National Wedding Planning Day
National Wedding Planning Day is observed next on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022 (35 days from today).
National Wedding Planning Day is celebrated annually on March 1st. It is time for you to start planning your wedding as soon as possible, to reduce stress or a vacation for couples to get inspired for their own wedding planning journey.
History of National Wedding Planning Day
The Knot has founded National Wedding Day in 2017 with the aims to help encourage engaged people to start setting wedding dates as soon as possible. Millions of people get married every year, but many of them hold their wedding last minute or don't even make it to their wedding day due to the stress of planning the event! Every year, they offer a range of information to help people plan their wedding creatively and reduce stress. Well, the more comfortable the better when you have two families that are son-in-law coming together.
If you're getting married, you definitely know how stressful it can be when planning your big day. National Wedding Planning Day is about arranging everything together and organizing them to make sure that your wedding has no a hitch.
How to celebrate National Wedding Planning Day
Let start by sitting down and making a plan for yourself. A lot of people just fantasize about a beautiful wedding they will have, but they have very little concept of what they will need to have such a beautiful wedding. Once you've got an idea of what you want, it's time to start breaking it down into its compilations, including deciding how you'll handle the invitation, getting a list of all real allergies products of all your guests, choose wedding colors, and more. If that's within your reach, then it's best to find yourself a wedding planner who knows their way around events like this so it all comes together. Don't let your big day be ruined by a stress ball, use National Wedding Planning Day to help it progress.
ObservedNational Wedding Planning Day has been observed annually on March 1st.
Sunday, March 1st, 2020
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The Knot on March 1st, 2017