When it comes to love it does not matter where or how you have your wedding day celebrated. The most important thing is to choose a partner with whom you would enjoy every single day after the party has ended.
As long as marriage has been the center of important passages in our lives, brides have taken the name of their betrothed. Although the percentages have slightly decreased, Psychology Today and a Google poll confirm that 80% of brides still continue this condition. Even a small portion of the remaining 20% of brides choose to take their spouse’s last name by hyphening. Regardless of percentages, the task of changing your last name is a very daunting task for all who choose this route.
As joyful as it is, it’s also a nightmare to plan out and put into action, especially if you’re hoping to have all of your closest friends and family around. A wedding can cost a not-so-small fortune, and this is one of the reasons why more and more people are considering destination weddings in exotic locations instead. If you’re also thinking about a destination wedding, read on to discover the most romantic locations in the world:
Apart from its tranquil landscapes and white sandy beaches, Andaman & Nicobar Islands are gifted with lush tropical forests and plenty of natural beauty to make you fall in love with your partner, all over again! The Andaman Islands have been a preferred favorite of many couples, and as such, it became one of the most sought-after honeymoon destinations in India. You can not only sit and ogle at its turquoise blue waters, but also take a nosedive in them and swim through its marine world to experience something completely different.
Over the past few years, destination weddings have risen in popularity. This could be due to the financial burden that traditional ceremonies often create. Many couples prefer to use the money they’ve saved for a wedding for flights, adventures, and a ceremony to remember for a lifetime. One of the most idyllic locations for such a marvelous destination wedding is the beautiful, scenic Iceland. If you’re preparing for an Icelandic destination wedding, the following are a few points to keep in mind.
For some brides and grooms, a destination wedding is the perfect way to celebrate their nuptials. The reasons for choosing to get married in a location other than their home is varied. Some couples may want to elope, some want to start their marriage in their favorite place, and some just want to do something different.
So you finally tied the knot. All the stress from the wedding ceremony is over, all the months of planning, logistics, hard work and dedication. Finally, you can relax with your spouse, and have the perfect beginning to your new life together. However, you want the romantic trip of a lifetime to be perfect. So, unfortunately, you will need to do just a little bit more planning before you are ready. Below are some tips on how to do just that.
If there's one thing that couples forget to do after their wedding, it's take pictures on their honeymoon. This is a shame considering how many great memories couples make on their honeymoon. Even so, honeymoon photos are way rarer than wedding photos.
Ah, your honeymoon. It's the trip of a lifetime, filled with joy and romance. It's a moment where you and your new spouse get to escape life for a while and just enjoy each other as thoroughly as possible.
Going on your honeymoon is one of the most exciting times in your life. You and your new spouse are embarking on your first trip together as a married couple, and if you’re the type of honeymooner that enjoys the outdoors, you’ll want this trip to be filled with natural beauty and unforgettable adventures. Whether you prefer being by the ocean, national parks, or want to hit some UNESCO world heritage sites on your once in a lifetime trip, there are honeymoon destinations for nature lovers to be found all around the world. This is the time to go all out. Explore your new love in a new place, and make unforgettable memories.
Let me start off by saying that being engaged is so much fun! I loved (almost) every moment from the proposal to the wedding planning to the bachelorette party to finally making it down the aisle. The one part of the wedding planning process that proved to be a difficult, albeit silly decision, was the engagement photos. My now-husband and I got engaged the eve of New Years Eve, 2016. We were so excited and overwhelmed with the new chapter of our lives just beginning. With so much to do and so many plans to make from so far away, we initially decided we were not going to do engagement photos. We got a few phenomenal photos from the actual proposal which were so beautiful, we figured that would be enough. Plus, we live in Los Angeles and our wedding photographer was all the way in Canada (where our wedding would be) and we didn’t know the next time we would return to have the opportunity to shoot with him. On top of that, we are definitely not capable of looking lovey dovey in a field at sunset where it seems most engagement shoots take place.