Love Astrology: Professional Astrologer Shares The Best Day To Get Married In 2020

November 26, 2019 14:05

2020 would be the year of new beginnings. It’s not only going to mark a new decade but also a new astrological era. Some might say it’s a pause between how it has been and how it will be. But what can love astrology tell us about 2020? There is one date in the new year which can be the perfect marriage date.

Best wedding date in 2020

Let’s talk about the lucky wedding dates in 2020. Marsha-Ann Brown, Director of Weddings and Romance, reported that a wedding date has proven to be a key factor in the nuptials’ planning. But which date should couples choose in the upcoming year?

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February the 20th is the best date to get married in 2020, astrology says. Professional astrologer Carolyne Faulkner says that number 2 is ruled by the Goddess of Love – Venus. It symbolizes strength and strong commitments.

She explained:

In astrology, number two marks the house of Taurus, and as a sign, it is ruled by Venus - the goddess of love and beauty, representing patience, tenacity and a dedication to remain loyal and work hard to build an incredible, lasting union.

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But February the 20th is powerful not only because of the numerology. On this date, the planets will be in the perfect position to promise a long-lasting union.

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Faulkner said:

On 20/2/20, Saturn Jupiter, Pluto, Mars, and the Moon are all in the same sign, indicating empowered commitments, emotional stability and the fulfillment of sacred contracts.

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Another astrologer Alice Bell believes that your zodiac sign also should play a part when picking the right season to tie the knot.

She states that signs like Libra, Taurus, and Cancer are especially referred to commitment, love, and starting a family. That’s why many couples who believe in astrology choose May, July, or October. When did you get married or when would you like to?

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