(Closed) Monday or Wednesday wedding?? Help please!

posted 9 years ago in Destination Weddings
  • poll: Which date should we go with?

    Monday, June 4

    Wednesday, April 4

    Pay the extra and do a weekend wedding

    Other suggestion (please specify)

  • Post # 18
    458 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: October 2011

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    @misssydneyj: The wedding has to be about you two. It’s your wedding day; your special day that you’ll remember for all your life. Some people might not be happy with the way you do it but the most important thing is that you’re happy, that years from now you can think back on it, look at pictures and still smile about it. Your fiancés right in that the only important people that absolutely need to be there are the two of you to make it a perfect day.

    His grandma might threaten but if he thinks she’ll be there she probably will. My grandma threated to not go because we were leaving the cat alone but I know she’ll go anyway she just says that to get her way. Even if she doesn’t, your fiancé doesn’t seem too upset over it.


    Post # 19
    1963 posts
    Buzzing bee

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    @misssydneyj: Can you have a small weekday ceremony reception on your day at your choice of venue and then an at-home (literally at-home) dinner or bbq a bit later?

    Post # 21
    2153 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: July 2012

    I agree…if you were my friend or relative, I’d gladly take the day off if I had enough notice. My cousin got married on a thursday and had a fantastic turnout. I like monday because people could just extend their weekend…but wednesday is good too because I’d prolly just take the rest of the week off. A wedding is a great excuse to slack off at work. =)

    Post # 23
    1088 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: January 2013

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    @misssydneyj: YAY! I love the feeling of making decisions! Congrats!

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