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Wedding Stars: Using Astrology to Pick Your Wedding Date!
Use Astrology to Pick Your Wedding Day Astrologers scratch their heads at the flurry and scurry for June weddings. Sure, the weather's getting warmer and you can have an outside gazebo wedding, but the majority of June falls under the sign of Gemini - a mentally based air sign not known for fullness of feeling and the hot diggity dog of what love is supposed to be. So, when should a person get married according to the stars? Here's how to use astrology to pick the best wedding date.

A few general rules apply on how to pick your wedding date based on the stars.

First, avoid Mercury retrograde at all costs. These intervals of Mercury's apparent wrong way street pop up three or four times a year for roughly three weeks at a time. These Mercury eras may mar wedding plans in a plethora of ways from the wrong names frosting the wedding cake to a traffic jam preventing the minister from getting to the church on time.

Pick a Sun sign that matches why you're getting married. If you want love and romance and good gooey feelings, you could consider Libra (but it can be a bit aloof and abstract) but certainly the water signs: Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces. If you want someone with whom you have banter and the mental stimulation that can carry a relationship well after the honeymoon is over, give Sagittarius a look as well as the air signs: Gemini, Libra and Aquarius, which all love mental exchanges.

Should it be stability you're after, you could go with security-based Cancer for a summer wedding (and it gives you the last week of June) or the resourceful earth signs: Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn. Of course, weddings performed during earth signs might require a pre-nuptial document to carve details in stone. Finally, if you want adventure, go for it-ness and a likely work out partner, get married while enjoying the spark of the one of the fire signs: Aries, Leo and Sagittarius.

The Moon sign of the day of marriage offers a huge consideration as well. Using the sign guide in the Sun sign paragraph above, apply those ideas remembering that the Moon offers the emotional tone and sets the standard for how the partners will support, honor, adore and care for the other.

Since Venus classically represents the female and Mars bears the masculine archetype, these two planets crave a happy place with respect to each other. Here's a tricky wicket to navigate with Venus and Mars: traditionally astrology seeks relationships of ease between planets and signs. That's just nifty for a long walk and sitting on the porch watching sunset. But to get the... you know... hot steamy stuff percolating to the brink of spontaneous combustion, you'll need a tense and friction-based aspect between the 'her' planet and the 'him' planet (the same principle applies to same sex unions, by the way). Bear in mind that such a tense pattern might get a little testy later on in matters of money and emotional need.

It's always best to contact a professional astrologer to assist you with the best wedding date. While there is no 'perfect' date, your astrologer can set you up with a horoscope that supports your relationship. Before contacting your astrologer, check with your intended venue for available dates. No point in getting chart forecasts for unavailable dates.

One final point to keep in mind, an astrologer may recommend an impossible wedding date, such as Wednesday at 11:37 P.M. Vows can be privately, legally and ceremonially exchanged at such a time, with all the hoopla and regalia at an 'unofficial' time convenient for family, relatives and venue to occur later.


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By drizzle, Thursday, July 10, 2008 08:38:58 PM
I think newlyweds need all the luck they can get, so why not check the stars too! LOL. Seriously, there's no harm in it I can see but I certainly wouldn't let it develop into a major consideration for the big day. I read my star like everyone else but take it all with a very large grain of salt.
By Melvin, Wednesday, July 09, 2008 08:35:19 AM
You are right. I am seeing a lot of people these days not really giving focus on it. Though it may not be that important I still believe that people should consult one. It can help you set the date where you are both compatible with.
By Prasanna, Wednesday, July 09, 2008 08:03:38 AM
While most of them thinks that they do not have to check for the auspicious day according to their horoscopes. I am totally against it. I wish it is our duty to check for it. I do not blindly believe them and trust them for everything. But there are certain things for which these things have to be taken care. So marriage is an important part of life. We must be cautious and careful enough in doing things. After a failure, it is unnecessary to regret about the past. So better prevent yourself from such mishaps. Or if you are a person who do not believe in this, then later do not think about the horoscopes for ever. This is the best thing to go with.
By Green, Wednesday, July 09, 2008 04:41:45 AM
Great article! After two failed marriages I was actually looking for something like this to select a perfect day if I decide to get married again. The first time I got married was in october - under the libra sign, and just like you mentioned, it was full of love and romance. The second time was in June under the Gemini sign and we spent a lot of time talking and having good discussion. Even after the divorce, we still have nice long and intellectual conversations. I am really looking for love, romance, good conversations and stability in my next marriage. Will surely use your article as a reference.

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