Choosing The Right Wedding Date in 2011

Are you newly engaged and ready to set the wedding date? Or maybe planning a party in 2011? Our wedding and event consultants have compiled a list of dates to avoid, and some to consider for the big day.

Dates that are hard to forget!

– Saturday 9/10/11
– Friday 11/11/11

Yearly Holidays and Special Occasions

Consider your guests when deciding to marry on particular holidays. On certain religious holidays it might be hard to find an officiant. Generally holiday weekends are more expensive due to higher costs of hotels and air fair. Holiday weddings and holiday events in general can increase or decrease your guest count.

– Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday January 17th 2011
– Super Bowl Sunday on February 6th 2011
– President’s Day on Monday February 21st 2011
– April Fool’s Day on Friday April 1st 2011
– March Madness on Saturday April 2nd 2011
– Palm Sunday on April 17th 2011
– Passover starting at sunset on Monday April 18th 2011
– Easter on Sunday April 24th 2011
– Mother’s Day on Sunday May 8th 2011
– Memorial Day on Monday May 30th 2011
– Father’s Day on Sunday June 19th 2011
– Independence Day on Monday July 4th 2011
– Tisha B’Av starting at sunset on Monday August 8th 2011
– Labor Day on Monday September 5th 2011
– Rosh Hashanah starting at sunset on Tuesday September 28th 2011
– Yom Kippur starting at sunset on Friday October 7th 2011
– Columbus Day on Monday October 10th 2011
– Halloween on Monday October 31st 2011
– Thanksgiving on Thursday November 24th 2011
– Hanukkah starting at sunset on Tuesday December 20th 2011
– Christmas on Sunday December 25st 2011
– Kwanzaa on Sunday Monday December 26th 2011
– New Year’s Eve on Sunday December 31st 2011

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