Pros and Cons of Holiday Weddings

Having a holiday wedding can be fun for you and your guests.

Popular holidays for weddings are Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Fourth of July and St. Patrick’s Day. Memorial Day and Labor Day and are popular because of the long weekends, which give guests and extra day to travel.

Weddings during the month of December can always incorporate the Christmas theme. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day weddings would conflict with everyone’s family time and probably wouldn’t be appreciated. If you have a December wedding, try to avoid Christmas music so your wedding doesn’t turn into a Christmas party.

During my career as a professional musician and DJ, I performed at many New Year’s Eve weddings. Guests were always ready to party.

For some interesting reading go to the Knot: Is It Rude to Have Your Wedding on a Holiday?

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