Las Vegas Wedding Tips: How to Pick Your Wedding Date

How-to Pick your Wedding Date

Every year, couples contemplate what date they want to get married on. Now if you are getting married in Las Vegas, there are a few things to keep in mind when picking your wedding date.

Las Vegas is a great place to get married with the average yearly temperature in the 80s and very little rain, there isn’t a ton of bad weather to ruin your big day. Due to this reason, there really isn’t a slow season for tourism in Las Vegas. So when is the best time to get married in Las Vegas? Here are some insider tips to help you pick your Las Vegas wedding date.

January- March & November- December

Looking to get hitched during these winter months? These months fall into the non-peak wedding season in Las Vegas and venues will offer specials on wedding packages. Las Vegas sees a decrease in wedding business during these months due to major holidays, colder weather and higher percentage of rainfall. If you are looking at getting married in January, February & December, look at the Las Vegas Convention calendar to see which dates have sizable conventions. You will want to avoid any dates that correspond with larger conventions, holidays and school breaks since hotels will raise their rates.

April- May & September- October

These 4 months are the most popular months to get married in Las Vegas. Spring and Fall weather is almost flawless and prefect for outdoor weddings. These months are in peak season and you will need book at least 12 months in advance to secure your ideal date (the sooner you book the better). In the spring, hotel rates can be a little higher as a result of to spring breakers coming into town. If you are looking for great weather and decent hotel rates, focus on booking your wedding the Fall. Insider Tip: Double check event and concert calendars for large festivals or events come into town in spring and summer months. Hotel rates tend to sky rocket during events like Rock in Rio, EDC and Nascar.

June- August

Most people tend to take vacation during summer months, and Las Vegas is no exception. Las Vegas sees majority of international and family travel from June-August. Hotel rates tend to be a tad bit cheaper in the summertime to drive tourism during the hot summer months. If you don’t mind the heat, temperatures will peak around 110 degrees during these months. The Las Vegas wedding industry does see a small decline in weddings in the summer due to the hot temperatures, so there is plenty of availability to tie the knot while on vacation.

So, when is the best time to book your Las Vegas wedding? It really comes down to what you are looking for, better weather or more affordable. If you are looking for best weather and don’t mind spending a little more, April- May & September- October are ideal for your wedding. If you are looking for the best deal, book your wedding date during the colder months (January- March & November- December) avoiding dates during conventions or holidays. Summer months of June- August are really great compromise between weather and cost offering good hotel rates and warm summer night ceremonies.

Ready to book your dream Las Vegas wedding? Contact our wedding planners at Chapel of the Flowers for more information on wedding ceremonies, reception packages, and wedding specials. Build your custom wedding package today by reaching them via email at or toll free 1-800-843-2410 (020 3286 5662 UK)

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