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The Ultimate Guide to Planning a Weekday Wedding

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Since you’re reading this, you probably already know the secret.

But just in case you don’t, allow us to share it again: Having a weekday wedding is one of the best ways to go big, without going broke.

A weekday wedding lets you have your dream wedding at a fraction of the price, as venues often offer up their pristine spots at deeply discounted rates.

If you’re planning a destination wedding, choosing for a weekday celebration usually means discounted flights (depending on travel days) and hotel stays too.

Basically, a weekday wedding is a win-win, if you plan it right.

We’ve got the scoop on how to have a weekday wedding so lively and fun, it will make Saturday jealous.

Let’s dive in.

Make Sure the Wedding VIPs are Available

This is a good practice whenever you’re planning your wedding.

Make sure the VIP guests are available to attend before you commit to the venue and date.

Nobody wants to miss the opportunity to get married without parents and other loved ones there to enjoy it alongside you.

Also, no speech is complete without your fiancée turning beet red as his best man – who he’s been friends with forever – unabashedly reveals what happened in Vegas.

Set the Date in Advance

As far as the date is concerned, set it well in advance and send out your save the date as early as possible. Make sure the day of the week is noted alongside the date that’s being saved.

Otherwise, your guests may just assume the wedding’s on a weekend, and not think to request time off work or rearrange their schedules until it’s too late.

Providing plenty of advanced notice gives your guest an opportunity to make the necessary adjustments on their end. So, they can dance, toast, and celebrate alongside you as Wednesday night rolls into Thursday morning.

Check in With Vendors

The vendors you are hoping to hire may not be fully staffed mid-week, as many expect to work weekends and reserve days off during the week when they’re less busy.

Be sure to share the details of when you plan on having the wedding. This will give them time to prepare, and if they are unable to accommodate you, they’ll be able to refer you elsewhere with plenty of notice.

Time it Right

If you’re worried about a lower attendance, scheduling your wedding and reception later in the afternoon makes it more convenient for most people to attend.

Time it right weekday wedding

If guests are unable to skip their entire workday, it is way easier for them to work a half day, or arrive after work.

There’s nothing wrong with a ceremony at 5pm, followed by the reception.

That’s usually the time people wind down and have fun anyway.

Your pictures will be absolutely stunning if your photographer takes advantage of golden hour, and a ceremony and reception after dark warmed by the soft glow of wedding flowers Sydney twinkling lights adds an additional element of romance to the atmosphere.

Give Yourself a Few Days Off

Do your best to take the day before and after your wedding off, if at all possible. The day before is reserved for any last-minute prep, and getting as much R & R as you can.

The day after the wedding should be spent sleeping in, and then enjoying room service or a low-key brunch with your husband.

Nothing zaps the magic of the wedding day faster than if you had to wake up early the next day, splash some cold water on your face and rush off to the office. Don’t put yourselves through that. Schedule the time off.

Take Advantage of Discounts & Go All Out

As mentioned previously, having a midweek wedding means you’ll pay less for the best.

There’s no reason why you can’t have your dream wedding, there’s no reason to skip over the details and special touches.

Picture your team of ladies adorned in gorgeous sage green dresses. Wouldn’t that look amazing with blooms of cream-colored roses, and little touches of gold?

There’s no reason to feel as though you need to skimp or play small, just because you happen to be tying the knot on a Thursday.

Another way to go all out is by having a destination wedding. Your guest list may be smaller, but the festivities are guaranteed to be larger. Midweek is when prices drop, so if you’re curious, check it out and see what options are available.

Conclusion:

Alright, now you know the secrets to the secret.

You know exactly what it takes to get the most out of your special day – any day of the week.

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