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Choosing a wedding date is one of the most important planning decisions that you’ll have to make as a couple — it wil impact every other aspect of your big day.
For every couple, the process is completely unique and that’s part of what makes your wedding date so special to you. I hope that by sharing some planner insight — I can help you find the perfect time to get married.
1.think about the month-
The most popular months to get married are january, february, april ,may,november ,december and it’s no surprise why — the weather is absolutely beautiful in early winters . In general, you can plan for weather based on past records and standards, but always remember to continue to track it throughout your planning process as well.we love every season for its unique beauty, but i know that you don’t want to wear a wedding dress in mid-summer in 40 degrees weather.so plan out you wedding date with cool mind.
2.Consider all the factors of an off-season date.
Getting married in may to october might help cut your rental venue fee down but you have to be prepared to make sacrifices in other areas like availability of your favourite flowers and food.
The same concept applies for Friday vs. Saturday weddings. Although a venue might be able to give you a break on their minimums for a Friday weddings.
3.Think twice before getting married on a major holiday.
In addition to holi,diwali,Christmas, Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve.
Although holiday weddings can be super fun and festive, your wedding date is something you want to celebrate for years to come because of the meaning behind it. Another thing to keep in mind is the significant costs that are associated with holidays weddings. For example, the price of roses during Valentine’s Day is unbelievable,the price of gold at the time of diwali is also very high so having them at your big day could really put a dent in your overall budget.
But perhaps the biggest factor to consider is your guests. As much as they love you, do they really want to spend a major holiday celebrating you instead of being able to celebrate them? Yes, your wedding is about the two of you, but you also want to make it an event that your guests are excited about and can afford to attend. Hotels, flights and car rentals can all get very expensive, especially during a holiday weekend.