Choosing A Wedding Date
Updated: Jun 10
Yay, Congratulations on your engagement!
So when is the big day? Do you have a date yet? Have you started dress shopping?
Whew, lots of questions.
How do you pick a wedding date? You need time to get all the details together. If you don’t want to marry for at least a year, you have time! If you want to marry within 12 months, well sister, you need to get started.
Don’t set a specific date right away. Maybe you might find the perfect venue at the right price but they don’t have your date. Would you rather get married at your favorite venue on a different date or on the perfect date at a different venue?
Factor in occasions and school schedules. On the off chance that you are thinking February or May, flower specialists may have more exorbitant costs due to Valentine's Day and Mother's Day requests. Fridays and Sundays are ordinarily more affordable than Saturdays at most debut occasion settings. This is on the grounds that there are a greater amount of these dates than there are Saturdays.
Be particular with whose schedule/life you consider when picking your date. Some people simply must be there! This is your day and they will make it work or they will not. To wrap things up, on the off chance that you discover a date at a scene you love, BOOK IT. It's true, the early bird gets the worm! In any case, if your energies are acceptable and the cost is correct, become that scene's lady. It is never too soon to book.