There is a certain etiquette that you do need to follow as a wedding guest. Some things you must do, and things you will want to avoid. While attending a wedding is such a fun day and evening, you also don’t want to but a dampener on the day for the special couple. So I wanted to share with you some of the things to consider and wedding day etiquette as a guest.
You want it to be the perfect day. Not just for yourself, but for your partner and your guests. However, the pressure can mount up, and you can feel ready to explode. Does that sound like you right now? Well, relax. Here’s a quick guide on how you can get back on track with your wedding preparations.
What if you (meaning the bride) don’t have a father to walk you down the aisle? There are so many scenarios where the father may be absent from the bride’s special day. He could be deceased, incarcerated, or maybe you never even met your father before. Despite your circumstances, there are ways to make your special day, even more special. By following these tips, you can STILL have the wedding day of your dreams.
When it comes to your wedding day there can often be a lot of elements that you find tricky, and choosing your first dance song can be one of them. If you are a fan of country music and want to have a country song for your first dance then here are some suggestions to give you some inspiration.
Increase the “Wow!” factor at your wedding and save money by personalising your wedding favours. Be creative; design and make your own favours. Guests feel special and important when they see obvious time and effort went into the wedding favours meant for them. Create beautiful, meaningful DIY wedding party favours.
Weddings these days can be quite an expensive affair. In fact, some brides have been known to spend in the tens and thousands when it comes to their special day. It’s staggering when you think that this amount could be the equivalent of a house deposit. However, it is so easy to let the costs spiral out of control so here are a few tips and tricks to keep your wedding budget down to where it needs to be.
One of the greatest joys in life is when two people decide that they are meant to be together and decide that they are going to get married. A wedding shower is usually given to help the happy couple get started with their new life together to join in their wonderful celebration.
Though the bouquet toss is generally considered a standard feature of the wedding reception, many brides may wish to stray from the path a bit and avoid doing it at their weddings. The reasoning for this varies, but usually brides refrain from tossing their bouquets because they are either not featuring a garter toss and want to keep things “even”, or they do not want to damage their bouquets by tossing them.
Traditionally, couples send out wedding thank you cards to those who attended the wedding and purchased a gift. It’s an intimate way to show how grateful you are for their participation in the celebration of your love and union. While it does involve a bit of effort on your end, you’d be surprised how something as simple as a card could mean so much.
Grooms often do not place much importance on their self-care leading up to a wedding aside from shaving on the day, trimming their hair, and wearing a suit.
These days people want something a little more unique and different. So I have created a list of some more unusual choices for first dance songs that still have the sentiment of love and relationships. I hope it gives you some inspiration.
A vintage wedding can be a stunning, elegant and glorious event. A wedding itself is a joyous occasion, never mind with a vintage theme. Part of the wedding that can add to a theme is jewellery. So today, we are going to be discussing vintage jewellery for vintage weddings.