Kim Charman
Kim Charman 6 Oct 2019

I would like to get married in summer time 2021 but have recently had skin...

I would like to get married in summer time 2021 but have recently had skin cancer, is it a big deal to have to change it to winter because the uv might be high that day?

Corryn Banham
Corryn Banham 6 Oct 2019

Not at all! Your wedding, your way! Stay safe x

Amy Rostron
Amy Rostron 7 Oct 2019

Pick whatever day you want. If you mean move the date later on then that can cause problems with venues and anything booked.

Jaymee-Leigh McAliece
Jaymee-Leigh McAliece 7 Oct 2019

Just get married in doors with the option of a garden for some photograpgs

Emily Coleman
Emily Coleman 7 Oct 2019

Rain or shine, hot or cold your day will be magical and perfect.

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 7 Oct 2019

Keep things indoors of your super anxious but a high spf Suncream will enable to you to spend more time outside

Michelle Moore
Michelle Moore 7 Oct 2019

It’s your wedding it’s up to you what you want to change. If you want to spend some time out side make sure you have the highest sod suncream you can get. Make sure there’s a shaded area you could maybe stand in? Just never spend too long in direct sunlight xx

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 7 Oct 2019

We pushed our date back and all our suppliers who we had already booked were more than happy to swap to a new date without penalties.

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 7 Oct 2019

Get a fancy umbrella if hot and a high sun cream.enjoy.xx

Amanda Ross
Amanda Ross 7 Oct 2019

Does anyone know of any venue's in Edinburgh that i could hire just for the hall and DJ my son mate is doing the catering for us

Nicola Spendelow
Nicola Spendelow 7 Oct 2019

As a wedding photographer, I would say it would be easier to change from summer to winter than the other way round. Your suppliers you have already booked are more likely to have your new winter date free than summer dates, as summer is peak wedding season. Winter weddings are beautiful! It’s your day, and you have to do what is best for you, as otherwise you’ll be worrying the whole day. Your suppliers will completely understand I’m sure! Good luck 😊

FJS Photography

Jo McPherson
Jo McPherson 7 Oct 2019

Hi, I suffer from polymorphic light eruption which means I’m allergic to UV light. If you speak to your doctor they can prescribe total sun block. I have to wear it everyday. It’s not greasy or smelly. That could be a solution for you. Enjoy your day x

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 7 Oct 2019

You get married to suit you, no one else. You might even find it less expensive as it out of season.

Hayley-Marie Roberts
Hayley-Marie Roberts 7 Oct 2019

Your day, your way! And health comes first anyway 😊

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 7 Oct 2019

I have gone for September but I am dreading it anyway as I am allergic to uva and uvb.

UKbride Administrator
UKbride Administrator 8 Oct 2019

We moved from May to October and people were happy to make the change as we gave them plenty of notice (1.5years) and October is a much quieter month. Friend tried to move from February to June and found suppliers were much less happy about it and some she had booked couldn't make the switch, so she lost money with those suppliers. I get married in 2.5 weeks and I am so happy I picked October!

Jill Monaghan
Jill Monaghan 10 Oct 2019

Winter weddings are a bit cheaper! We booked for November after thinking of August. Just by chance saved over £500 on the venue package.
You could also do a summer theme, if everyone knows why I'm sure they'll get on board. 🌞🌞


Before we add your comment, please: log in to an existing UKbride account or join UKbride
Why Join?