Wedding Date

You’ve got the groom, the family is on board and you know who your bridal party is but now the important question: when is the wedding date? It may seem like a simple question and one that you don’t have to think about for a while. That is true to an extent; enjoy the engagement period. Let yourself bask in the ambiance of your amazing ring and daydream about what could be. But then get down to business and pick a wedding date so you can get those save the date cards out!

 

The wedding date may be easy for the two of you – a significant day/time you’ve already thought of or an existing anniversary of someone or something important to you. However there are some things to think about. Look ahead in your personal calendars and see if there are personal days that would interfere. Look for family weddings, college/high school graduations, friend’s anniversaries or festivals in your city.

Another thing to watch out for are holiday weekends such as Labor Day, Mother’s Day, New Year’s Eve or Valentine’s Day. These weekend holidays are great because you automatically can get a Monday off but you need to think of your guests as well. They may not want to spend an entire holiday weekend around your wedding. They probably have family traditions they’d like to honor. And there’s the expense. If you’re thinking Valentine’s day beware the extra charges in floral cost.

You also need to be aware of cultural holidays like Easter, Palm Sunday, Tisha B’Av, Rosh Hashana and Hanukkah to name a few. You may not be particularly religious but if you’re planning to be married in a church venue there could be some restrictions on time. A final wedding date you should keep in mind is more superstitious – the unlucky wedding date! The Ides of March, any Friday the 13th or leap year. You may not have any objection to these dates and that’s fine with us but just things to think about!

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