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#1 Almand2Be

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    Posted 28 September 2008 - 03:10 PM

    Hi Y'all--- Does anyone know when the hottest time of the day is in August? I am getting married in San Jose Catholic Church and I read on someone's post that the church does not have AC. Fr. Juve is really hard to get in touch with, but we are reserved for 12:00 pm b/c I was thinking that might make it better in terms of hotness. If anyone can make any suggestions, that would be awesome. I can change the time if I need, but I am worried the church is going to be really hot and I will be a sweaty mess!!! Any help is super appreciated!
    -Megan

    #2 Dj Mijares

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      Posted 28 September 2008 - 03:21 PM

      Hello Megan,

      I will suggest you get married during the afternoon maybe 6, I think that the hottest hours of the day go from 12 to 4, but maybe inside the church it wont be as hot as outside, you are right the church doesn´t have any AC only fans.

      Good Luck!

      #3 Maura

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      Posted 28 September 2008 - 03:55 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by Almand2Be
      Hi Y'all--- Does anyone know when the hottest time of the day is in August? I am getting married in San Jose Catholic Church and I read on someone's post that the church does not have AC. Fr. Juve is really hard to get in touch with, but we are reserved for 12:00 pm b/c I was thinking that might make it better in terms of hotness. If anyone can make any suggestions, that would be awesome. I can change the time if I need, but I am worried the church is going to be really hot and I will be a sweaty mess!!! Any help is super appreciated!
      -Megan
      Hi Megan,

      I got married August 9th in Cabo, and we did a noon ceremony inside the church with the priest we flew down with us before we did our 6 pm ceremony on the beach with all our guests. It's true there is no AC inside the church, and the few fans inside BARELY work...honestly they didn't make a difference at all. During our quickie ceremony inside the church (literally just a little welcome and then straight to the vows, we only had a handful of family there for the church part), we did not have any lights on. We only had the natural light coming through the windows. It was warm but not horrible. However, the second you step outside the church after the ceremony, it WILL be blazing hot.

      After our little ceremony inside the church we took a few photos outside and then went directly back to our hotel. I had to shower again only because it was so hot outside when we left the church. The town square area is much hotter than down by the resorts on the ocean. Feel free to PM me with any questions about the church!

      #4 Almand2Be

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        Posted 28 September 2008 - 04:29 PM

        Hi Maura,
        Thank you so much for this info! We are also flying down our priest because after I read your debacle my fiance made the firm decision that we are flying our priest down because it will just take off a ton of stress. I just asked Padre if we could make the ceremony time at 5:00 because I really want to get good pictures in my dress outside the church. My dress is not really heavy material, but standing around in the heat won't help me either. Do you think that it would be hotter then or at 12:00? I really want to get pictures outside the church but not if its ridiculous hot. Were you able to get dresses at the churhc too or did you have to wear it there? Thank you soooooo much and congrats on your wedding. You look absolutely amazing!
        -Megan




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