More than 2.2 million people get married in the United States each year!
Are you and your significant other a newly engaged couple?
Taking the next step is an exciting time for two people as they begin to plan their wedding and a future together.
Whether you live in California or far away, the city of San Diego is a beautiful place to consider getting married.
San Diego offers a wide range of places to exchange your nuptials – whether you are seeking an indoor or outdoor venue. But to make the most of your San Diego wedding, you need to know the area well and explore all your options.
Read on to learn more about getting married in San Diego!
You must have a San Diego County marriage license to be legally married in San Diego.
You can get one by setting up an appointment to apply for and receive your license at the San Diego County Clerk’s Office. The fee to apply for a marriage license is $70.00 and it is valid for 90 days.
Maybe you are considering having a ceremony and reception to enjoy the city but get legally married elsewhere? That’s always an option for you and your fiance too!
Enjoy Great Weather
San Diego’s location in California makes it a highly sought after wedding destination. But that’s not the only reason why couples love it.
The area is known for having gorgeous weather year round! At the “hottest” time of the year in San Diego – August and September – the city has an average temperature of 76 degrees.
But in its “coldest” months – December, January, and February – the area average temperature is 65 degrees!
Concerned about rain for your outdoor wedding in San Diego?
The month of February is known for being the one with the most rain.
Know Your Way Around Town
If you are having out of town guests for your San Diego marriage, you need to have a good sense of what it is like to travel from the airport.
San Diego International Airport is the most popular airport in the area and is only a 15-minute car ride from downtown San Diego.
This makes it a convenient option for your guests that are flying in from out of the state.
Another option for your guests is the McClellan-Palomar Airport, in Carlsbad, California. This airport may offer some cheaper flights but make sure your guests know it is about 40 minutes north of San Diego.
Many California residents use ride sharing services like Lyft. But it may be worthwhile to rent a car to get around town or road trip to other nearby cities.
Wrapping Up: Getting Married In San Diego
Getting married in San Diego offers you and your future spouse lots of different opportunities as you plan your wedding.
The Newman Building – I.O.O.F. Sunset Temple is a historic venue in the North Park area of San Diego. This beautiful building hosts hundreds of weddings and other social events each year.
Contact us today to learn more about us and book a tour of our venue for your wedding!