Any time is the best time to have a St Thomas wedding.
By Deborah McDonald
Well, that is if you don’t have to worry about budgets, guest vacations, school schedules, weather.
To be honest, I love St Thomas and the all of the Virgin Islands but as much as I would like to be a Polly Anna and say all year is great.
That is just not the case.
The average bridal couple generally has two work schedules to contend with along with family and a wedding budget.
Being flexible when scheduling your wedding will go a long way, when date falls within the low season for a St Thomas wedding
That is why it pays to do some research and find out about cruise ship rates, air line rates and hotel rates during different times of the year.
Before setting your wedding date.
While checking remember that the lower rates apply for a reason.
The travel blogs will tell you there are two seasons for the U S Virgin Islands.
- High Season starts December and ends to mid April
- Low Season starts April and runs to end of November.
What they don’t say, the time between April and start of July offer a great time for holding a St Thomas Wedding.
Rates are generally lower, weather is not the tropical heat of summer yet and the threat of hurricanes is less than July through November.
So to sum it up only you know what your circumstances are when planning a St Thomas wedding.
The Middle of low season maybe the only time you can get away, chances are your wedding will go off without any issues.
We , at Beach Weddings by Deb have never had a wedding canceled to date due to weather, or been rained out. Only Mother Nature can determine what your out come will be for your wedding day.
But we can help her along with our flexible scheduling. We only do one wedding a day.
That way if a passing shower holds up the ceremony you won’t be hurried down the aisle in the rain because the next bride is waiting in the taxi.
Rose petal aisle, sun, surf and good friends make for a prefect wedding day