My fiance and I are getting married on December 17. Originally planning (due to out-of-town wedding guests) to have the ceremony in July of 2010, we've instead decided that there will be no formal ceremony and that we will wed, with no guests, on our three-year anniversary.
Because we made a somewhat last-minute decision based on our hearts, I decided to consult the stars. Had we had a Cancer wedding as originally planned, our marriage would have been more focused on nurturing each other and giving back to our family, and the wedding an intimate affair with heirloom pieces. That was what we had originally planned, and it seemed to fit our relationship (and our planned wedding ceremony)
Many people plan their weddings by astrology (as evidenced not only by previous conversations I've had with readers on Twitter but also by the number of copies of April Elliott Kent's Star Guide to Weddings we continue to sell). The astrology of your wedding date can have a significant impact on what kind of marriage you will have: will you be the hosts with the most or will you be homebodies? Regularly church-going or simply spiritual? Kid-friendly or child-free?
Currently engaged, I am tentatively planning for a wedding date in July of 2010 (we've picked July not only because my parents travel 1500 miles each Fourth of July to visit me and my siblings, so we would cut down on any