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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Most Popular Wedding Days

Filed under: Wedding Tips — Larry James @ 7:00 am

saturdayweddingMy experience tells me that in the Greater Phoenix area Saturday is the most popluar day for weddings followed by Friday and Sunday.

Holding your wedding on a day other than a Friday or Saturday can often save you money.

Some – not all – resorts, wedding venues, halls, caterers, and other wedding service providers will often give you a discount if you hold your wedding on an “off-day”. Ask them about discounts for “off-day” weddings. If they don’t currently have such a policy, see if they will negotiate one with you.

Also consider having your wedding during the less popular months of June through September – the so called Arizona “off season” – can often save you money too.

If your wedding will be in Arizona, March through May and October through December are the busiest wedding months. The weather is excellent during those months, so call to book early.

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