Jan 3, 2019
Reserve your date
You can plan your wedding around a season, a location, or a special date. If you are set on a specific venue, make sure to book it well in advance. Consider the budget of the wedding, the availability of the guests, and how much time you will need to plan your wedding. Remember: you and your fiance are going to celebrate this anniversary for the rest of your lives—so pick something special.
Consider whether there are any specific dates that are special to you and your significant other. - I’d be sure we paraphrase this section so we don’t do do much repeating from the info listed directly above. :) Let’ do a nice blend of the two
Many wedding dates are related to a special day, like a birthday, the first day that you met, your first date to the movies, or the first time you kissed. If you really want a specific date, begin planning and calling around to venues and vendors you want to hire as early as possible. Wedding dates can be booked at least a year to several years in advance depending on the demand at a particular venue.
For example, perhaps your dating anniversary date falls on a Saturday in June. Consider choosing that date so that your wedding date will always be the same as your dating anniversary.
If a particular venue is more important to you than the date, start there!
Read more at www.weddingvendorspodcast.com/25