If choosing a date for the “Big Day” isn’t hard enough, here’s an old wedding weather folklore rhyme:
- Married in January’s chilling time, widowed you’ll be before your prime.
- Married in February’s sleety weather, life you’ll tread in tune together.
- Married when March winds shrill and roar, your home will be on foreign shore.
- Married ‘neath April’s changing skies, a checkered path before you lies.
- Married when bees over May blossoms flit, strangers around your board will sit.
- Married in the merry month of June, life will be one honeymoon.
- Married as July’s flower banks blaze, bittersweet memories in after days.
- Married in August heat and drowse, lover and friend in your chosen spouse.
- Married in gold September glow, smooth and serene your life will flow.
- Married when leaves in October thin, toil and hardship for you begin.
- Married in the veils of November mist, fortune your wedding ring has missed.
- Married in days of December’s cheer, love will shine brighter year after year.
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