Garland is a beautiful city and part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metropolis. Situated in the Northeast corner of Texas, Garland is home to the Patty Granville Arts Center, Spring Creek Forest Preserve and Park Preserve, and Hawaiian Falls. From beautiful attractions and sights to fabulous shopping and dining – Garland is a wonderful city to live in and a perfect city to say your vows in. Whether you’re a Garland native or have been inspired to hold a Garland destination wedding, you’re in for a real treat. Photo at Right by BluDoor Studios via Dream Weddings by Micki Novak
Garland Wedding Planning: Weather Considerations
Garland experiences its warmest days in July, when temperatures rise to the middle and upper 90’s. During this season, a daytime, outdoor wedding would most likely suffer as the food, cake, and hair-dos would be in danger and the guests may easily become overheated. However, spring and autumn outdoor weddings are a wonderful idea, with plenty of sunshine and cooling breezes. Just prepare a plan B in case a sudden Texas thunderstorm threatens to spoil the day.
Garland Wedding Planning: Tourism and Events
It’s important for you to check the Garland city calendar, as well as those of Dallas and Fort Worth before planning your Garland wedding. Avoiding dates when large events are taking place can help you and your out-of-town guests save money, as tourists in the area will drive up hotel costs.
Planning a Destination Garland Wedding
If you’re planning a destination wedding in Garland, be sure to provide your out-of-town guests with a map of the area. Mark points of interest like local restaurants, shopping centers, and hotels. A map to and from your ceremony and reception sites is also a good idea.
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