Deciding when you want to book your wedding? You might want to give these dates a swerve...
#1 Let's start with the basics: Friday 13th!
Traditionally bad luck, some might argue there's no worse start for your marriage than a Friday 13th celebration. So that means avoiding...
- Friday 13 May 2016
- Friday 13 January 2017
- Friday 13 October 2017
- Friday 13 April 2018
- Friday 13 July 2018
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#2 Bank Holidays come with pros and cons
Pro: you and your guests will be able to enjoy a longer weekend. Plus, you'll be able to get more time off work - but without having to cut into too much of your precious holiday time!
Con: weekend weddings are notoriously more expensive, and some prices might take an extra hike over the Bank Holiday.
And the UK Bank Holiday dates are...
- 2 January 2017 - New Year's Day (substitute)
- 14-17 April 2017 - Easter Bank Holidays
- 1 May 2017 - Early May Bank Holiday
- 29 May 2017 - Spring Bank Holiday
- 28 August 2017 - Summer Bank Holiday
- 25 December 2017 - Christmas Day (duh)
- 26 December 2017 - Boxing Day
- 1 January 2018 - New Year's Day
- 30 March 2018 - 2 April 2018 - Easter Bank Holidays
- 7 May 2018 - Early May Bank Holiday
- 28 May 2018 - Spring Bank Holiday
- 27 August 2018 - Summer Bank Holiday
- 25 December 2018 - Christmas Day
- 26 December 2018 - Boxing Day
Again, this might be one for superstitious brides to avoid - although if the thought of an October 31st celebration (it's Tuesday in 2017 and Wednesday in 2018) doesn't phase you, there are 15 brilliant reasons you should have a Halloween wedding here.
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