Weather Factors in Florida: Wedding Planning


Well, South Florida’s weather is crazy, unpredictable!

Having a wedding outdoor could be an amazing idea, why? If you like to be in connection with nature, if you are planning a rustic themed wedding or if you are simply tired of the “typical” wedding, an outdoor wedding is a great idea!

However, there are few factors you should keep in mind:

1. Hurricane Season: The peak of the hurricane season in Florida is from August to October. You don’t want a hurricane to ruin your wedding day, right?

2. Rainy Season: The peak of the rainy season in our region is from June to September.

3. Hottest Months: The hottest months in Florida are June, July and August. Trust me when I tell you this: When is hot in Florida, it’s HOT! It might sound nasty, but if you take a shower right now, then you go outside, you will be sweating in 5 minutes without any physical activity.

In conclusion, the months not recommend for an outdoor wedding are: JUNE, JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER.

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Jewish Wedding Planning in Florida


In Florida, there are plenty of places where you can start planning, from a Jewish Temple to a beach, any of these places could be perfect for your upcoming wedding day. In our state, beach weddings are very popular. How about a Chuppah at the beach? It will be a great idea, but if you want to go the traditional way, we will help with it.


When planning a wedding, keep in mind few of the Jewish traditions. Check out this article: Jewish Wedding Traditions.

– Signing of the marriage contract

– Bridal canopy or Chuppah

– Covering of the bride

– Encircling the groom

– Betrothal, the ring

– Seven Blessings

– Breaking the glass

– Yichud

– Birkat hamazon and sheva brakhot


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5 Budget Tips When Planning a Wedding in South Florida



First, as a bride you need to learn this word if you want to save some money: “DYI” which stands for “Do It Yourself”. Impossible to save money without learning this word!


Usually South Florida’s weather is very nice depending on the season. Do a little research on some outdoor venue during the day.

Formula: Outdoor = less $$$ + Daytime = less $$$


If you are renting chairs for your wedding ceremony, if possible use those same chairs for your reception. It will save the money of having to rent them for both venues.


There many formats online for your Wedding Invitations. From Google Images or from any other website where you can purchase images, get a wedding invitation template, then edit it with own information on “Paint” (a program used to edit images installed in most computer already), save it. Go to Office Depot or any other place similar to this one and tell them to print it for you. Try to print most of the invitations on one page, it usually fits 4 or 2 depending on the size you want. Buy your own envelopes and that is it.


South Florida is one of the most popular states when it comes to weddings, so you need to be strategic on which day and time your choosing to get married. I mentioned it before, weddings during the day are usually cheaper. Weddings on a Saturday are more expensive, Fridays are more affordable and Thursdays even more.


Simple, most venues offer better prices when it is a Buffet Style Reception. Why? Less man-power! In a Sit Down Dinner you need at least 7 servers or more, while in a Buffet you only need around 3 of them.

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Best month for a wedding in South Florida?


As you know, compared to other states, Florida is a very “lucky” state. While in most of the states summer is the highest season for a wedding. In Florida, any month could be good for your wedding. But which month is the best? FEBRUARY!

Why February? Easy! There are 3 main reasons:

1. Rainfall: Florida is a crazy state when it comes to weather. Yes! Right now it might be sunny, 30 minutes later is raining. Just like that. February has the lowest rainfall percentage during the year.

2. Temperature: Florida is known by its nice and warm temperatures, but keep in mind this. When in Florida is hot, It is very hot, humid and uncomfortable. When does this happen? 9 months of year out of 12. February has a very nice and mild temperature average: 77- High – 61- Low.

3. Money: High season for events in Florida is between September to December, so February is not the highest, that means better prices when booking your ceremony and reception site.


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Best South Florida Beach For A Wedding Ceremony


There are many place in South Florida where you can have your wedding ceremony. Some of them have different prices, fees and restrictions. However, South Florida is one of the best places in the nation to have your wedding ceremony.

I have been a Wedding Decorator / Planner for few years already and I am here to help you find the best place and better prices. Therefore, there are 2 places I would recommend for your Wedding Ceremony:

 John U. Lloyd State Park, Dania Beach, FL & Oleta State Park, North Miami, FL

  – Beautiful beach. Amazing views.

  – Affordable, no hidden fees.

  – Huge parking lots.

  – Quite, not crowded.

  – Restrictions: It is required to have a park ranger, no signs allowed, no balloons, no music on high volume, cannot hang decorations from trees.

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Beach Wedding in South Florida Part 1

One of the most popular themes for a wedding in South Florida, yes! It’s a Beach Wedding. Why? 

There are few reasons why. One of the reasons, it’s because they are very affordable compared to some other themes. At the beach, pretty much what need is chairs, a chuppah or an arch, the groom and the bride. Depending on what you want, this might cost you around $500 to $700. Good prices, trust me! The Wedding Industry is an expensive one. 

Another reason why, it’s because of the connection with nature on your wedding day. The beach, white sands, palm trees, ect. It also gives a very casual, rustic, tropical, not-formal touch to your wedding – I personally dislike those weddings where you can not even move because you feel like you’re doing something wrong, they are so formal you feel trapped in it! DISLIKE!

The last reason, you can add own personal touch. While getting married in a venue, church, temple or anywhere similar to it might be significant and traditional, sometimes you are unable to add your personal touch to it. Having a Beach Wedding might be the way to go when you want to DIY, which saves you a lot of money and to show personal style.

Coming soon our Second Part of Beach Wedding in South Florida – what to do and what not to do.

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