The first holiday season as newlyweds can be exciting! It’s your first time being able to send out cards with your joint name, you get to buy each other gifts as a legally bound couple for the first time, and right around the corner is the New Year’s kiss that marks the beginning of your first full year as a married couple.
Wedding dress shopping can be a bit of a minefield. Not only is there so much choice (so many gorgeous dresses!) but the pressure is on to find a dress you love, look and feel fabulous in, and comes in (ideally!) under budget.
From the moment you get engaged, it seems everyone has some wedding know-how to share. A lot of these tips are helpful; some are borderline disastrous. We asked couples for the worst wedding advice they’ve heard. Here’s what not to do when you plan a wedding.
As the maid/matron of honor, bridesmaid, best friend, or go-to party planner, you’ve been given the honor of hosting and planning the bachelorette party. However, there are two stipulations – everyone is on a budget, and more importantly, the bride is inaddiction recoveryfor alcohol.
The time period between the engagement ring and the beautiful ceremony is an exciting – and super stressful – journey to experience for most engaged couples. You’re planning a new life with the love of your life, not to mention abig bashto celebrate. But, as if life couldn’t get any more complicated, you and your partner have set your hearts on buying a home to kick off this new, wonderful stage of your lives.