Wedding Dates to Avoid in 2012

When choosing your wedding day for next year make sure you check these dates before you make your deposit on your dream venue.







If you are wanting for all your guests you invite to be able to join you on your special day try to avoid major holidays and other days of celebration. Not just because people may have plans or have traditions of celebration, but the cost of travel may be more expensive on or surrounding days.







If you are planning your ceremony in a church or religious facility make sure you are aware of all the recognized days of worship.

January 1 st.. Sunday, New Year Day

January 11 th.. Monday, Martin Luther King’s Day

February 14 th.. Tuesday, Valentines Day

February 20 th.. Monday, Presidents Day

March 17 th.. Monday, Saint Patrick’s Day

April 1 st.. Sunday, April Fools Day

April 6 th.. Friday, Good Friday

April 8 th.. Sunday, Easter

May 5 th.. Saturday, Cinco De Mayo

May 13 th.. Sunday, Mother’s Day

May 28 th.. Monday, Memorial Day

June 17 th.. Sunday, Father’s Day

July 4 th.. Wednesday, Independence Day

September 3 rd.. Monday, Labor Day

September 11 th.. Tuesday, National Tribute Day of Remembrance and Honor

October 8 th.. Monday, Columbus Day

October 31 st.. Wednesday, Halloween

November 11 th.. Sunday, Veterans Day

November 22 nd.. Thursday, Thanksgiving

December 25 th.. Tuesday, Christmas Day

December 31 st.. Monday, New Year Eve

Which ever day you both choose to celebrate your union will be perfect just remember its about the two of you.. Happy Wedding Planning!


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