The wedding registry is a very handy tool for yourself and your guests, but there are some unwritten rules that apply when creating a wish list that others will shop from. It is important to treat this matter with respect, so here are a few tips to ensure that you get gifts that you will love and enjoy, but that your guests aren’t left feeling put out.
Nervousness is natural. In a day and age when divorce is a highly common word, when everyone can point to at least one marriage that did not last until “death do us part”, it is not surprise that brides-to-be would feel more than a little nervous about the transition from single life to marriage. However, the knowledge that many couples do not make it should not cause you to panic, rather it should be a reminder that this is not easy, for anyone. This is a goal that you will work together to achieve, and there will be many wonderful rewards along the way.
Planning for a wedding can be a wonderful time. The ceremony and reception provide the beautiful celebration that your love deserves. And, the honeymoon is a wonderful time to just be together. But, when all of that is over, it is time to take care of the details that come with marrying. You’ll have to take care of the legal name change, for instance, but this is also a time to start considering a joining of finances. There are several ways that you can manage your money as a married couple, and much of this will likely depend on what stage of life you were in when you decided to marry. The longer a person has been independent, the less likely the couple is to full merge all assets.
Planning for the wedding is so much fun, but don’t forget that there will be other, smaller celebrations before you walk the aisle. The bachelorette party will bring its own version of entertainment, undoubtedly, but there is also the bridal shower to look forward to. Before you cringe, consider the fact that there are ways to host bridal showers that won’t lead to awkward hours for the guests. Bridal showers have gotten a bad name over the years because most associate them with an hour or two of watching a bride-to-be opening casserole dishes and gravy boats. However, just as this generation is boycotting some of the long lived wedding traditions, so too are they changing the look and feel of the bridal shower. You can do the very same.
Every bride wants her wedding to be something that people remember for years to come. In most cases, it is not the ceremony that people clearly remember, but rather the reception that follows. So, if you want to throw a memorable wedding, starting to think about how you can make your reception the party of the year is a great idea.
Most brides will plan their weddings for the warmest months of the year, but you shouldn’t be so quick to rule out a winter wedding. The snow-covered landscape can provide a very stunning backdrop for your special day. Need more incentive to avoid the so-called wedding season? Then, consider these five reasons that we absolutely love winter ceremonies.
When a young woman imagines her wedding day, she generally pictures herself in a gown of white, walking slowly and gracefully toward the person who has captured her heart. What she most certainly doesn’t picture is tripping and falling halfway down the aisle. It has happened, though, and it is likely to be a shared fate if brides do not choose their wedding shoes wisely. And, this selection is not just about preventing trips and falls during the ceremony. It is important that brides consider the impact of dancing the night away in uncomfortable shoes.
Weddings are wonderful celebrations of love and life. They can bring happiness to the bride and groom but also to the many guests who are in attendance. However, the large scale festivities can also be very costly. A single day of joy for all involved can cost $10,000 or more. For young couples, the investment can be a very dear one. If you want to big day without the big price tag, there are a few things that you can do to cut the costs.
From the people who have seen many different types of bridal catastrophes, ranging from a wardrobe malfunction to serious headaches, take the advice that we offer and prepare in advance of your wedding day. There are many different troubles that can
Without fail, the part of the wedding planning that finds the bride at the highest stress level is the seating chart. Trying to determine where people will best fit during the reception is certainly a challenge, but it doesn’t have