Yesterday I got an e-mail from a friend whom I call Sarah. She is planning a second wedding on short notice. Sarah’s a Virgo rising and has very high standards. A Sun/Moon conjunction in Gemini, she has a great sense of humor and has kept me in stitches with stories of a family who did everything right, whom she dubbed “The Perfects.”
Sarah is counting on me to come up with a perfect time and date for her wedding, which will most likely take place in or near London. Obviously, it’s too late for an 8-8-8 wedding favored by so many Chinese couples and at least one in Lily Dale, N.Y., but I think I’ve come up with a pretty sweet chart. It’s set for 9 a.m. in London on Sept. 10, 2008.
You can look at the chart here.
It’s got a Venus/Mars/Mercury stellium sitting on the partnership-oriented Libra Ascendant square Jupiter in Capricorn, which is coming off a powerful station. To give the whole thing staying power and to reflect the fact that this a wedding of a middle-aged couple, I’ve picked a time when the Moon in mature Capricorn is trining the Sun in perfectionist Virgo. Sober Saturn is broadly conjunct the Sun and trining the Moon.
What do you think? What I like about this chart is that it’s got both lights, the masculine Sun and the feminine Moon, in favorable aspect to each other, as well as a conjunction between sexy Venus and martial Mars.
With the Venus/Mars duo also conjunct Mercury, I won’t be surprised if this couple ends up on the front page of the paper, especially since it’s magnified by the square to the Great Expander Jupiter. This is big news, folks!
What about Saturn, you ask? He’s the glue that holds everything together.
If you’re interested in learning more about the astrology of wedding dates, read my post on April Elliott Kent’s new book, Star Guide to Weddings, here. If you’re trying to set a perfect date for your own wedding, get in touch with April: She specializes in this area.