There is one thing all weddings must decide on, and that is a date! Amongst all the excitement at the prospect of marrying the love of your life, you may soon realize that picking a date is not the simplest of tasks. When trying to plan your dream wedding, expert’s claim there are certain ways which work best in deciding when it will be.
While you and your partner may know exactly when you want to get married, there are other factors which come into play when actually picking a date. Getting married to the love of your life may be the most important part of the day, but what’s a wedding without your closest family and friends to watch the beautiful coming together of the people they love? Therefore, it is important to consider their availability when deciding what date will work best.
It is especially important to speak to anyone who will be contributing financially to your wedding and checking their calendars before making any plans. Making sure you see what dates work for your parents during the period in which you envision your wedding to be is also essential. Asking them to put a hold on any dates you are considering is also necessary, just so they are aware of not making any other arrangements.
The next person to speak to would be a wedding planner should you be choosing to have one. Once you have considered a few dates, you will be able to check their availability to know if they will be able to help plan your wedding. Your planner will, of course, be assisting when it comes to choosing a venue, so once you have hired someone for the job, their wealth of knowledge will prepare you for the next steps.
Once you have a chance to look at venues and have narrowed it down to the potential few, check which dates work best for them before choosing the official date. Make sure you have the dates that work for you written down for when you book your tours with the venues, and with an open mind for dates, you may have more venue possibilities. This way you won’t be limited to a venue purely on a preference of one date. Once this is all set, it’s time to get planning!