Plan your dream wedding on the right wedding datte

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This entry is from our Expert Guest series where wedding and honeymoon professionals share their best tips on creating memories that last a lifetime.

Choosing the right wedding date can sometimes feel like an endless maze – so it’s important to leave out, from the very beginning, those dates that may be problematic for one reason or another.

Choosing the right wedding date

Dates To Avoid When Choosing A Wedding Date

What are some of these dates in 2019? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.

Any Kind Of Personally Important Date

Conferences you have to attend for work, weddings you have to attend for your friends, your parents’ anniversaries – there will be a lot of dates this year that are simply not great for you. Skip them from the very beginning to avoid issues afterwards.

Avoid 3 day holiday weekends

National Holidays That Fall On Long Weekends

Although it may feel that a long weekend holiday is perfect for the Big Day, keep in mind that most guests will most probably make other plans on these days – so they may not send you the positive RSVP you’re hoping for. Also, you may find that some of your wedding costs are increased during holiday weekends.  President’s Day (February 16-18), Memorial Day (May 25-27), Labor Day (August 31- September 2), Thanksgiving (November 26-29) – these are just some of the national holidays you might want to not set your wedding date.

Avoid holiday weddings

Religious Holidays

The same thing goes for religious holidays too. Aside from people not being able to attend your wedding on these dates, they may end up being more expensive than the rest of the year, too. Furthermore, it is also important to keep in mind other religious holidays than yours as well (e.g. if you have friends observing those dates, they might not be able to come to the wedding).

Help From A Wedding Planner

Looking for someone dedicated and talented to help you plan the wedding of your dreams? For someone to help you leave stress behind and genuinely enjoy your Big Day? Contact Plan It! Events at 903-521-4726and allow us to be the ones who’ll plan the biggest event of your life!

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Bio:  Based in Tyler Texas, Style It Events has been planning weddings since 1990. Certified wedding planner Esther Hansen Yeager and her team can help you plan the wedding you want within the budget you can afford. To accommodate your needs, we offer full-service event planning, day-of event coordination. and a la carte options. Please contact us for a complimentary consultation.

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One Comment

  • TTDseva says:

    According to Costhelper, expect to pay around $1,500 to hire a day-of wedding planner, while a full-service planner ranges from $5,000 to more than $10,000, depending on experience and demand.

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