Post # 1
We really wanted September 1st, because that was when we had gotten together, and when he intended to propose (didn’t until the 2nd because we were at a family gathering instead of the beach, which was where we went the next day and where he did it) … but it’s Labor Day Sunday, and it was super expensive, so we didn’t =(
We tried to do Thursdays also, because weekends were expensive, so that limited us. Also we wanted September because we want a sunset ceremony outside and evening reception, but we didn’t want it to be cold.
Did you want a specific day and couldn’t have it for some reason? Do/did your date matter to you?
How did you pick your wedding date?
Post # 3
We wanted 20 July 2013 because it’s our 10th anniversary of meeting and 7th of being engaged, and also happens to be on a Saturday (hooray!). We got our date because we booked the venue so far out.
Post # 4
We’re going to have April 17th because that is when our first date was 🙂
Post # 5
Well it isn’t definite yet but there was no particular reason for picking the date except it isn’t in peak wedding season and it isn’t someone’s birthday (that I know of). It is also a weekend. The date wasn’t as important to us, except it will be nice to have an anniversary not close to either of our birthdays or other major holidays 🙂
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2014 - Ontario, Canada ♥ EDD- April 2016
We would have loved to do a date that was meaningful for us but all of them will be weekdays for a while haha. We ended up choosing a date that flowed well to us and was nice and even 😉 June 14th 2014.
Post # 7
I was a Labor Day bride, just like my mom and her mom. We booked far enough in advance to get the Saturday of that holiday weekend.
Post # 8
I chose that we wanted and got a specific date, but that was only because we were kind of limited in terms of when the best time to have the wedding was. 85% of our guest list is Out of Town, lots of teachers and several students, so we had to have it in the summer (I wanted a fall wedding originally). June is too busy, wedding-wise. July is too hot. August seemed nice, and we ended up picking the weekend before school starts for Fiance because we wanted it closer to September. We switched from that Saturday to that Friday because it was cheaper.
Post # 9
It had to be in a school holiday, I wanted a monday, and April 1st is just a good day to have I think ^_^
Post # 10
Before we got engaged, we talked about NOT having it during the summer because of the heat, etc.
BUT Fiance will still be in school and I work at a high school, so the summer just made the most sense! Since Fiance will be taking summer classes as well, this was the earliest we could get married next summer. It sounds so unromantic because of the reason. 🙂
Post # 11
We picked 8/25/2012 because it was our 9 year anniversary. We wating an extra year for that date to be on a Saturday so we could have as many family and friends at out Destination Wedding as possible. It worked out so well and was so meaningful.
Post # 12
- Wedding: November 2012 - Oak Tree Manor
Houston weather is really variable, but you can pretty much count on summer being REALLY hot and the winter months being a bit chilly, so we picked November because the weather is beautiful for an outdoor wedding. The date wasn’t important at all though. We DID think aboutwjich month would be the best to celebrate our anniversary, though, and November seemed nice for an autumn anniversary 🙂
Post # 13
We knew the season but basically just went with the date that worked for both the church and the reception venue. It’s not a round number at all, but it’s close to the original date we met, so it works for us! 10/19/2013. It will be special not because of the numbers, but because of our marriage.
Post # 14
We wanted a Winter wedding to be different and before we were even engaged, I told Fiance that I wanted to get married January 26th. And his response was that it was his grandparents anniversary! So we just stuck with it. We didn’t mean for it to be a special date it just happened that way.
Post # 15
It wasn’t all that important to us other then that it be a day that my in-laws were able to be here for it. It did work out nicely that it was 6 months after our civil ceremony. 🙂
Post # 16
I voted we picked a nice round number and got it but actually I had to have even numbers. I’m a bit weird about numbers so I don’t love that we’re getting married in 2013, but I didn’t want to wait another year so I guess I’ll get over it.