Even more than you could think, since it's actually not critical to get hitched on a Sat. .
after you call on the church / church, rite venue or reception hall, you can doubtless find many dates already filled, particularly if you call less than 9 months ahead. But perhaps you do not have vital location.
Perhaps you have an image in your consciousness of the ideal marriage. Or fragile pastels, gossamer pashminas for the bridesmaids, and a dove release. A few of the people know precisely what flower displays they desire at their marriage. Flowers are such a great part of the marriage budget, if particular ones are crucial to you, you may want to order your date around them. You decide on one or a few stores, make a registry online or in the flesh, select numerous items, and get the word out to your visitors. In practice, things are a touch more difficult -- but only a little bit. At the same time, you cannot take everything they are saying at face value. If not, and guests are flying in from far away, pick from some bride-tested standbys sure to be present nearly anywhere. Macy's has a great name for registries, as does Williams-Sonoma, Bed Bath & Beyond and other shops. Store policies change quite dramatically, starting from the easy-does-it ( who'll give you money back for returns off the registry, no questions asked ) to the highly limiting ( who'll only let you exchange for another item *in that department*, needs a bill for each item, and so on ). To study flower availability charts, Google for "flower availability by month. Brides regularly find that by marrying near Xmas , they benefit from already-decorated churches and don't have to add much themselves. And , if they shop the year before, they can stock up on decorations at amazingly discounted post-holiday sales. You may find your own life gives more steerage than you suspect.