Is there any better location for a proposal and quick engagement session than Cape May New Jersey? Shaun proposed to Jen and had Macpherson Photography, wedding photographers in Cape May New Jersey, capture the special moment.
Shaun called us and scheduled us to capture his proposal on the beach. As you can see from the photos, Jen was extremely happy. Fall was a perfect time for a proposal in Cape May New Jersey. Cape May was pretty much empty making it easy to photograph Jen and Shaun.
If you are planning a wedding in Cape May think about what time of the year would be best for you. Here are a few things we’ve experienced as wedding photographers in Cape May New Jersey. There are pros and cons that come with each season, let’s look at a few of them:
Spring can be a good time for a cape may wedding or it can be disastrous. weather is the main factor for a spring wedding. Brides think since the weather is getting warmer in the spring it is a good time for a beach wedding. Don’t be fooled by the warmer weather. The chances of rain and wind in the spring ruining a beach wedding in cape may is extremely high.
Summer is a nice time for a wedding in Cape May. The weather is beautiful and the town is bustling with people. Something to think about if you are having a destination wedding in Cape May is that it will be much harder for family and guests to book rooms and places to stay. If you are planning a destination wedding you should talk to Stephanie at Jersey Cape Weddings + Events. She is one of the best wedding planners in Cape May and can help you with booking everything in advance.
Fall is probably one of our favorite seasons for a Cape May wedding. Cape May is decorated for fall/Christmas and the leaves are changing colors on the trees. The temperatures are cooler so you don’t have to worry about the elderly at your wedding out in the heat. It would be better to have at least an indoor reception though, it can be 70 degrees one day then 35 the next with no warning.
Winter is not a good time for a wedding in Cape May for a destination wedding. Unless you just want to have a ballroom style wedding at Congress Hall, don’t plan a winter wedding in Cape May. During the winter Cape May is empty and is extremely windy and cold. That can also be a good thing if you are a local and planning a wedding in Cape May. Some vendors and venues will give a winter discount since the winter is a slower time for Cape May weddings.