June is the most popular month of all for weddings. A big reason for that is the weather. It’s very temperate this time of year – no longer cold and not yet too hot. But the heritage of June weddings is older than even our country, dating back to the Romans if not before. The month of June was named for Juno, the Roman goddess of marriage, hearth, and home. It was only natural that a couple would want to start their life together under her watchful protection.
Today, couples are free to wed during any month of the year and many pay no regard to what month it is. When you have a Myrtle Beach wedding in June you will be at the start of the summer season. If you plan it in the first half of June it’s possible you might still be able to find off-season rates on your accommodations and that’s a big savings for a married couple just starting out.
If what you want is a beach wedding and you’re considering South Carolina, you should know that any Myrtle Beach wedding will have to be held in a park or chapel. The City of Myrtle Beach does not allow public gatherings such as weddings on the beach here. There are, however, plenty of surrounding beaches that do, so just ask us about it if your heart is set for an oceanfront ceremony.