So I'm engaged and people have lied about how it really is. There is so much people don't tell you. People will tell you that this is the most amazing time of your life. Let me tell you the truth of my journey and others.
WHAT QUESTIONS SHOULD YOU ASK A WEDDING PLANNER? TIPS ON HOW TO INTERVIEW A WEDDING PLANNER
As your wedding day is meant to be an auspicious and joyous event, you'll want to ensure that you've done all the extensive planning necessary to avoid any mishaps on the big day.
Every day in this country, many a merry person gets wed. Whether they are big ceremonies or small, in cities or countrysides, traditional or modern, expensive or budgeted, we all come across guidelines of things we should or should not do, in order for our wedding to be as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
Love is magical, right ladies? When we finally find the right person to handle all of our moods, support all of our endeavors, take on all of life's adventures with you... it's truly out of this world. We know when we've found the one pretty easily. There are signs, like puzzle pieces, we just put together. For me, I knew Tyler was the one almost right off the bat. Let's break it down.
While shooting candids, capturing those unplanned, fleeting moments full of genuine emotion is my personal aim for my wedding clients, most of us want to have at least a few posed photos on our Big Day. These do not have to take a long time, and can, believe it or not, be quite fun. Typically, your photographer will help you choose a good location (or several), so as not to disrupt the flow of your event, and he or she will help you pose comfortably. But following are a few quick tips to help you and your partner increase the odds of loving your posed images:
I thought what I was asking of my wedding photographer was nothing extraordinary. I wanted a mix of black and white and color (and some sepia, which I love); lots, and I mean lots of editorial pictures; no misty, “Vaseline” images; a few formals.
It is that time of year where couples are getting engaged, and planning their special day together. My wedding planning will be easier than some of the couples that I know. You usually see the bride doing all of the work, and all the man has to do is show up and wear a tux. I am lucky that my man wants to have a say in what colors go well together, and which ones do not. What place setting goes with which linens. I am lucky that we are planning our wedding, and not having just me planning my wedding. This part of the wedding can be stressful.
If you're a parent, you'll be faced with helping your children plan their weddings at some point. While you will have to let them make most of the big decisions themselves, the best way you can be helpful is by offering money-saving tips that will help them trim their wedding budget. Considering they still have a honeymoon to plan and a new life to get started, finding ways for the happy couple to trim wedding expenses can be a tremendous help.
Everyone loves a wedding. Perhaps, though, apart from the poor souls that have to pay for it all. Weddings and marriages are joyous occasions, and there is a whole industry out there which is dedicated to making your special day extra special. However, costs can soon spiral, and before you know it, you could be spending thousands. So what can you do to make sure your costs aren’t too steep for the big day?
Probably the biggest party you’ve ever hosted, your wedding needs to be something that is well-thought-out, and meticulously planned, while also making sure it leaves a lasting impression. But how does one throw an extravagant wedding without going broke? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Hello everyone, my name is Teresa and I am getting married on October 12, exactly 82 days from today. Am I nervous? No. Am I terrified? No. And I ready? Absolutely not! Don't get me wrong, I am very excited to start this next, new chapter of my life, I am just not so excited about being a bride!