Could be the birth date of close friends or family, already scheduled celebrations, or big sporting events in town. You wouldn’t want your wedding day to clash with any other event that could significantly affect attendance, so these are a few to watch out for.
Major public holidays are usually a no-no for such occasions, as vendors would be up to their necks for work and could charge you extra for their services. On the other hand, most of your friends and family would be available, so it is definitely worth some thought.
Known superstitiously as an unlucky date, Friday the 13th is another day to look out for when fixing wedding dates. So, it will be good to note that August the 13th will fall on a Friday.
A common saying is to “Beware the Ides of March”, and this is an unlucky date. After the assassination of Julius Caesar on the 15th of March, the middle of March became a superstitiously unlucky period.
Whether you are superstitious or not, it is never a bad idea to know which are the lucky wedding dates and unlucky ones to hold your event. We hope that this has been helpful.