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Osorhor Ogenevwegba Michael
Delta state polytechnic otefe oghara ( DESPO )
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
Graduate, Nigeria.
Picking a wedding date in this part of the world requires serious and technical thinking amongst family members of both the bride and the groom. As easy as a wedding date sounds, so many things must be put into consideration before it is chosen.

It can be predicted that some months are rainy seasons while some are not. During the rainy season, it is usually advised not to pick any of the days only for exceptional ceremonies like naming ceremonies and a hall should be considered in this case.

Asides from the rainy days, there are also days that couples and family members should not choose for a party especially for wedding ceremonies. Picking out date is one of the first things to take off your list when planning a wedding. Best be careful, however, not to pick a date you may end up regretting. Here are some of the days to avoid when choosing a date :

#) Holiday Periods

Planning a wedding during Holiday peak periods might not really be a good idea. Prices are usually higher and sometimes, most hotels are already booked.

Try not to have your wedding planned around periods building to festivities or the festival days themselves. Periods like Christmas and New Year weekends, Sallah and Ramadan days should be off your date list.

#) Personally Important Days

For example, if you’re the chairman of your reunion party, or there’s a reunion party happening soon. Your get your friends attention divided because they will end up trying to shuffle between the reunion and your wedding. Unless you’re announcing your wedding date during these significant days, try not to get yourself unnecessary headaches.


#) National Days

Usually, National Days are on locked down. People usually have palns on how to spend this days and the traffic on the road would be massive.

Some of these include Independence Day, Democracy day and so on. Sometimes, there may be a national request to stop movements from a specific time.

You really do not want to get caught in this melodrama. Even though it may be tempting (roads are freer), you would be better off avoiding the risk of an uncertain activity.

#) Election Periods

If your proposal falls during the era of elections, make sure to have your wedding earlier on or after all forms of election is settled.

Not only do you stand security risk, but half your guests also may not turn up because they are voting elsewhere or cannot get transportation to come to you.

#) On a Monday and Friday

Any other neutral day apart from these days. Mondays are a rush as everyone is getting ready for work. Fridays are terrible because everyone is rushing to go party. Unless you have a strict afternoon time, it’s better to avoid it.

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