If you've ever planned a big event or party, then you can understand how stressful it can be to make sure everything comes together. But when that big event or party is a wedding, things can get even more complicated. A wedding is a big deal, and while it's ultimately about you and your partner, there are still aspects of the celebration that you might find yourself thinking hard about. For example, the actual day you have the party is a big decision, and there are several things to consider when picking your wedding date, because it's not all about the weather. (Although that's definitely a big factor.)
For many brides, picking a date is the easiest part of wedding planning, because they already have a vision in their minds of their perfect wedding. If that's the case, it's a lot simpler to find a venue and pick one of their available dates. On the other hand, if you're completely lost when it comes to wedding planning, picking a date can feel like the hardest thing in the world, which is totally understandable. "Ultimately picking a wedding date is highly personal," Jessica Ormond, wedding planner and florist tells Elite Daily. "There isn’t a right or wrong way to do it. Pick your key priorities, adjust for those and forget about the rest."
Remember that it's your day, but if you're struggling to land on a date, Ormond recommends keeping these things in mind.