Post # 1
I didn’t know exactly where to post this but here we go!
I graduate in May 2010 and my Fiance graduates in December 2010 so we chose March 19th, 2011 as our wedding date! Wonderful, exciting, happy, happy, joy, joy!!!
UNITL… I really really really want a fall wedding! AHHHHH! But I don’t want to have that long of an engagement. I got engaged in August of this year and I don’t really want to wait until September/October/November of 2011. Plus that is hurricane season and I live on the east coast. So torn.
What are you bee’s thoughts!?
Post # 3
I wanted a fall wedding at first too! First it was November 9th of this year, then we pushed it to March 13th of 2010!! I’m so excited! I think March would be a perfect time of the year. The weather is just about the same it would be in the fall…you might find that you want to be a Spring Bride rather than a fall one! I’ve found there’s so much more I can do with it 🙂
Post # 4
I’d stick with the date you guys chose. If you can do it financially it’ll be a great time of year and it will most likely be cheaper. I think April through October are the busiest months for weddings so the venues hike their prices up. I do think a fall wedding is nice but so is a March wedding! Besides, I’ve been engaged for a year and we still have 6 months and I’m dying to get married. Any added time and you’ll get antsy 🙂
Post # 5
I first thought that I wanted a fall wedding but after going to one of your friends weddings in Mexico in June, We decided that we wanted ours in either June, July, or August. I would weigh your options and see how things plan out. I think a Spring wedding would be just as beautiful!
Post # 6
I originally wanted a fall wedding but now Im getting married close to the end of August….and Im so happy about it!
Post # 7
I know exactly what you’re going through, only it’s my Fiance who wants the fall wedding. We JUST got engaged and he insisted on August of this year!!! I asked him if he was nuts. Luckily, he is compromising on October of this year. I’d like a year to plan, but I suppose 9 months is much better than 7. On the plus side, we had many things decided well before the official engagement.