Our wedding days are unarguably the biggest and most special day in our lives, so it’s essential that we look and feel our best. Whilst the first thing we think about is the dress, the venue and the honeymoon, we also know that the perfect wedding is all in the detail. That is also true when it comes to the bride. With the pressure on to look our most wonderful selves, we can certainly feel the strain to look and feel perfect in every way.
Your wedding vehicle is super important because it’s the first thing your friends and family are going to see before you make your grand entrance. It can be quite a confusing and often overlooked part of the wedding plan so we’ve gathered 30 questions you might have about choosing your wedding vehicle.
Whether you are thinking about wedding helicopter travel – yep you heard us right – you could have a helicopter whisk you off to your honeymoon destination.
Or, you are considering a more traditional vintage car, these questions will help you consider more possibilities and choose the right wedding vehicle for you.
Every girl dreams about her wedding day, and if we are honest with ourselves, those dreams don’t fade once we get older. We all want a spectacular day that we are going to cherish for years and years to come. However, the trouble is that weddings are also getting more expensive, which makes it incredibly difficult to have the type of day you have envisioned for many years. But, don’t fret, as it is not impossible. Below, we have put together some top saving tips that will help you to have the wedding of your dreams.
Most wedding checklists are geared towards couples who are planning their big day. Undoubtedly, the focus is on the bride and groom, but there’s a lot to think about for wedding guests too. If you’re preparing to attend a wedding in the coming weeks or months, here’s an essential to-do list to make sure you get it right.
It seems that there are three types of people when it comes to planning a wedding. The first, are those that plan a wedding date years in advance, giving themselves at least three years to get everything sorted for it. Then there are the people that choose to have quite a last minute wedding. It might only be a few months away, for some, even weeks. But that is how they want it. The third and final group of people are those that fall somewhere in between. They want some time to get everything sorted, but around a year is good enough for them. But whatever kind of wedding planner you are, there will always be that last manic time, a couple of months to a month before, to get everything sorted. What are some of the last minute things to be checking for your wedding, though? Here is a checklist to go through. Good luck, it isn’t long now!
Sometimes, we like to tell ourselves that the aesthetic of the wedding isn’t important. If you boil it down to the key factors – a proclamation of love, a legal bind, friends and family – then you can see how that is somewhat true. But let’s face it; we love to be able to frame the memory of such an important day with dazzling features.
One of the ways we can make a wedding feel beautiful without detracting from the main factors is to be subtle. Subtlety in itself can help your wedding stand out amongst the overblown events people often see. People go to a lot of weddings in their lifetime, and the memories of them can often blur into one. Make sure yours stands out.
There is a weird myth about weddings. Apparently, they are one of the happiest days of our lives. Yet, as most married people will confirm, they are also one of the most stressful. From dealing with the multitude of expenses when planning, to trying to keep everyone happy on the day itself, a happy wedding is far from people’s minds.Thankfully, there are ways to cut out some of the stresses that you may face. Follow our handy guide for some helpful advice.
There’s a lot of organization involved in a wedding. Whilst some roles can be carried out by friends and family, other tasks may be best placed in the hands of professionals in order to ensure things run smoothly. Here are some of those professionals that may be worth hiring (although not all are necessary).
Apart from the birth of your first child (and seeing The Rolling Stones at Glastonbury from the side of the stage!), this is going to be the biggest day of your life. You know this already, though, That’s why you’ve been stressing out for the entire six-month wedding countdown and frantically reading wedding blogs to make sure have got everything in place. It can be overwhelming.
- One of the most exciting parts of being a bridesmaid is organizing the hen party. This is something that can be a great opportunity to express a little something about how you feel about the bride to be. It’s also strangely stressful at times, so it helps to really know what you are doing! In this article, we are going to take a look at some of the most important parts of organizing an event of this kind. As long as you bear a few key things in mind, you should find that it goes much better than you could have ever hoped and that will make for one lucky bride!
Your wedding day should be one of the greatest experiences ever. It’s a celebration that sees you make a lifelong commitment to your lover, and is also a day that you’ll share with friends and family. Ultimately, it’s a magical moment that you’ll cherish for a lifetime.
While you deserve to have the day that you’ve been dreaming about for years, you can’t let it stop progress in other parts of your life. Given that the average wedding costs upwards of $35,000, those financial impacts can be a major problem. The key to finding your happy medium is to reduce the costs without sacrificing your vision.