Guest Author - Sandra Sable
Trying to decide the best day to celebrate the big day? Read on for some of the worst days to marry and why.
Superbowl Sunday: no you just don't get married on Superbowl. Talk about a day that would not be about a couple. Rentals would be a premium, people would be wanting to watch the game, or rushing out after the service to see the game....unless you are such a football junkie........and that is what you want. Steer clear of this overshadowing day.
11-11-11: Unless youíve had this date booked for months, forget about a wedding on this very popular day in 2011. This is Remembrance Day. Although it is not a top picked day as far as anything other than numbers configuration. Churches usually hold many services on this day. If you can wait until 2012, consider 12-12-12 at this point.
Birthdays: Marrying on your birthday, your momís birthday or even your best friendís birthday should be avoided if possible. Itís never fun to share your day with someone else, nor is it a good idea to steal someone else's thunder. If you must marry on someoneís birthday, talk with them about it and possibly include a birthday cake into the wedding plans.
Week of Thanksgiving: Unless, you dream of an intimate wedding with only your closest family and friends, these popular travel weeks should be considered off limits. With a good percentage of your guest list visiting family across the nation, many may not be able to attend your wedding due to other obligations. By skipping these dates all together youíll save disappointment on your end and relieve your guests of trying to be in two places at one time.
Week of Christmas: This holiday is even a worse time to schedule your wedding. Although romantic as it may seem. Not a great time for anyone other than family. If this works for you then feel free, the issue would be do not expect friends. Its Christmas......you can't be mad. Yo would be mad to expect anything other than a small intimate wedding at this time of year.
Well this is Sandra Sable signing off, till next time lets talk weddings.