Summer may be one of the most popular seasons for weddings, but February is known as National Weddings Month. Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, is obviously one of the most-chosen days to tie the knot because of the feelings of love and romance attached to the holiday, but it’s not the only popular day to say “I do.” Many brides send out wedding invitations for Feb. 29, which is another hot day to get married during this winter month. In fact, women (yes, women!) in Finland are advised to propose on this date, as it’s said to be good luck. There are a few reasons why this is the perfect day to exchange vows:
Great for forgetful couples
Have trouble remembering your own birthday? Well, if you get married on a leap year, your anniversary appears every four years. Say goodbye to arguments about forgetting a wedding anniversary!
Throw a big party
One bride who got married on Feb. 29 loves the fact that instead of doing little things to celebrate every year, she and her spouse can throw a big anniversary party every four years with all of their closest friends and family. They can splurge on a large bash where they look back on the past four years. Plus, it saves money not having to buy an anniversary present with the passing of each year.