5 Ways to select the date of your Wedding
As you admired your beautiful sparkle on your finger, it’s time to start to plan a wedding. Before you start that, both of you need to choose a wedding date – an end goal to all the planning. Would you envision yourself to get married in Spring or Autumn? Keeping in mind that most of the brides would start their wedding preparations one year in advance. However, that is not stopping some of the brides to plan two years in advance and neither, is it impossible to plan a successful wedding in 6 months. Let us share 5 ways to help you quickly pinpoint your wedding date to kick start your wedding plans.
Typically in a 4 seasons country, you’ll need to take note of the weather and what impact it has on your wedding gown, your guests and the kind of venue you choose. If you want to have a beach wedding, then choosing it in the winter is seriously not a good idea. You may not want to have a long sleeved and thick wedding dress during the sweltering heat of summer unless you are indoors 90% of the time. You may also want to avoid yearly storms period that might ruin your wedding or keep your guests at bay.
While you can’t accommodate every single guests in the house, you may want to make sure those that are significant in your life are able to turn up. People who are important to you, will try their best to make sure they are at your wedding, we just like to make it easier by consulting them too.
Availability of Vendors
Depending on whether you and your partner is particular about booking a certain venue or having a popular photographer. Availability may affect the way you choose your date. It is wise to have a few dates for selections.
I do know couples like to have their wedding tie in with major holidays like 4th of July however, you might want to take into considerations of costs as usually these dates are super popular that the prices will sky rocket. You might get your family loving the idea of a Christmas wedding but your friends might get annoyed as they would need to make a choice of going to your wedding or spending it with their families.
Whatever the date is, it should be significant to both of you to make it meaningful. So whether it is the first date, the first kiss or even the first time he said I love you, make so much more meaningful to celebrate the day to seal both of your love for eternity.