Three-day weekends are amazing, really. After all, who doesn’t like having one extra-day of weekend, especially given how tired and stressed out we all are?
Are three-day weekends a good idea for a wedding date, though?
Well, the answer may depend on a lot of factors. We have gathered some tips to help you make the right decision, so read on if you want to learn more about this.
• There are a number of reasons to consider holiday weekends a bad idea for your Big Day. The first one (and the most frequently called out) is connected to your guests. Because everyone’s having an extra-day off, it is quite likely that they will make plans (to stay at home and relax, to travel, or to spend time with their families). Therefore, they might not give you a positive RSVP.
• At the same time, three-day weekends are great for those of you want to celebrate for three whole days (just like in the fairytales). Plus, they’re an even more amazing choice when you are genuinely in love with the holiday itself and want to infuse your Big Day with it (e.g. 4th of July motifs for patriotic couples, for example).
• If your heart is totally set on a holiday weekend, be sure to plan everything long in advance. The closet your calendar gets to the holiday weekend, the less like it is you will find the right venue and vendors. Also, be absolutely certain your Save the Date cards are sent long before the wedding date, so that guests can plan according to it.
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