Happy Valentine’s Day – Will You Marry Me?
Approximately 2.6 million Americans get married every year and of those marriages about 10% of the proposals take place on Valentine’s Day! That makes Valentine’s the single most popular day of the year for proposals of matrimony.
The definition of Romance is: “The feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love.” Many people celebrate this one day a year by expressing their love for one another with purchases ($13.19 Billion is the average amount spent on this day) and flourishing their affection toward tradition.
February 14th automatically sends a message to hearts as symbolized by a bow and arrow. The message is that the creation of love should be followed by taking the steps to prove that you mean it. Spending money, buying gifts and proposing set the lifelong stage for unity and marriage. However, once you have proposed and the date is set, then the next important question is “What is the perfect venue for the wedding?”
There are a variety of venues when it comes to choosing where your memories will be made for this unique day. Some choose the beach, others a church or even their backyard. This choice will be one of the most essential ones you will ever make.
So, how do you choose the right location and atmosphere for your special day?
Take these things into consideration when you are making your choice:
- How many guests do you want? Is your wedding going to be small or large?
- What type of wedding style do you want and what do you want the ambience to be?
- Can the venue you are considering provide full turn-key service…everything you need?
- Will the venue accommodations meet any special needs that you or your guest might have?
Some people are born with a “little bit of country” in their soul. Others have to stumble upon it. But one thing is for sure…a whole lot of magical nostalgia comes with the right choice. There is an exceptional sensation of romance that goes with the quietude connected to the ambience of making memories in a country setting.
There are pros and cons to all choices, but the bottom line is that the choice is an important one to be made by the bride and groom. What feels good to you both will end up being right, as long as it meets all of the needs of the occasion. Take your time and remember it all started with “Will you marry me?” on Valentine’s Day.