I did . It was the only day left at the place I loved lol. I figured it would be ok. Just think of Saturday weddings, Most people take off Friday. So taking off Monday wasnt an issue for them. Who really wants to work on a Monday anyway lol
Hi, we are doing a Sunday ceremony due to the cheaper rate at the venue, it would have been $3,000 more had we picked that Saturday. I think in some way, our guests will appreciate it too, since they can take care of their personal affairs and get well rested that Saturday.
Hello! We chose to do a Sunday wedding because most of our family is flying in from other countries. We want to have Family Fun Day on Saturday when everything is open and the most fun the end the weekend with a celebration. They will be taking a personal day Monday to fly home
Yes!!! We chose a Sunday during Labor day weekend 2020. Most people have off the following day for the holiday and we're making a weekend out of our wedding since most everyone is traveling from out of town. Cost was the same but we want to spend as much time with friends and family before the actual wedding.
I originally wanted to do a Sunday wedding… Not based on cost… But based on the fact that I wanted to have a daytime smooth jazz/neo-soul brunch wedding. I envisioned a variety of brunch menu items at different stations, a mimosa bar with different flavored juices and other cute elements for Sunday brunch. I had in mind a beautiful (covered) outdoor venue out here that sits on the water and overlooks the downtown skyline.
However, we decided to do a DW in Vegas and that same brunch vibe didn’t fit with the hotel’s venue we selected. I actually really like our Vegas venue because it still has a mature vibe and a unique atmosphere. But my second choice is still a Sunday daytime brunch wedding.
We are doing a Sunday! It's a holiday weekend though, so most people will have Monday off! Also, we got a huge discount for having it on a Sunday. It all worked out! The people who want to be there will find a way to make it work
We are having a Sunday ceremony on 10/25/2020 because it is definitely cheaper here in the NYC area, but also because my family will all be traveling down from Canada and would need to take off a travel day, regardless. I'm excited for my long wedding weekend!
Our day is on a Sunday the weekend of labor day do no one has to work the next day. I wanted my coworkers to be able to go. I'm a hairdresser so we all work all the time. Also, it was cheaper to do it on a Sunday.
We are doing Sunday! Original date oct 19 a Saturday and got overbooked, so our second date was Oct 13, Columbus Day weekend. We loved the date and most of my family has off on federal holidays. Military decided we’re Not doing October so now the wedding is January 19th. Also a Sunday, but it’s MLK the 20th so most people still have off the day after!
There is a lot of Sunday weddings, two of my friends did it on Sunday and it was fine because the reception ended at 9pm. My wedding will also be on Sunday, but it is due to my venue being booked all Saturdays in months from January to April. For me it is the same price as Saturday wedding but if it's saves you money, I would definitely go for it
We are having a Sunday wedding (late morning ceremony and early afternoon brunch reception). We did this for a mix of reasons: one was the date (close to a specific one we wanted), lower cost, and the ability to do something a little different. Brunch is still a bit untraditional but we knew we were looking for something more laid back, but still fun.
We are having ours on a Sunday, saving about $2000 on just the venue. I planned on having it during summer break so I can actually enjoy it. I plan on having the rehearsal dinner on that Friday, prep work on Saturday, wedding on Sunday. If people want to be there, they’ll figure something out.