Setting a wedding day is extremely important because it will influence every single part of the wedding planning. Before you get to a particular date, though, you should first find the right season for you and your Big Day.
How to do that? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
- Your budget will have a say in this. If you have a restricted budget, our advice is to set a wedding season outside of the most popular ones (spring and summer). From September to March, prices for venues and vendors tend to be lower – and you can still plan a truly dreamy wedding in these months as well.
- Of course, you should LIKE the season you choose for your wedding. If you are a person who loves warmth and sunshine and set a wedding date in full November, you might feel that it’s not like you have always wanted it to be. You could, for example, have a March wedding or a September wedding instead (if budget is an issue).
- Last, but definitely not least, consider the wedding style you want as well. For instance, if you want to have an outdoor rustic wedding, doing this in the winter may be a lot more difficult than doing it in any other season. Likewise, if you want to wear a strapless wedding dress made from veil and lace, you might find that it’s not a feasible option for a chilly month of December…
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