Planning a wedding reception is as daunting as planning for the wedding ceremony itself. Whether youíre planning a large or small reception, you still need proper organization, close attention to details, and careful preparation.
Aside from the venue, the catering, the decorations and the guest favors, another important aspect to consider is the entertainment. Thereís no doubt about it: music can either make or break the celebration. While some opt for DJs, a majority of other couples
You found the perfect man, he gave you a gorgeous ring and you booked a wonderful venue. Now youíre ready to go out shopping for the wedding gown of your dreams. It can be an overwhelming experience the first time you set foot into a bridal store. Here are a few tips to help make your experience as enjoyable and stress free as possible.
Do Some Research First
Find pictures of wedding dresses you like before you ever set foot into a bridal
Choosing a wedding gown is one of the most exciting parts of planning a wedding. However, with all the different types and styles of dresses, it can also be a little overwhelming. Before setting out to shop for your wedding gown, itís a good idea to learn about the different types of skirts and dresses available, as well as the style that looks best on your body type. Youíll feel better about the wedding gown shopping experience and better about yourself if you choose dresses to try on that accentuate
by Ajanta RoyA wedding ring is not only a symbol of your love; it is also a fashion accessory that will be with you for a long time. So you need to choose a ring that reflects your personality, rather than a ring style that may be a passing fashion or is picked up at a discount sale.
You will appreciate your wedding ring more if you put a little thought into it.
Are you a simple no-frills type of guy?
Then the classic gold wedding ring may appeal.
Save the date folks, more brides and grooms are having Friday Night Weddings and here are 12 big reasons why.
Over 2.3 million couples are getting married in the U.S. each year, and that number is expected to grow as the "echo boom", children of the baby boomers are moving into the engagement zone. Today's brides and grooms are more sophisticated than ever before, have a higher education and better career opportunities. Because of these 3 factors