The Stars Align: The Perfect Astrological Date For Your Wedding
Looking for your perfect astrological date for your wedding? This guest article from astrologist and tarologist, Mary Aragon, will help you find it.
When it comes to big life events, you want to do everything in your power to make sure all the elements are in your favour. So, how do you make the stars align for your wedding?
A picture of the sky
Choosing a perfect date for a wedding goes deeper than just choosing a perfect weekday that aligns with good weather and everyone’s day off.
Same as people, events can have natal charts too. It’s quite important to choose a ‘perfect’ date for your wedding, as the natal chart of the wedding can sum up and ‘colour’ your entire marriage.
This goes beyond choosing a ‘good day’ in the week for its mythological properties, and for having good (or bad) weather. It’s very important to pay attention to the inner, as well as the outer planets, and even to see if any of the ruling planets conjunct any of the fixed stars from the constellations closest to us.
These “details” can make or break a marital union, which is why there’s so much thought and care invested into choosing a perfect date for both you and your partner in order to create your marital journey together.
How to choose a perfect date?
Choosing a perfect date goes beyond your Sun signs. The most important thing to look for is your Ascendant ruler, as well as your Moon sign and Venus. The same goes for your partner.
Once you have these facts laid out before you, you need an astrological forecast of the sky for the month you’re interested in booking your wedding. And after you’ve done that, then you can opt for the day with the best celestial composition for both you and your partner.
Some of the more common things to watch out for are planets in retrograde motion, avoid getting married when some of the more important planets are in Rx motion, especially if some of those planets are rulers of your charts, or make hard aspects to your Moon or Venus.
How to choose an optimal date
It isn’t good getting too much into the celestial movement and retrograde of the planets, either. There’s not going to be a “perfect-perfect” date nor time, ever. The trick is to be aware of that and choose the most optimal celestial time for your wedding.
The most optimal celestial time entirely depends on you and your partner’s synastry and what works best for the two of you, for what works for you might be a disaster for someone else. This is why it’s important to stay grounded and reasonable when trying to calculate and pick the ‘perfect’ date for your wedding.
Having a reliable Astrologer can be as important as having a dedicated and detailed wedding planner. And the best outcome would be, of course, if they worked together actually.
So, before choosing a perfect flower arrangement, fabric hues and celestial movement, focus on the major plotlines such as the location, the wedding rings, the dress and the month in which you want the wedding to happen. The rest you can leave to the wedding professionals of your choosing. You just need to relax, have the time of your life and step into the happiest chapter of your life.
Mary Aragon is the tarologist and astrologist behind AbcTarot. Her mission is to make tarot and astrology understandable for everyone as a tool for reflecting and understanding our life.
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