Here are some Wedding Dates to Avoid in 2018. One of the first things you do when thinking about a wedding is looking at the date. Do you want a Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter wedding?
Wedding Dates to Avoid in 2018
There is significance in choosing the day that you get married. It has meaning to the both of you. It could be the anniversary of when you first met, or when you first fell in love. It could be a date that honors your parents wedding anniversary.
It could be your birthday!
Whatever the reason you will pick a date that should last in your minds and hearts forever.
Here are some guidelines on Wedding Dates to Avoid in 2018:
As you’re looking at the calendar you’ve ruled out just about all the holidays. (Love Halloween? You will want your guests to arrive in costume.) Or you might take advantage of holiday weekends that offer extended stays for your out of town guests.
There are so many things to enjoy in the city of Chicago. This would be a great treat for your family & friends.
Religious & Cultural
There are religious holidays and dates that fit into your cultural heritage. These you will probably skip
You both might be football fans and would rather host a Super Bowl Sunday party. Also, any of March Madness events (especially the Final Four). If you are a Chicago sports fan, you might want to check the dates of when your team might be in the playoffs or the finals.
Skip any dates with the date that most hotels and elevators skip.
Leap Year dates
OK, so some ancient cultures believed them to be bad luck.
Once you’ve picked your date contact us. We would love to be a part of the celebration that begins the rest of your Life!