What Ice Cream Flavor You Would Be Based on Your Wedding Month

#NationalIceCreamMonth is coming to a close, but our love for ice cream is endless.

If you have your wedding date set, scroll through to see which ice cream flavor you'd be based on your wedding month (and then go out and buy it because wedding planning is stressful AF and you deserve it).

January: Cookie Butter

A hand holding a pint of cookie butter ice cream from Trader Joe's.

Photo by @blondewalkempire

You are both adventurous and like to be the first to know about all of the latest trends- and the first to get married in the New Year. You are bougie but also frugal so you shop at Trader Joe's and choose to have your wedding in the off-season to save $$.

You should order your custom invitations by: August

February: Cookie Dough

Two scoops of cookie dough ice cream on a cone

Photo by @whatninaate

You don't skimp on the details. You want your wedding to be extra- that's why you're probably hosting it on Valentine's Day. Your wedding (like this ice cream) will be anything but plain.

You should order your custom invitations by: October

March: Salted Caramel

A giant scoop of salted caramel ice cream on a cone held before a bunch of daisies.

Photo by @edsrealscoopmimico

Your tastes are unique and you like a mix of salty and sweet- just like you like a mix of winter and spring.

You should order your custom invitations by: October

April: Coffee

A plastic bowl full of coffee ice cream is held up in front of flowers.

Photo by @itsoovegan

You like to wake up early and get sh*t done. You probably got engaged in December and are ready to get hitched ASAP.

You should order your custom invitations by: December

May: Cookies n' Cream

Two round scoops of cookies and cream ice cream in a waffle cone.

Photo by @decadentcoffeeanddesserts

You're true originals and prefer to be the first to get hitched before wedding season really hits, just like cookies n' cream was one of the first dessert-inside-another-dessert ice cream flavor (fun fact!).

You should order your custom invitations by: December

June: Vanilla

A woman wearing rings holds a waffle cone dipped in chocolate and sprinkles filled with vanilla ice cream.

Photo by @riddlesjewelry on Instagram

Ah, June. The most popular month for weddings, sometimes rivaled by October. A basic month deserves the most basic flavor. (but I'm sure your wedding will be anything but basic).

You should order your custom invitations by: February

July: Blueberry

Three scoops of blueberry ice cream sit on a plate next to two spoons and a bowl of blueberries.

Photo by @loveandoliveoil

Summer has your hearts. You're an apple-picking, picnicking outdoorsy kind of duo and your wedding (outdoor of course) will reflect that.

You should order your custom invitations by: February

August: Strawberry

Two scoops of strawberry ice cream on a waffle cone.

Photo by @sherrybdessert on Instagram

August is another one of the peak months, so you get strawberry, another common, but still unique, flavor.

You should order your custom invitations by: April

September: Neopolitan

A scoop of vanilla, a scoop of chocolate, and a scopp of strawberry ice cream form a triangle in a bowl.

Photo by @lancashirefoods

September gets mixed up in the whirlwind wedding months but is still a popular choice. This in-between month deserves an in-between flavor because it's still not quite fall but not quite summer anymore either.

You should order your custom invitations by: April

October: Chocolate

A scoop of chocolate ice cream on a cone.

Photo by @icecrimeoslo on Instagram

In recent years, October has stolen the Most Weddings award from June so the super popular, common chocolate flavor suits you.

You should order your custom invitations by: June

November: Butter Pecan

Butter pecan ice cream in a bowl.

Photo by @pbj_handmade_knives on Instagram

November isn't the most obvious wedding month, but you most likely chose it because you adore the time of year when stores are stocked with nothing but Christmas decorations and Jingle Bells is on repeat because what is Thanksgiving? Butter pecan is a warm holiday-ish flavor that belongs on the Thanksgiving dessert table, so it fits a November wedding.

You should order your custom invitations by: June

December: Mint Chocolate Chip

An upside down mint chocolate chip ice cream cone on a table.

Photo by @kmae_studio on Instagram

Unless you're getting married in somewhere tropical or Australia, it's safe to say you chose December because you enjoy the cold or at least the warm, cozy indoor cold-escaping rituals of winter. Mint Chocolate Chip is a cool ice cream flavor and, if you don't mind a little food coloring, it can be festive if you celebrate Christmas.

You should order your custom invitations by: August

Which ice cream did you get? Will you serve it at your reception?