There are also no 'Wedding Pictures' of Brides married in any month of the year. That's understandable for the Colonials being as the first camera was not invented until 1840. Even after folks started having wedding pictures made, they usually looked like they were standing in front of a firing squad.
At any rate, as a collector of vintage photographs, I have substituted Unknowns from my collection in place of the no show photos of my ancestors...like this 'Leaning Bride' who looks like she might be explaining why her bouquet weighs more than she does. As it turns out, that Big Bouquet is one of the reasons why June has traditionally been the most popular month to get hitched.
It seems that back in the day, the Bride stunk! Yep, under the frills, lace and veil was a gal whose last full tub bath was in May after a long winter of spit baths. By June the flowers were in full sweet smelling bloom and the bigger the Brides Bouquet, the better for everyone's olfactory senses. Hence the tradition of the Bridal Bouquet, the Brides Maids flowers and all that rose petal throwing in the isle.
More than likely the June flowers kept the wedding march from being called
'Here Comes the Stinking Bride'.
Here are some Bride/Wedding Posts from my Family Tree.
My Parents Wedding