Why Getting Married on a Significant Date is great
Planning your wedding around a special time of the year such as Christmas, New Year, or Valentine’s Day can add a touch of romance to your celebrations. You can take inspiration for your wedding theme, entertainment, catering and colours from these special occasions.
If you get married the weekend of a national holiday such as Labour Day or Australia Day, all of your guests will have the Monday off work so they will have plenty of time to recover. You could consider a two day wedding, or hold your wedding on the Sunday when venues tend to be less pricey.
You can tie your wedding in with another special occasion such as your birthday or a significant birthday of a close family member, the anniversary of your first date, or the anniversary of your engagement. Having your wedding on Mother’s Day or Father’s Day is the perfect way to honor your parents, and holding it on a day of Remembrance such as Anzac Day is wonderful as long as you take a minute to remember the Anzac soldiers.
If you get married on a memorable date such as 12/12/12 everybody will remember your anniversary (including your new husband!). Most wedding venues were completely booked out for 08/08/08, partly because eight is considered a lucky number in many cultures and also because on its side the number eight is the same as the sign for infinity; a great theme for a wedding.
If you are considering celebrating a special occasion such as a Wedding on a special date don’t hesitate to contact us. Maclean Party and Event Hire has got everything you could possibly need to make your special day fantastic. Please visit our wedding page for more information.