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The term wedding season generally refers to the months from late spring to early fall when the weather is beautiful and most engaged couples choose to get married. In most parts of the country, the deep winter months - January, February and March - are the least popular for weddings, while June, August, September and October are the most popular. However, each region's climate determines wedding seasonality: summer months in the Midwest, South, and Southwest are off-peak and more economical because fewer people want to deal with scorching temperatures and humidity.

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This means that if you are planning a wedding between May and October, you can expect vendors to charge more and to be booked quickly. February and December are also in-demand months to tie the knot due to Valentine’s Day and Christmas. Therefore, the cheapest months for your wedding would be January, March, April and November.

Sources: the knot | brides | BrideBox