Secure your dream venue
That venue you’ve had your heart set on may have its Saturdays booked out for months, or even years, in advance, particularly following the coronavirus delay. But even the most sought-after and seemingly out-of-reach venues may have midweek availability, so if you’re not willing to compromise the quality of your venue a weekday wedding could be the answer.
What’s more? They may have weekday openings during peak seasons and at a more affordable price! *Cue the confetti*
You’ll get more choice of suppliers
Opting for a weekday wedding means you could secure your first choice of suppliers, as typically Saturdays and Sundays are heavily demanded days for suppliers.
Therefore, if your wedding day is between a Monday and Friday you could get your preferred suppliers, from make-up artists to photographers! Which would mean you don’t have to comprise the important elements of your day.
So, changing your wedding to a weekday would expand your options! Just be aware that since most suppliers work weekends, they may take some mid-week days off. If you do have your heart set on a particular supplier, it’s worth asking which weekdays they’re available to work.