The Secret to a Great Wedding Date
Have you selected your wedding date yet? As soon as you get engaged, you’ll hear: “when’s the big day?“ A great sign that your friends and family are excited to help you celebrate!
To decide on a wedding date there are several factors you need to consider. Most people take a strategic approach with their wedding date. While it might not sound romantic upfront, a pragmatic approach can be the best way to ensure you love to remember your anniversary!
Step one – Choose the season
Are you imagining getting married in spring, summer, fall, or winter? Lots of couples in Phoenix opt for winter as they prefer lower temperatures. Spring is attractive for all the new blooms, summer is ideal if you want an evening event with spectacular sunsets, and fall is great for changing foliage. As you can see, every season has its benefits.
But, did you know, all seasons are not equal. Some are priced more competitively than others. If you want to save money for your Arizona wedding then an event during the hottest months will be cheaper – and the outside climate isn’t a factor when you’re enjoying climate-controlled serenity.
Step two – Choose a day of the week
Weekday and weekend weddings are all commonplace nowadays. People love to take a mid-week break or create a long weekend for their wedding celebrations. You can too.
If your heart is set on a Saturday option, be ready to book further in advance. With only 52 Saturdays in a year, they tend to book first. When considering other days of the week know that the Hollywood A-lister trend recently has been for Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Step 3 – Chat with your venue of choice
Once you’ve chosen a wedding venue, chat with the team and talk about your priorities. Do you want to go all out? Are you trying to stretch your budget? Be honest and we’ll help you find the perfect wedding date for your needs.
Choosing your wedding date is heaps of fun and can create fun memories for a lifetime! Selecting the same day as your first date or proposal is lovely, but adding extra days for celebration into your year can help you celebrate even more often during the years to come!