Is a New Year’s Eve Wedding a Good Idea?

Planning a wedding is no child’s play – and that’s something everyone can attest to. From the colors you will use on your wedding day, to the wonderful wedding gown you will wear, and the music that will play as you walk down the aisle, every single element of this special event has to be flawless.

…And it all starts with choosing the right wedding date. Is a New Year’s Eve wedding a genuinely good idea? Or would it be much better if you set your date on another day? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.


  • First and foremost, it is always important to remember you are the only one who has the right to make any kind of decisions related to your Big Day. This is your special moment, your time to shine – and nobody else, aside from you and your loved one, has the right to tell you what to do.
  • As to whether or not a NYE wedding is a good idea, it all depends on how you look at it. On the one hand, New Year’s Eve weddings are really romantic and unforgettable – and they “double” the festive mood with their theme.
  • On the other hand, there are certain aspects of a NYE wedding you should definitely consider before making any plans. For example, you should expect to encounter higher venue and vendor prices during this time of the year. Likewise, you might want to expect quite a few negative RSVPs as well – especially since a lot of people have already made plans for this holiday and they will not be able to cancel them in due time.

Looking for a romantic wedding venue for your special day? We have the perfect solution for you – Black Horse Inn, a superb historical venue in Virginia. Contact us, come visit us, and book us for an unforgettable Big Day!


Photo source: MattRichmond




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