Why’d I bother writing about this, I am thinking as I sit here! I mean we all, by now (after having suffered one or many hangovers!), know that hydrating throughout the night is important.
I can only imagine how tainted my wedding would be if I awoke the next day, on my first day as a wife, with a killer hangover! Disaster! What if I’m flying to Bora Bora and my flight leaves at 11am…and I can barely tumble out of bed, to drag myself in the shower, before lying there in a crumpled mess, wondering “Why did I toast so many people!” So, in planning my future wedding I have decided that avoiding a hangover should be a part of MY list…and so, I’ve decided to make it a part of yours!
It's your big day and you're having a whale of a time...until cranky uncle Charlie complains that it's too loud! You may roll your eyes at this point and think to yourself, 'Well, he can just suck it up! This is MY big day!'....but this rarely happens.
Generally Brides and Grooms want to avoid any stress on the day and so they give in to any opposition so as to avoid confrontation - which, unfortauntaley...ends up with the happy couple not being so very happy!
We’ve all been there! The night is going well. You look amazing…but now you’re trying to decide between looking lovely and the feeling in your feet!
No-one likes the look or feel of blisters. But if that weren’t bad enough, if you decide to descend from your gorgeous wedding heels onto the dirty floor, you’ll wreak havoc with your wedding dress hemline!
The wedding dance! Whether its a waltz or a modern jive, we ALL love watching the new husband and wife take to the dance floor! Now, if your idea of a beautiful dance is just to sway and gaze into your lover’s eyes, that’s wonderful! If this is your plan, you won’t look awkward, you’ll look totally in love and everyone will enjoy watching the look of love on both your faces....but if it isn't read on!
Long gone are the days where we are born, grow up, live, marry, raise children and die in the same town. The world is getting smaller and smaller and families are now spread out over countries and even continents.
Whilst airfares are getting cheaper all the time, a flight can still be a luxury that some people cannot afford. So what can you do when your guests you’ve invited cannot afford to fly to be with you at your wedding?