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Finally, here are some dates to avoid in general: You may also wish to consider avoiding the busiest wedding months—August, June, July, September, October, and May—in order to have a wider selection of vendors and reception sites, and to get off-season deals.(For instance, many parishes will not allow weddings to be scheduled late on Saturday afternoons.to avoid conflicting with the usual Saturday evening Mass.) You might want to consider avoiding weekends when the parish staff is already really busy (and stressed) preparing for other parish celebrations, such as Confirmation, First Communion, parish festivals, etc.Most parishes will allow you to set your wedding date after your premarital interview with a priest or deacon (assuming there is nothing that would delay or prevent your marriage).Most dioceses require that the wedding occur at least six to eight months after this initial interview in order to allow enough time for marriage preparation.
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