Posted June 29, 2016 06:00am
Here’s a special one for our more mature brides. We understand that it may seem tough, since it appears that weddings are typically marketed towards brides in their twenties.
Posted June 20, 2016 06:00am
Everyone loves gifts, so there’s no better way to appreciate your guests and family on your big day than with thoughtful Souvenirs.
Posted June 16, 2016 06:00am
Thanks to technology planning your wedding has never been easier!
Posted June 13, 2016 06:00am
Often, the most stress-less events are the ones we stress our minds on the most.
Having to change to a new name after the wedding can be one of the pressing things on the mind of newly wedded brides; not knowing that in this part of the world (Nigeria), it is extremely stress-less, affordable and quite fast.
I mean it is as easy as ABCD; literarily.
A. Collate your documents; court marriage certificate and a handwritten letter stating your maiden name and the new name.
Posted June 9, 2016 06:00am
So you want to have a 'rocking' wedding? The type that guests attend and talk about for months on end. Fear not, we've got your covered, we have polled far and wide to find out what exactly gets you a 'rocking' wedding; one that's not only the talk of the town, but also thoroughly enjoyable.
Read on to hear from guests
“The music, the music has to be on point, if I have my friends around it makes it more fun, also my outfit, the varieties of dishes and the MC.”
Posted May 31, 2016 11:00am
As the Benjamin Franklin quote goes, “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail”.
Every fulfilling and successful marriage is a product of adequate preparation and therefore, it is safe to say the marriage you prepare for will determine your reality.
It is not enough to only prepare for the wedding (a/couple day(s) event) which is just an initiation into the marriage (forever) in itself. And just like you don’t learn how to shoot a gun in the battlefield, you should prepare for marriage and not in marriage.
Here are some things every man should do before saying “I do”:
Posted May 30, 2016 06:00am
Being a bridesmaid is no easy job. In addition to everything wedding-related, you also have the task of planning a fun hen night as the last hurrah for your dear friend.
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 25, 2016 05:59am
Just before you think that this is an article that spells doom, remember that knowing things like the steps below will help you guard against them. We want your wedding to be a dream come true, so here are seven things you need to avoid;
Posted May 24, 2016 10:59am
Who better to plan a bridal shower than your best friend or sister. As a best friend, you probably know almost everything and anything that your friend would want to experience and most importantly know all the people she would love to attend.
Also, it is safe to assume that as a best friend you know where the bride-to-be will want to celebrate this day and the activities that she would enjoy. Don’t forget it’s all about her.
So what do you do if you're not blessed with superb planning skills?Fret not and follow our simple steps below