A popularity contest often comes into play when an engaged couple is selecting friends and family members to be part of their wedding party. Often there is great speculation surrounding who will be bestowed the honor of being a bridesmaid or groomsman and who will win the coveted spots of best man and maid of honor. The pressure could ultimately become a cause of undue stress for the happy couple.
Every year, newlyweds are on the receiving end of many a gift. As friends and family descend on hometowns to toast the happy couple, they do so with an abundance of gifts in tow. However, even couples that point guests toward their registry often end up with more than one of the same thing.
Getting married is a dream. Who hasn't fantasized about the dress, the jewelry, your dad walking you down the aisle, the music, the cake, the reception following the ceremony?
Now that you've chosen a wedding date, it's time to start the countdown that is wedding planning. Many brides-to-be give reception sites and details top priority but forget to devote the same consideration to bridal hair styles.
The work involved with planning a wedding can stress out even the most stable of individuals. Even those brides-to-be who knew all the reasons why they were getting married a few months ago may be facing the prospect of walking down the aisle with anxiety.
A marriage doesn't just bring together two people in love, it also serves as the catalyst for merging their worlds into one. For couples who may have had homes separately from one another before getting married, they may be bringing along housewares, furniture and other decor that's not necessarily of a cohesive style. This could mean it's time to rethink what should be included in their home together. It typically involves registering for gifts from favorite stores as a way to stock up on items that reflect mutual taste as a couple.