facility, for possible inclement weather. Always have a “plan B.” With only 7.66 to 8.32 inches of rain per year, our area offers an ideal setting for outdoor weddings. The Greater Phoenix area has more than 325 days of annual sunshine.

If the forecast is for rain the weekend of your wedding, a good alternative is to have a brief rehearsal inside – just in case. The ideal outdoor wedding location has an indoor location waiting just in case. Many brides and grooms opt to have their ceremony outside and reception inside.

Probably the most confusing and often debated weather event in Arizona is our so called “monsoon”. During the wet monsoon (July, August and September) we get 32% of our normal yearly rainfall. Average monsoon rainfall (July, Aug. and Sept.) is 2.45 inches.

Finding the best place to hold a wedding ceremony in Arizona can take time because many top wedding venues and wedding locations book up months or years in advance. The near ideal weather in Arizona allows for many outdoor wedding venue options. Country clubs, resorts, golf clubs and private gathering spots are abundant in Arizona. If you want to get out of the sun, you can choose hotel, convention center or other large scale wedding facilities.

I am happy to share my “Preferred Wedding Venues” list as my way of assisting you in selecting the perfect venue for your wedding. It has been my experience that the staff of these venues are easy to work with and will do everything they can to make your special day memorable. For a list of “Preferred Venues” click here.

AZquarterCheck my handy “Arizona Sunsets” page. I have listed 52 weeks of approximate sunset times for Saturday plus average temperatures for Greater Phoenix Area.

It is wise to plan for approximately 25 to 30 minutes of sunlight after the actual sunset time. If you will be taking any pictures “after” the wedding ceremony, you may want to begin the ceremony about an hour before sunset.

Unlike parts of the United States in the Midwest and East, Arizona has two wedding seasons. When everyone there is having June weddings, I usually take some time off in June or July because most of my weddings are outdoors and those months are when things begin to heat up here. The busiest months for weddings in Arizona are March, April and May and October, November and December.

In the desert, we do December differently. The winter grass is growing, the palms swaying are in the breeze. We decorate our houses and the cacti in our desert yards with chile pepper lights while wearing our t-shirts and shorts. We also drive around town looking at the Christmas lights in our convertibles with the top down.

Arizona winters (December & January) may require heating for an outdoor evening wedding and cooling is a must if your wedding day falls in the heat of summer (June, July & August). Yes, those months are the hottest, but fortunately it really is also a dry heat. The humidity is usually very low.

AZsunsetHere’s the breakdown. On Average:

• July is the warmest month.
• December is the coolest month.
• March is the wettest month.
• June is the driest month.
• June has the most clear days.
• December has the most cloudy days.

Records:

• The highest recorded temperature was 122°F in June of 1990.
• The lowest recorded temperature was 16°F in January of 1913.

BONUS Articles: Where to Get Your Marriage License in Arizona
Romantic Arizona Sunsets
Destination Wedding: Arizona…
The Pros and Cons of Destination Weddings
The Blending of the Sands Ceremony

For a brief audio weather report on current conditions in the Greater Phoenix area, go to:

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Copyright © 2009 – Larry James. This information is adapted from Larry’s Wedding Website and Wedding Blog. Larry James is an award winning, non-denominational wedding officiant and performs the most “Romantic” wedding ceremony you will find anywhere! Every wedding ceremony is customized to your complete satisfaction. Call to check availability: Cell: 480-205-3694. Pre-maritial relationship coaching is available and not required. You will find more than 475 pages of Wedding ideas, tips (90 tips and growing), ceremonies, and more at: http://www.celebrateintimateweddings.com. Something NEW about weddings is posted every 4th day on this Wedding BLOG. Check Larry’s availability.

the-archives2Click for Archives! ~ commentSubscribe to Larry’s FREE monthly “LoveNotes for Lovers” eZINE. Contact: CelebrateLove.com, P.O. Box 12695, Scottsdale, AZ 85267-2695. – CelebrateLove.com and CelebrateIntimateWeddings.com

NOTE: All articles, “LoveNotes” and wedding tips listed in this Wedding BLOG – written by Larry James – are available for reprint in magazines, periodicals, newsletters, newspapers, eZINEs, on the Internet or on your own Website. Click here for details.

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