Wedding Date – How To Choose It?

Choosing a wedding date is one of the most important decisions you and your partner need to make. If you don’t have an idea when it could be, here are some tips that might help you decide when your big day is going to happen.

• The weather – Couples usually choose to get married in June, September and October. Why? Because the weather is simply perfect then. If you choose one of these months, there is less chance that it’s going to rain. Choosing “non-summer” month takes has its risks.

• Off-season date – If you choose to get married in January, for example, you’ll probably save some money because most of the rates are lower. But, on the other hand, you have to be ready that some prices will be significantly higher. The flower bill could be enormous (it’s known that off-season flowers are very expensive).

• Wedding on holidays – Definitely not recommended. People see holidays as a chance to spend more quality time with their families. Attending a wedding on a major holiday would probably not be their priority. So, scratch holidays off of the calendar.

• Other aspects – Planning a wedding can be really stressful. It can be really hard to make everything fit. For example, what if your music band is occupied on the day you’d like to get married? Or your photographer is out of town? Or maybe some important family members are away? Consider every possible aspect and then decide what the best date really is.

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