Planning you 2022 wedding and beyond

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Are you in midst of planning your 2022 wedding?
It’s never too soon to start planning your wedding day, and as such we have put together some hints and tips to help with your planning through these crazy times.Planning your 2022 wedding and beyond

CONSIDER YOUR DATE

Are you or any of your family members superstitious? If so, you should skip the 13th May 2022, along with the 13th January and 13th October 2023, as they all fall on a Friday.

If a group of your friends are huge sports fans it is worth checking to see if any big sporting events take place in the month you are looking at. No-one wants to see their guests staring at their phones watching football instead of enjoying your wedding day!

For example: The Fifa World Cup will be taking place from 21st November – 18th December 2022

On the plus side, perhaps you can look to book your wedding so it falls over a bank holiday weekend, giving all your guests extra days off work to attend! We have picked out some notable ones for your diaries.

2022 Bank Holidays

May Bank Holiday – Monday 2nd May

Spring Bank Holiday – Monday 30th May

2023 Bank Holidays

May Bank Holiday – Monday 1st May

Spring Bank Holiday – Monday 29th May

SECURE YOUR SUPPLIERS

The earlier you start your planning the more likely you are to secure all your dream suppliers. Take advantage of recommendations from your venue or booked suppliers for other suppliers they love working with. Having a group of people who work well together can only help in making your planning process simpler. If you are using a wedding planner (find our local recommendations here), take their advice on board when looking for the right supplier.


Planning your 2022 wedding and beyond

BACK TO BASICS

After this year, people are remembering the meaning of a wedding and are stripping their planning back to just the priorities. Perhaps a more casual wedding is sounding more appealing then it may have before, or maybe aligning it with a special date means an ‘off-season’ date would be perfect. Has it become more important to have your wedding in a church? Have a chat with your partner about what your dream wedding looks like throughout the planning process to ensure you are both on the same page.

WHAT 2020 HAS TAUGHT US

  • Throughly read all your contracts be signing anything, make sure you know what you are paying and when, and in what situation you would be entitled to a refund.

  • Less is more, intimate weddings are more poular after this year, and this is likely a trend that will continue,.

  • Make sure you have wedding insurance and fully understand what it covers.

Planning your 2022 wedding and beyond

MORE PLANNING TIPS:

10 TIPS TO GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR WEDDING PLANNING

WEDDING PLANNING TIPS TO HELP YOU KEEP YOUR COOL

WEDDING PLANNING TIMELINE

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