Firstly….and this might be a given….you need to get yourself a wedding planner! Not for the obvious reasons like you need someone to coordinate all the moving parts,
One of the clearest memories of my wedding day was the moment when the church doors opened and I laid eyes on my (future) husband. Louis Armostrong’s La Vie En Rose was playing. I got goosebumps all over. I can’t tell you how I made it down the aisle, all I knew was his eyes, filled with tears as I stood beside him.
Something borrowed, something blue, something old and something new. It’s one of those wedding traditions...
Nowadays, couples are choosing to write their own vows. They want that personal touch that distinguishes their ceremony in that special way. I'm all for it! If you're the couple who chooses to go this unconventional route, there are some Do's and Don'ts you must keep in mind.
This is a question I get from a lot of couples. It may sound old-fashioned to the modern bride, but pre-marital counselling is still a thing! Some brides say: we don’t need counselling because we already live together, or we’re older and settled in our relationship or we’ve been together for so many years. To them I say: it can’t hurt.