The photographer is a very important part of your wedding day. After all, this is the person who will be responsible for capturing the memories that you will back on for the rest of your life. Be sure that you hire a person who is both talented and trustworthy. Here are a few of the questions that you should definitely ask before signing the contract.
Planning for the big day can be a lot of fun, and the wedding itself is always wonderful, but in the hours, days and weeks after the big event, you can often find that there are many responsibilities that can put a damper on your good mood. However, you can make life much easier and cut down your post-ceremony responsibilities by planning ahead.
While every couple is different, and many successful relationships have gone against the grain, there are a few things that every member of a long running relationship will agree must be present in a marriage.
Every bride-to-be experiences moments of frustration during the planning process. Whether it is a result of butting heads with the mother of the groom, suffering for the inadequacy of vendors, or discovering that the weathermen had it all wrong, obstacles can be devastating. If you hope to keep your cool and to avoid being the stereotypical bridezilla, take these three tips into consideration.
Most guests at a wedding expect there to be dancing, but that doesn’t mean that they will be brave enough to approach the empty dance floor. If you have any hope of getting your guests on the floor, you are going to need some help and a bit of planning.
You know you want her to be at your side throughout the wedding planning, and on the big day, but you want to be sure that you ask her in the perfect way. There are many ideas for how you might “pop the question” to your maid of honor, but we particularly like the following.