Holiday Sundays – Attending a wedding on a long weekend is the perfect excuse for a getaway. Most of your guests will have off on Monday so this Sunday wedding has the same benefits of a Saturday, but at a lower price. Martin Luther King Day and President’s Day are two perfect holidays in the beginning of the year that make for great wedding weekends!
April Fool’s Day – You’ll be saying, “It’s not a joke, we’re really getting married!” if you choose April 1st as your wedding date! Added bonus: think of all the fun hashtags you can come up with around this date.
Summer Solstice – June 21st is the longest day of the year, so you can be sure to maximize your celebration on this date!
July 3rd – Whether you want to tie the knot in red, white and blue or not, July 3rd is a great date for the perfect summer wedding! No matter what day of the week it falls on, you and your guests will have off for the 4th and what better way to kick off the holiday than creating fireworks of your own.
Wednesday Before Thanksgiving – Thanksgiving Eve is already the biggest party night of the year, so why not turn it into the biggest celebration of your life! Friends and family will all be in town to celebrate the holiday so it’s also like a two-for-one on their travel expenses.
The Week Between Christmas and New Years – What’s a better present than the gift of marriage? Choose a wedding date during this week when friends and family are still in town for the holidays and continue celebrating into the new year!