Best and Worst Days to Get Married On
Even in ancient cultures, there have always been days which are considered ‘good’ or ‘bad’ days to get married on. While Roman Catholic history teaches that the month of May is good luck due to its association with the Virgin Mary, in Pagan times the month of May was firmly regarded as a bad time to tie the knot – due to May being the time the Beltane Festival was celebrated with outdoor orgies, deemed a bad omen for weddings. In Chinese culture, a wedding date may be deemed suitable or unsuitable based on the Chinese calendar, or factors such as the couple’s zodiac sign. In modern day Britain, there are several factors that make a wedding date ‘good’ or ‘bad’.