Stressing out about the ideal event date?

Here are some tips to pick the perfect day to walk down the aisle. Symbolism How romantic would it be to marry on the date you first met, on the day you officially became a couple or on your grandparents' anniversary?You may not be able to marry on the exact day you want—the venue you love may be booked or that special date could fall on a Monday—but you can probably get pretty close. Season Weather not only affects your wedding's style and location, it can also help set a mood. If it's snowing outside, or it's 90 degrees, people will behave differently. Consider your wedding personality, then choose your season accordingly.Free-spirited fun, tropical-inspired cocktails and sun-dappled settings: Stick with a summer wedding. Opulence, snowfall and holiday sparkle: Try a winter wedding. Rich colors, nostalgia and mulled apple cider: Go for a fall wedding. Freshness, pastels and a daffodil bouquet: A spring wedding is your thing.   Price Budget may affect your choice. December, July and May were the most popular months to marry in 2016, so prices are inevitably higher. But if, for example, you're planning a wedding in January, March or October, it may cost less because 50 other couples aren't lined up behind you offering to pay top dollar. Days of the week also matter: Saturday nights carry the heftiest price tag, but marry during the week and the world is your oyster (venues may even bid against each other to get your business).   Holiday If you've always wanted a Nutcracker wedding, or you'd love a heart-covered wedding cake, sounds like you're a holiday wedding couple. Want to...