Out of 365 days in a year, how do you pick just one to be your wedding day? Take a look to help you decide:
Choosing a wedding date can be a daunting task, especially given the fact that there are, well, literally hundreds of options available. How do you do it? How do you trim down to the handful few that work out for you? We have gathered some tips you should know about this – so read on if you want to find out more.
• The meaning. If you want to get married at a date that means a lot to you (such as the date when you first met), that’s more than fine. However, keep in mind the fact that the venue may not be available at that exact date, so you should be open to alternatives too.
• Season. Again, this is a matter of preference – but if you have always wanted to get married in the fall or winter, for example, you should do it. Trust us on this: it will make the Big Day even more special!
• Holidays. Some couples choose to set their wedding date at certain holidays. Still, please keep in mind that this is rather risky, as not all of the guests may be able to attend. Send your Save the Date cards early in the process so that they don’t plan anything else for those holidays!
• The “absolutely no” days. Talk to your future spouse and discuss about those days that are a complete “no” for either of you. It may be something related to work (such as January, for those who work in business strategy, for example).
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