Wedding announcements are usually succeeded by the "when" question. At this point, you begin to realize that you are already hyped about your incoming wedding. Yet, you still have no idea when it is actually going to happen. You can wait for the idea to pop up. On the other hand, you can also seek help from our tips below.
Before deciding on a wedding schedule, you need to check with your venue moderator. He should have a good idea of when the venue will be free to hold your knot tying.
With regards to choosing a wedding schedule, it might also be a good idea to check in with your potential guests. Ask them which date they would be available for the wedding. The last thing you want is to throw a wedding when no one is available to rejoice in your event.
If you've already chosen a specific date, you don't have to give in to the availability times of a particular venue. Instead, you can switch venues. Or if the date and venue are already determined, and the only thing that is keeping you from sending out the invitation is the overlap in the availability of the vendors, you can either look for other vendors or try to increase the pay so you can come to a deal.