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When your Parents Disapprove of your Fiancé →  December 8, 2010 0

There can be nothing more troubling than when your own parents don’t approve of the person who you have chosen to be “the one”.  Before you become upset and go on the defense, try to diffuse and sort out the situation. Start off by trying to see your partner through their eyes.  To many of […]

Top Wedding Gripes your Guests will Have →  December 8, 2010 0

Everyone will tell you that you have the most beautiful wedding, but behind the backs of many brides and grooms there are a lot of murmurings going on about what was done well and what was not done so well.  Here are some guest “tell all’s” about what they hated about the weddings they have […]

The Worst Wedding Nightmares →  December 8, 2010 0

Afraid that your Uncle Bob or your little nephew Tommy may turn your day of wedded bliss into a nightmare?  It can happen!  Count your lucky stars that none of these wedding nightmares happen to you. Too Much Booze… Weddings are a time where the alcohol is usually flowing freely, which may bring out the […]

The Biggest Wedding Color Mistakes →  December 8, 2010 0

You have dreamt about it, known about it, and planned it out right up to this very day.  You think you know what colors you want for your wedding, but once you begin putting the plans into motion, you are beginning to have your doubts.  For a lot of us brides and grooms, choosing appropriate […]

How to WOW your Wedding Guests →  December 8, 2010 0

Chances are that most people who are going to be in attendance on your wedding day have been to their fair share of weddings.  If you are looking to really WOW your guests, here are some things you can think about. The Venue Your reception venue is the first and best pace where you can […]

How to Cut Costs on your Wedding Day →  December 8, 2010 0

Weddings are very easy to go over the budget on. With so many choices and options, expectations and wants, it can be incredibly easy to get tied up in contracts that were no where close to your original budget!  If you’re wondering where you can try to cut costs on your wedding, take a look […]

How can Bridesmaids Help the Bride? →  December 8, 2010 0

You have had the honor of being asked to be a bridesmaid for one of your good friends’ wedding, an honor that not many others will be able to share on this wonderful day.  Bridesmaids know they will be front and center with the bride on that day, but how else can a bridesmaid help […]

Fun and Different Wedding Guest Book Ideas →  December 8, 2010 0

Tired of the boring old guest book with a pen routine?  Then try some of these fun and different guest book ideas for your own wedding! Making Pictures The best way to do this is to appoint someone who is part of your wedding party to be in charge of the guest book, such as […]

Dealing with Cold Feet →  December 8, 2010 0

It’s not a rare thing for a bride or groom to get a case of “cold feet” as their wedding day grows nearer.  The amount of stress that you are both going through at this time is certainly no easy feat, and can cause for brides and grooms to bicker, fight, and perhaps reconsider this […]

Alternative Wedding Stationary Ideas →  December 8, 2010 0

That tired, traditional paper wedding stationary is just so passé.  If you are looking for a way to change it up a bit, here are some ideas you can try to incorporate into your wedding rather than sticking with the old fashioned paper wedding stationary. Vintage Postcards If you or someone you know has a […]

Who is going to Give me Away? →  December 8, 2010 0

Weddings are a wonderful time where families reunite to celebrate the joining of a couple.  We all have visions of our perfect wedding day, most of which, at least for the bride, involves her being given away by her father.  In this day in age, there are many reasons why a father may not be […]

When the In-Laws are Crossing the Line →  December 8, 2010 0

Maybe they phone every single day, or several times a day.  Maybe they come over every day, or maybe they are going so far as to critique the way you cook, the clean, and the lifestyle that both you and your groom to be or husband have chosen.  All too many brides have “in law” […]

What you Didn’t Know to Ask about your Wedding Day →  December 8, 2010 0

Just when you thought that you had read every magazine, every website, and asked every question imaginable about your wedding day, other questions will come creeping up on you, often right before your wedding day.  Here are some of the top “I didn’t know” wedding-related questions and answers. How do we Kiss at the Ceremony? […]

What do I Do with Wedding Crashers? →  December 8, 2010 0

Think it won’t happen?  Think again.  At almost every wedding there is some form of wedding crasher, a person who turns up unexpectedly (and uninvited) to your big day.  Knowing how to deal with wedding crashers can be tough, but after reading this article you will be best equipped on how to deal with them. […]

The Receiving Line:  What do I Do? →  December 8, 2010 0

After the ceremony is done and over with, most brides and grooms just want to get down with their guests and get the party started!  So what’s with this receiving line business? Why Have a Receiving Line A receiving line is a surefire way for all of the guests to get a chance to greet […]

The Mother-In-Law who Won’t let Go →  December 8, 2010 0

It happens.  There will be a mother-in-law who won’t be able to let their “baby”, also known as your “husband-to-be”, go very easily.  Sure she may seem pleasant and kind to you, but then there are the little signs that indicate that she isn’t quite ready to not be the main woman in his life […]

The Guest List: To Invite an Ex or Not? →  December 7, 2010 0

You used to date, you had a mediocre relationship so you broke it off and remained friends.  You have met up for coffee, spent evenings texting each other, BBM’ed and MSN’ed and Twittered and you’re Facebook friends. Despite all that, which would otherwise indicate that this person is a good friend of yours, is it […]

Save-the-Date 101: Your Questions Answered →  December 7, 2010 0

Some brides and grooms choose to send along a save the date, though many these days are deciding to also forego this formality.  This is causing a bit of a grey area for those brides and grooms that may want to send a save-the-date.  Do you send one?  Do we send one to everyone? Do […]