2018 Wedding: When Are the Lucky Days to Get Married?

When Are the Lucky Days to Get Married?

Wedding is one of the most important occasions in our lives. And in some countries particularly here in Asia, weddings are not only a celebration of two people in-love and ready to live and built new lives together – it is also the union of two families, and planning for the brighter future of their next generations. No wonder it is an important event.

Families are spending thousands to billions for this celebration, making sure everything is on top-most perfection. From the prenup souvenir photos and choosing the best locations, to your dresses and your entourage, your best bridal cake (maybe a huge one or two?), the rings, the honeymoon location, etc. etc.

It’s crazy! But everything is important.





But don’t you know that picking the best and right date to get married is also important?


In Asia, picking the right and luckiest date is important. You don’t just pick a date because you want it, or just because that is the only available schedule of your favourite church.

Based on this year’s feng shui reading, I’ve picked up the luckiest date to get married, thanks from our reliable Feng Shui Master Marites Allen. These dates are the luckiest season to tie a knot, which means a good and happy marriage life.

When Are the Lucky Days to Get Married?

When are the LUCKY dates to get married?

So read along, pickup your calendar, and set aside your wedding catalogue.

January – 12, 13, 24 and 25

February – 6, 7, 18 and 19

March – 2, 3, 15, 16, 27 and 28

April – 9, 10, 21 and 22

May – 3, 4, 5, 16, 17, 28 and 29

June – 10, 11, 22 and 23

July – 4, 5, 17, 18, 29 and 30

August – 11, 12, 23 and 24

September – 4, 5, 17, 18, 29 and 30

October – 12, 13, 24 and 25

November – 5, 6, 18, 19 and 30

December – 1, 13, 14, 25 and 26


Yeah I know ladies, there are only few dates available and if you also think for a long-term goal together, you will find these dates as truly golden!



However, if these dates are not available either you wait the next year of consider the other not-so-lucky dates. But try not to get the unlucky ones.

When Are the Lucky Days to Get Married?

When are the UNLUCKY dates to get married?

Yeah there are unlucky dates were your both moons doesn’t agree with each other, and if you want to avoid having future huge conflicts together, better consider avoiding these dates below.

January – 2, 3, 10, 15, 16, 22, 27 and 28

February – 3, 4, 9, 10, 16, 21, 22 and 28

March – 6, 7, 13, 18, 19, 25, 30 and 31

April – 7, 12, 13, 19, 24 and 25

May – 1, 7, 8, 14, 19, 20, 26 and 31

June – 8, 13, 14, 20, 25 and 26

July – 2, 8, 9, 15, 20, 21 and 27

August – 1, 2, 9, 14, 15, 21, 26 and 27

September – 2, 7, 8, 15, 20, 21, 27

October – 2, 3, 10, 15, 16, 22, 27 and 28

November – 3, 9, 10, 16, 21, 22 and 28

December – 3, 4, 11, 16, 17, 23, 28 and 29


When Are the Lucky Days to Get Married?

Planning is important not only for the pre and wedding day per se, but also for your long term future. Better to consider these dates because we don’t see anything wrong if you follow.

Have you chosen your wedding date? Does it falls into a lucky day? If not, you still have chance to change your mind before you say “I do.”

For other inquiries, don’t hesitate to email us!


xoxo, Blair

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62 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. Ugh. I wish I was getting married this year. My number didn’t show up for my month...so maybe it’s good I’m not getting married!

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    1. Hahaha yeah, let's wait the next year's feng shui reading if your number is a lucky one.

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  2. It is always interesting to read about customs from around the world. I wonder - are the dates lucky for everything or just weddings?

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  3. I am not getting married any time soon but I love that you provided this info. I will definitely be passing this on to a few of my friends who are planning their weddings

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    1. Thanks dear! Maybe yours will come soon.

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  4. Wow - I hadn't considered the date that much when I got married. So interesting that there are so many things to factor in when you choose dates :)

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    1. Yeah. Here in Asia, particularly in Chinese family, planning of wedding is a serious stuff, including the choice of wedding date. Even the tiny areas are important.

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  5. How interesting! We just got married whenever it worked for us. It looks like our wedding date, December 10th, isn't up there. Oops!

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    1. Every year the feng shui prediction changes.

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  6. My husband and I were married on August 16 and I think it was the luckiest day that year! I actually pegged the day we would get married years before!

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    1. That is awesome! You have a happy marriage life.

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  7. How neat! I never knew this. My husband and I married November 6 - looks like we picked a lucky one!

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  8. This is so interesting as I'm getting married soon! I'll keep these dates in mind ;)

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    1. That is awesome and Congratulations! These lucky and unlucky dates are specific for this 2018 only. Next year will have a new sets of lucky and unlucky dates.

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  9. The wedding dates in India are chosen with a lot of care taking into account the horoscopes of the bride and the groom, and auspiciousness of the day as per the almanac. Loved the pics that you shared.

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    1. I agree. Same with Chinese weddings. And I am also applying this principle to myself. It is well to be prepared and plan everything, right?!

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  10. I had no idea there are unlucky dates to get married. Mine was 6th December. 20 years ago..coinsidencely a good choice! πŸ™‚

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  11. Out of all the wedding customs, etc that I have read..I've never read about lucky and unlucky days. Thankfully I'm not superstitious! ;-)

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    1. Good for you. Yeah we Asians have many customs and traditions, we might be superstitious but it works for us and build us strong bond.

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  12. Never knew there were lucky/unlucky days to get married - so many mad little traditions around marriage from colours to foods

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    1. I agree. And there are a lot! Thanks for visiting Aine.

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  13. Do they believe on those lucky days? Perhaps, but more than relaying on luck, it is prudent to learn to take part and mingle.

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    1. For Chinese and Indian weddings, choosing the lucky dates is very crucial and important. It is our custom that works all the time.

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  14. Oh goodness!Now this is kinda funny...I never knew about there being unlucky days of getting married since I hardly see anyone thinking about that. Guess I'll be on the lookout when my time comes. I mean, who would want bad luck befalling on hem on such an important day?

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    1. That is true. But each year as the moon changes its direction, the lucky and unlucky dates also change.

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  15. Wow I didnt know there were lucky and unlucky days to get married. As long as no one gets married on a Friday the 13th!

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    1. LOL that is funny. But if Friday the 13th falls as a lucky date during that year according to feng shui, then still many will get married.

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  16. Oh my goodness, Blair! Where were you when I was selecting dates for my wedding 12 years ago? ☺️ thanks for doing the legwork and making it plain and simple for those to be waited. You are awesome! πŸ’• xo, Evelyn, PathofPresence.com πŸ¦‹

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    1. Hahaha 12-years ago? Am still a college student and trying to look cute :D

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  17. Great post for soon to be married couples. As a Filipino, we are really superstitious especially on dates. Good thing my birthday is not an unlucky date. haha!

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  18. I love feng shui! I'm all about picking the lucky dates when that time comes... but as for now, I'm in no rush to get remarried ; ) I'll keep these in mind and revisit here in a couple-few years!

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    1. Don't rush and enjoy life! When the time comes, a new sets of lucky dates will come as well.

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  19. Finally after being with my fiance for 10 years, I am thinking about getting married around this time next year. I'll have to be sure to see what the lucky dates are before I pick a date.

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    1. If these dates doesn't suits you, you can wait for next year for a new sets of lucky dates. Every year it change.

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  20. I've always thought that choosing the right date was very important when it came to weddings. This all validates what I've always felt.

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    1. All is about the right timing and planning.

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  21. So coo. My friend is getting married in 2018 and i would love to share this with her ;)

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    1. Wow hope one of these lucky dates will suit your friend.

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  22. I never thought to look to see if our wedding date was lucky or not, but it must have been. Couples can use all the good feeling they can get when planning their weddings, so knowing your date is a good one is reassuring.

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  23. Angela Ricardo BetheaMarch 23, 2018 at 12:49 PM

    This is such an interesting issue to talk on. My cousin and his fiance are planning to get married this year. I will share this to them and i know it will help them planning the date of their wedding.

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  24. My friend is getting married next year and I think they need this tips. Will share this blog post to them.

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    1. Thank you Candy! But these dates are for 2018. If they will be getting married next year, it will be a different lucky dates.

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  25. If I am ever fortunate enough to be proposed to< i will be sure to come over here and check out the dates. Fascinating to know that there are even special lucky days to be wed.

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    1. Yeah, and there is nothing wrong to plan thorough for your wedding date.

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  26. It would be nice to get married on a lucky date! That would provide some peace of mind for the day. My date was not on there so I'm neither lucky or unlucky i guess.

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    1. If you are currently in a happy marriage then you wed on a lucky day. These dates are just for 2018.

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  27. I love the idea of dates to avoid, luckily my date (Aug 6th) seems to be in neither catagory.

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  28. It's tradition to marry on lucky dates...Although there could be any day you can pick as wedding day...but marry someone is an emotional matter so we rely on such traditions to be sure.

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    1. I agree. Better choose the right date, to maximize all the good luck.

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  29. The second to last picture where the lady is wearing a floral wedding dress is the most beautiful to me. It's not traditional but its very elegant.

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    1. Yeah I agree. We can decide to have traditional weddings or not, after all it is your wedding day.

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  30. That is an interesting concept about getting married only on those days. Happy to hear that if I get married on my birthday it won't be bad luck.

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  31. Heheheheh, i find this quite amazing though never knew something like existed. So cool to learn a new thing from your blog as always.

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