auspicious days for weddings

Of course, when youris at stake, you are in full con­fi­dence that you are step­ping down the aisle once and for all. True, in life it hap­pens in dif­fer­ent ways … But pre­cise­ly because we firm­ly believe in the unique­ness and unique­ness of this day, every­one, even the most real­is­tic spouse, becomes more super­sti­tious than a vil­lage grand­moth­er.

Accord­ing­ly, your atten­tion is riv­et­ed not only to para­pher­na­lia, such as the choice of dress­es and shoes, but also the most favor­able day for the wed­ding, which should pre­de­ter­mine the course of the entire future life togeth­er.

You can not even doubt — this ques­tion touched not only you. There are spe­cial cal­cu­la­tions that deter­mine these most favor­able days for wed­dings every year.

Month

Let’s start with the month, although per­haps we should say a few words about the year. 2014 — the year of the Horse, is very favor­able for mar­riage, since the horse is a monog­a­mous crea­ture, which means that the union will be strong.

As for the most favor­able months:

  • July — the mid­dle decade of the month is very favor­able for mar­riage;
  • ear­ly Sep­tem­ber — athis month will lead to the immi­nent appear­ance of the first child;
  • Octo­ber — athis month will make fam­i­ly life sta­ble;
  • Decem­ber — will teach young peo­ple from the very first day of mar­ried life to share wor­ries, expe­ri­ences and joys.

Auspicious days of the week for marriage

The most pop­u­lar days for wed­dings are Sat­ur­day and Thurs­day, they are deter­mined not by the “lunar cal­en­dar”, and not even by the Chi­nese, but by the reg­istry office. But nei­ther Sat­ur­day nor Thurs­day are real­ly con­ducive to spe­cial love.

Favor­able days of the week for aare:

  • Wednes­day — it is ruled by Mer­cury, this is a day of com­pro­mise and com­mu­ni­ca­tion;
  • Sun­day — suit­able for cou­ples, where one of the spous­es ful­ly assumes the role of “head of the fam­i­ly”;
  • Fri­day is the day of Venus, which means that com­ments will be super­flu­ous.