Wedding Planning – More About Choosing Your Wedding Date

A few weeks ago, we published a blog about getting married in 2018 and reviewed the 2018 calendar illustrating great dates for weddings in 2018.  (Click here to read that post again.)

Well, today we thought we would throw out some additional fun information about planning and choosing that wedding date.

The Chinese believe that any date that ends in an 8 are 9 are particularly lucky as 8 symbolizes infinity and 9 represents fulfillment.  Feng Shui claims that the 8th, 9th, 18th, 19th, 28th, and 29th are great wedding dates.  And alternatively, any date that adds up to 8 is good, like the 17th and 26th for example.  You can also research in a lot more detail what the Chinese consider auspicious dates which is very important in Chinese culture.  By choosing a good date you will be blessed with good luck in marriage.  It’s best to refer to their chart and know your zodiac sign   Check out www.yourchineseastrology.com for more information.

Marriage is one of our major events in life and Palmistry can predict when you get married.  Palmistry uses your marriage lines (the little lines on the edge of a palm below the pinkie) to tell you when you are most likely to get married.  These marriage lines may suggest whether you will get married early or late in life.  Have some fun and learn more at the same web site just listed in the above paragraph.

I decided to get married on my husband’s birthday because it was an easy date to remember.  You can also choose something like that or other easy dates such as 8/8/18.  It’s easy to remember and might be really lucky with all those 8s.

Another date that I particularly like is New Year’s Eve because it gives you an entire year of tax savings – file your taxes as MARRIED!  It’s also believed by the Irish to be a lucky date as the wedding couple starts the New Year as husband and wife.

The reason so many brides choose June is yes, because the weather is great.  But did you know that June is considered a good month for marriages since the month is named after Juno, the Roman Goddess of marriage.

And finally, there is a poem that can be your guide:

A January bride will be a prudent housekeeper and very good tempered

A February bride will be an affectionate wife and a tender mother

A March bride will be a frivolous chatterbox somewhat given to quarrelling

An April bride will be inconsistent or forceful but well-meaning

A May bride will be handsome, agreeable and practical

A June bride will be impetuous and generous

A July bride will be handsome but a trifle quick tempered

An August bride will be agreeable and practical as well

A September bride will be discreet, affable and much liked

An October bride will be pretty, coquettish, loving but jealous

A November bride will be liberal and kind but sometimes cold

A December bride will be fond of novelty, entertaining but extravagant”.

 

So, whatever you choose, let your heart be your guide

 

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