Many couples don’t have a specific preference of date for the big day. They may just have a season or a month in mind for a variety of reasons, including the weather, convenience, and personal preference. However, there are many dates that may be preferable if they have a particular significance for you.

Here are two ideas you may wish to consider.

1. Meteor showers

For the couple with an interest in amateur astrology, timing your wedding to coincide with the Perseids meteor shower would be a beautiful and romantic choice for a wedding date. This annual meteor shower takes place between July 17 and August 24, but tends to peak mid-August. Being in the height of summer, the chance for a cloudless sky is quite high. What better way to end your wedding day than by looking up to a stunning celestial show on your wedding night? Some might say it’s a lucky omen!

2. Bonfire Night

If autumn weddings are your preference, you may wish to take advantage of a very British celebration. Bonfire Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Night, takes place each year on November 5. Incorporating fireworks into your evening wedding celebrations is a great way to take part in the Bonfire Night festivities, whilst also giving your big day the wow factor.

If you wish to focus your wedding around a particularly special date, the wedding planning team at Delamere Manor will be happy to discuss your plans. We’re one of the top wedding venues in Cheshire, so give us a call today and let us help with your requirements.

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