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Hi everyone,

 

I'm wondering if June is really rainy in PV because my fiance doesnt want an outside reception because he's paranoid it's gonna be too hot and humid for the guests! i want it outside but he;s not coming to an agreement with me. !! I'm getting married June 28th, is it hot and rainy thenhuh.gif?

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I was married June 8 - and didn't have an issue. Sure, it was hot - but it was June in Mexico ... so, yeah - it's going to be warm. And it is the start of the rainy season - so there could be a chance. I didn't have an issue, but could have. I think it may have rained a little the day after the wedding, but I didn't see anything more.

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Originally Posted by cuata2pink View Post
did any of the guests have a hard time withthe weather during the reception since it was outdoorshuh.gif
I mean, people were sweating on the dance floor, especially since we also had a bon fire! But no one complained - they just went to put their feet in the water I guess, if they were warm. I changed into more of a sundress at some point - but that was mainly because I didn't feel well.

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I got married in late May and I thought it was way too hot. Some of our guests from the east coast did not mind as much because they are used to the heat and humidity but I am from LA and our LA guests were quite uncomfortable (even if they didnt complain). That being said, if you are going all the way to PV to get married, dont get married indoors! Just make the best of whatever comes your way. However, if your date is not set yet, I would seriously consider changing it. Your fiance is correct in thinking about the guests comfort, because you two will be so happy, nothing will bother you:) I also changed into a mini dress for the reception and my husband changed his shirt to a white linen shirt. We had planned this for fun way in advance but on the day of the wedding it was so hot, it was a necessity!!! My husband had sweated through his ceremony shirt and I was so overwhelmingly hot in my wedding gown.

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We married in early June as well and it did not rain once. It was hot and humid but not unbearable. Our our wedding was at 6PM and I think that makes a huge difference. I would strongly advise against an outdoor wedding in the mid-day because it would be on the verge of miserable for you and your guests to sit in the sun.

 

I think most people would expect the heat since it is summer in Mexico like Ann said. All of our pre-wedding info stressed the heat factor and most guests found the heat and humidity to be far less extreme than they thought, maybe because we put such an emphasis on it? June is beautiful in PV, I say go for it!

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Thank you girls I'm actually convincing my fiance to doit outdoors, the reception wont start until around 8 pm since my ceremony is late around 6pm so I'll be getting a late start but now Im glad since it might be cooler for all of us!! I'm thinking of the Sheraton if anyone's intrested to know =-)

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In June the sun sets later so that is perfect, and about the same timeline Ann and I had. A few of our guests stayed at the Sheraton and were very pleased. Happy planning!

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We are getting married early July and are preparing to get a tent just incase it rains. I refuse to travel all the way to PV to get married indoors.

 

I know its hot, however this past summer in L.A. it reached 115 degrees and we dealt with it so, I'm sure we can deal with the heat there.

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