By Rebecca White

Another celebrity wedding is underway. Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello recently revealed that they will tie the knot this coming fall. The famous couple got engaged over the holidays after only six months of dating and the marriage plans are not moving much slower. According to UsMagazine.com, although the Hollywood couple are still finalizing the wedding date, one thing they do know is that their celebrity wedding will be huge. “It’s going to be big,” Vergara said. “We started off with 20 [on the guest list], and now there’s like pages and pages.”

Whether it’s a celebrity wedding or not, timing is crucial. What are some ways to decide when to have your wedding like this famous couple?

Cupid’s Advice:

Setting the date of your wedding is one of the hardest decisions to make after getting engaged. Should you go for a long engagement or a short one? Should you follow the love advice of your family and friends, or follow your heart? Cupid has some tips:

1. Choose your season: First, let’s start broad and then narrow our way to the perfect date. Choosing the season you want to get married comes first. Do you want summer beach pictures? Would you prefer pictures with the leaves changing color in the fall? Think of what season makes for the best pictures.

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2. Choose your price: The budget can actually decide when the ceremony will take place. For example, June, July, August, and September are the most popular times to marry, so the prices during these months will be higher. Also, deciding to marry on a weekday instead of the weekend can save money, as Saturday night weddings carry a hefty price tag.

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3. Keep in mind the no-no days: After choosing what season, what month, and whether or not it will be a weekend or weekday, then you have to keep in mind specific days. For example, take a poll of the most important people who have to be there and block off their no-no days. Keep in mind various religious holidays, crunch time at work, and any other plans that may come in the way. Choosing your no-no days will narrow down your options once again, and then you’re ready to decide!

How will you decide when your wedding date will be? Comment below!