Before sending those save the dates out perhaps you should reconsider that 4 PM ceremony time for your afternoon June wedding. Your photographer and your guests will greatly appreciate it. The last thing you want is for everyone to be roasting in the sun for an hour-paying more attention to their curls falling then to you and your hubs declaring your undying love for one another.
With that being said, one thing you should always know before deciding the time of your wedding ceremony (especially if your dream ceremony location is outdoors) is the time of sunset on that exact day at that location. To find this information, google is your best friend. It gives you the sunset time down to the minute. Once you have that time, you can now plan a wedding timeline your photographer and guests will love, well maybe not love, but they will definitely appreciate it. ☺️
So now that you know when the sun will be setting, deciding on a time is just a matter of exactly what you want to happen before and after the wedding ceremony. If you are going the more modern route for your big day and sharing a first look with the groom before the vows, then you can plan on having almost all of your group photos with bridal party and family taken before the ceremony. Then you should totally have that sunset wedding ceremony you always dreamed of! You know the one where the sun is perfectly shining through your hair in that first kiss as husband and wife photo, but isn't blaring overhead