Valentine's Day is right around the corner and that means there will be a lot of engagements happening soon. After you get the ring and do the social media posts then what? Well, you have to pick a date. That's the first of a zillion decisions you're going to have to make when you get engaged. We asked our Mike and Tricia listeners how they picked their wedding dates. There are some good ideas here!

Yaz said:

Our wedding day was determined by FOOTBALL! My husband is a huge, obsessed college football and NFL fan. So our wedding day HAD to be on the Saturday where no football was taking place! Very romantic!

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Lucy said:

Our wedding day chose us! We had a date in May that we wanted but our church and the venue were booked so we went with the following weekend and it worked out! The date didn’t matter, we just knew we wanted to get married!

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Pat said:

We both graduated '87, got married 8-7 he picked the date

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Jenna said:

Our wedding date is 7/19. It was picked out because we both have birthdays in July. My birthdate is the 1st and my husbands is the 9th. Hence 7/19. Aww! lol!

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Amber said:

Picked my wedding close to my moms birthday 2 days after actually. But picked August because it was still consider in the summer and still nice and warm outside to have a outside wedding

Adri said:

My husband and I wanted to get married on Halloween, but we went Catholic traditional (a big regret of mine) and we had to pick the last Saturday of the year. Unfortunately, the hall was taken that day (October 29), but the 22 was available. So we got married on October 22. It’s still October, so we were happy.

Katherine said:

We got married on our 3yr dating anniversary. Much easier to remember

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