Who says your wedding has to be on a Saturday?
Once you’re engaged and wedding planning is in full swing, you’ll soon realize that there are so many decisions. One of the first decisions you’ll make is your wedding date. Most vendors will require your wedding date in order to confirm availability and allow you to book. As you start looking for vendors, you’ll quickly notice that there is a big difference in price between Saturday weddings and Friday or Sunday weddings.
Considering a Friday or Sunday wedding? Check out a few of the reasons Friday and Sunday weddings rock!
More Venue Options
Friday and Sunday weddings are less popular than Saturday weddings, which means more options for you! If you’ve been eyeing a certain venue, you may be disappointed to hear their Saturdays book up fast. Luckily, Fridays and Sundays do not book up as quickly, giving you a chance to have your dream wedding venue.
Similarly, if you have your heart set on a spring wedding or summer wedding, AKA wedding season, Fridays and Sundays open up more availability for you to get married this time of year.
Since Friday and Sunday’s are less popular, some vendors offer special pricing on these days. Venues will usually have special pricing because they would rather you book at a discount, than have an empty venue space.
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Extend The Celebration
Saturday weddings mean Fridays are for preparing and Sundays are for recovering. Friday weddings give you time to prepare all week, enjoy the celebration on Friday, and continue the celebration into Saturday and Sunday. Likewise, Sunday weddings mean you can have various small celebrations throughout Friday and Saturday with your guests. Friday and Sunday weddings help you make the most of your wedding day weekend!
How to Hire a Trusted Wedding Team
Trust & care are two things that should be non-negotiable between you and your wedding photographer. Your wedding photos last forever — and there’s one chance to capture those special moments, including the ones you missed. So why risk that by not being 100% confident that you hired the right person?