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Can't decide on date!

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pinkpanther84 Tue 11-Jun-19 14:02:05

Hello, my partner and I are getting married in the next 12 months and have decided on a venue (hotel type place where we will have ceremony and reception). But we can't make our minds up on the date- we have narrowed it down to either this October (which doesn't give us that long!) or late April. Which would you go for? Thanks!

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Pootles34 Tue 11-Jun-19 14:05:12

Late April - more time and better flowers. Check daylight hours for the dates your considering as well - more daylight hours gives you a bit more flexibility, especially for photos.

Assume you've checked for sporting events, bank hols etc?

pinkpanther84 Tue 11-Jun-19 14:07:37

Thanks Pootles, yes late April would avoid the Easter holidays and any bank holidays, and no sporting events!

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Banhaha Tue 11-Jun-19 14:10:44

Late April. Check all key people you'd want to attend, close family etc aren't out the country that day. You can take the planning a bit slower if you give yourself longer but do start looking at photographer and hair/make up artist if you want one as soon as you've booked as they book up fast!

Warmhandscoldheart Tue 11-Jun-19 14:10:44

I'd choose April personally because of longer daylight hours.

WinterWillow Tue 11-Jun-19 14:25:21

I'd go for October, it's my favourite time of year and the Autumnal vibes for photos are perfect. We got married on the 28th of October 2017 and we had a wonderful day and the dark nights meant we had fab photos with sparklers etc.

pinkpanther84 Tue 11-Jun-19 21:39:43

Thanks all, that's really helpful, definitely leaning towards April but there are pros and cons to both!

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MoHunter Fri 14-Jun-19 07:28:45

I’d prefer April and 4 months to plan everything would be very stressful!

pinkpanther84 Fri 14-Jun-19 20:30:31

Have booked for late April, thanks every one!

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Eustasiavye Sun 23-Jun-19 19:46:44

Late April.
More time to save and plan.
More notice for guests.
Nice spring weather/more daylight.

user1473878824 Tue 30-Jul-19 23:19:31

Congrats OP!

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