Perks of Getting Married on a Week Day

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With many venues often booked out and prices at their highest, make weekend weddings a thing of the past by booking your big day between Monday-Friday! Here are our top 5 reasons to choose a weekday wedding!


1. Secure the venue of your dreams!

Weekend weddings get booked out months (and even years) in advance! By going with the less popular option of a weekday, you are more likely to secure the location you were after with no fuss. 

2. Save a fortune!

Weekend surcharges are still very apparent in the wedding industry, with venues and vendors often over-charging clients who wish to utilise their services over Friday-Sunday. By saving a pretty penny on your venue, you can afford to put those dollars towards your dream gown or make your table setting that little bit more fancy. 

3. Padlock the date you want!

Do you and your partner have a very special date? Maybe your anniversary or the day you first met. Why not choose this and make it your wedding date so you remember and cherish it forever! Availability on weekdays is a lot more common, so take the pressure off one more thing by securing your date quickly.

4. Choose your favourite vendors and easily secure them! 

Vendors have a huge amount of availability during weekdays so it makes it super simple to choose your favourite and book them in! Makes sure you avoid the disappointment of finding your dream vendor only to find they are booked on your big day! 

5. Fly away to your honeymoon for less!

Weekday flight and accomodation packages have wonderful deals available during the week, so why not book your honeymoon for straight after your weekday wedding and save even more money. 


Are you still looking for your dream wedding gown? We'd love to help design it! Our beautiful and extensive range of bespoke bridal designs, created by renowned Brisbane designer, Vanessa Hoe, cater to every kind of budget. Shop our brand new GEORGIA COLLECTION here

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