Posted May 29, 2016 06:00am
Firsts are always important and hardly ever forgotten, your first car, job, pet or house and your wedding night is no different, it’s the first of many nights to be spent as MAN and WIFE!
Get ready, here are our top tips to make it a night to remember!
Posted May 27, 2016 06:00am
- Take some time for yourself
No planning, no freak-outs, no fire-breathing. Just breathe. Take a trip alone if possible; you may not get this chance again.
- Reconnect with your girlfriends
Spend some real time with them. No, bridesmaids’ dresses fittings do not count. You are taking a huge life step so they might be feeling insignificant. Go out like old times so they know they’ll always be your squad.
- Spend some time with your parents
Posted May 26, 2016 10:00am
It would seem everybody and their dog has an opinion about your wedding.
Posted May 22, 2016 06:00am
You've met dozens of men, and you're hoping this guy will be the one, you're hoping this will be the prince charming that will sweep you off your feet. Not to worry these eight tips will let you know undoubtedly that he is the one for you.
Posted May 18, 2016 09:00am
One of the hardest things to do is let go of someone you loved and with whom you imagined a ‘happily ever after.'
Posted May 16, 2016 10:00am
Whether you’re five months’ post-divorce or five years, there’s no denying that getting back into the dating scene is daunting. Simply put, there is no "right" time to get back in the game.
Posted May 12, 2016 05:30am
Picture this, you attend a wedding of a former colleague only to be contacted later because the newly weds feel that the gift you gave was not generous enough.
It’s a situation that an unnamed guest has claimed to have been in, posting the story to a forum on Mumsnet asking for advice after she was told the £100 cheque she provided wasn’t enough.
Posted May 10, 2016 05:30am
It's amazing to hear what a lot of people tolerate in a marriage, and how they feel guilty for even having thoughts of ending the relationship.
Posted May 4, 2016 05:30am
Have you ever walked into a new friend’s house and realized upon taking in your surroundings that there were so many things you didn’t know about that person? Guilty. Since we inject our humble abode with a feeling of comfort that’s personal to us, it no doubt also says a lot about who we are as individuals.
Below are some on-point things our homes reveal about us:
Posted April 29, 2016 05:30am
Just keep wearing your wedding dress. You’ll feel like a princess, and it’s also the only way you’ll get your money’s worth.
Put on fake eyelashes every morning. Not only will it help with the aforementioned princess thing, but also the nervous terror you experience applying glue so near your eyeball will feel almost like wedding-day jitters.
Hire a paparazzo to take pictures of you all day, even though an entire life can be sufficiently documented in, like, four pictures. Five max.