Posted October 19, 2015 06:00am
.When you're creating a bridal party, family factors can impact your decision about who to pick for your “team." But the short answer to whether or not you have to include a family member—or anyone—as a bridesmaid is “no." This is your wedding and you can do whatever you want—there are no rules. But while it's not technically rude to exclude someone, it can lead to hurt feelings. To do what's best for you (and your family), and ask yourself these questions: How important is to to you?
Posted October 17, 2015 02:00pm
Nicolla Birkby and her fiance Karl Place adopted the miserable moggy when they saw him suffering on their holiday.
Posted October 16, 2015 05:16pm
You know what they say, "cut your coat according to your size".
An Emirate woman got served by her husband after spending more than Dh150,000 (about $40,000) on her a wedding dress instead of using the money to pay for their wedding.
He proposed to the woman shortly after they met. As part of the marriage contract (prior to the wedding), the man agreed to pay the woman Dh150,000 to spend on the wedding. After the wedding, the husband found out that his wife had a debt of between Dh150,000 and Dh200,000.
Posted October 16, 2015 01:51pm
Happy Friday Sugar Lovers.
Can you imagine how many things you can do or get for your wedding with $500 (approximately ₦107,000)? You can get your wedding ring, get a wedding photographer or even put it towards a dreamy honeymoon. However if you're a 'selfie-obsessed' bride (or groom), there's something else you can spend your $500 on, a crystal-encrusted selfie stick for brides. Who needs a bouquet when you can sashay down the aisle with your blinged out selfie stick?
Posted October 6, 2015 01:05pm
If you plan on sticking with your spouse, then you're also stuck with your in-laws. Here's Dr. Phil's advice for dealing with your new extended family:
Posted October 3, 2015 10:00am
Weddings are considered a thoughtful affair in this part of Africa, and for everything to be taken seriously, the couple cannot smile before, during or after the ceremony. Nor are they allowed to smile in any wedding day photos.
Posted September 28, 2015 12:36pm
The popular saying “Don’t say anything if you don’t have anything nice to say” is especially true for weddings.
Posted September 15, 2015 09:44am
Like the popular telltale, Guy meets girls, guy talks to girl, guy and girl fall in love, blah blah blah. In between the falling in love, series of events and conversations that will make you question the future will arise. You start to question if he or she is the one.
He/she may be the one if….
Posted September 12, 2015 10:00am
When a beautiful life together begins with a badly orchestrated and awkwardly posed picture, can things really get worse? No! It only means that they will live happily ever after.
Posted September 11, 2015 03:33pm
When you think about France, you probably think about rose petals, coffee shops, black turtlenecks, really long bread rolls and all the other things that American movies tell us about France.
You probably don't immediately picture a group of slavering wedding guests hunched over a table slurping garbage out of a toilet bowl. But that's exactly what occurs during La Soupe, a wedding tradition seemingly cooked up by cracked-out hobos.