Post # 1
We both love the month of May, and in May there is my birthday on the 15th and my partner’s on the 29th. I’m so excited as we both love celebrating our birthdays, so I am thinking that getting married the week before my birthday would work out nicely (be able to celebrate our birthdays as a married couple). OR my partner thinks it would be nice to get married the week after right in between our birthdays. What would you prefer in your situation? 🙂
Post # 3
We got married two weeks before my husband’s birthday. I don’t think he particularly cared either way, but I think right in between would be kind of cool.
Post # 4
If the date were close to only my birthday, I’d say the week before. But since your partner’s birthday is just a couple of weeks later, I’d do it the week in between! It can just be a big, long celebration. My fiance’s birthday is September, our wedding is October, and my birthday is November. It wasn’t intentional, but I think it’s kind of cool the way it worked out.
Post # 5
I voted for in-between, because while I think it would be nice the first year to celebrate both birthdays after your anniversary, I think in subsequent years it might be nicer to have celebrations 3 weeks running.
That said, if I’m being totally honest I wouldn’t care much either way if it were us, as we don’t really ‘do’ birthdays any more; it’s all very low-key and I wouldn’t be fussed either way. I’d also be concentrating too much on the wedding to think about birthdays lol.
Post # 6
Honestly I don’t think I’d care that much since birthdays aren’t a huge deal to me. But I do think the week in between would be kinda cute 🙂
Post # 7
@CurlyTop24: That’s a nice idea, I like what you did with your date!
Post # 8
@CurlyTop24: +1. Normally I’d say a week before, but I think in your case, the week in between would be fun down the road to celebrate for 3 weeks straight!
Post # 9
@barbie86: Really good point.. that would be fun! Thank you. 🙂
Post # 10
I voted the week before, because I’d rather it flow anniversary, birthday, birthday not birthday, anniversary, birthday. Not sure why, but I guess it is just a personal preference.
Post # 11
@CurlyTop24: That’s actually exactly how ours are, too!
Post # 12
I don’t think it makes a difference either way. I chose the second one just because weather will probably be better mid may!
Post # 13
Haha- I had to add to this thread because we got married a week after my husband’s birthday. His theory is this:
“if you don’t give me something awesome for my birthday, then I don’t have to get you something awesome for our anniversary”
It made me laugh!
Post # 14
I voted wrong…I would want to have my birthday AFTER the wedding…which I am. My birthday is exactly 2 weeks after we will wed…and we’ll be on our honeymoon. So on top of getting to be on the trip of a lifetime with my most fav person…I’ll get to celebrate my birthday!!! Woot!
ETA: I see now this is about back to back birthdays! Fiance and I also have very close birthdays…we’re 2 months apart…so his birthday is May 5th and mine is July 5th…and our June 22nd wedding seems like a fun way to transition. You can either go big for birthdays and low key anniversaries…or low key birthdays and all out anniversary…but either way it’s all happy times!
Post # 15
@icetea: My bday will be on our honeymoon too!
Our wedding is in between our bdays, which are a month apart – but that had more to do with daylight savings (so we’ll have an hour of extra light for photos) and weather.
Post # 16
We’re getting married RIGHT in between our two birthdays. Actually, my birthday is the next Saturday, which I didn’t want to do. I think it will be nice to just have one big celebration every year! With any luck, I’ll be on my honeymoon for my birthday!