Posted September 8, 2008 02:27pm
Most women don’t set out to become difficult and obnoxious when presented with a marriage proposal and the task of planning a wedding. Bridezilla clichés aside, sometimes the stress in coordinating the details brings out the worst in even the most laid back of women. We all swear it won’t happen to us, but sure enough, there we find ourselves – arguing fiercely with our fiancé about the font style on our place cards or bursting into tears when the mother of the groom adds five more people to the expanding guest list.
Are you tired of seeing the traditional three tier wedding cake with simple white frosting and the little bride and groom wedding cake topper. We all know the iconic wedding cake look and feel. If you are after a very formal or classic wedding then this is the exact cake you want. However, today many couples are opting for alternative wedding themes and a more relaxed feeling overall. With popular wedding themes like fairy tales, Dragonflies and other fun and light or even whimsical themes a traditional wedding cake no longer fits correctly in its place.
There is nothing worse than a wedding that ends up as a total disaster. You've spent a lot of money, your family and friends have shared their time and experience. The perfect wedding isn't always easy to pull off. It takes a lot of work to make that special day a lot of fun.
Experts on weddings all give tips and information on how to have a perfect wedding. What they sometimes neglect are the things you should avoid completely. Here are a few tips about things not to do to make your wedding better.
Spending Way Too Much Money On Your Wedding
Posted September 4, 2008 04:28pm
What do you think about when picking your wedding dress?
"The color of the wedding dress is all about if I'm innocent or not"
"The idea is to be the best dressed at the wedding right?"
"It's a one day thing, so the dress is not a big deal"
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, so let’s get the basics down in diamond selection. These days’ lots of couples select the engagement ring together, which certainly makes the process easier. However, if you’re a traditional girl like me then you want the surprise of the proposal, your fiancé to somehow know the type of ring you want, and also magically be able to afford it, perfect right? For those of us who don’t live in a perfect world here’s what you need to know and somehow subliminally pass on to whoever is doing the proposing (hey it's 2008, okay? anyone can do the proposing)