If you’ve never shopped for jewellery before, choosing an engagement ring can be intimidating. First, you’re looking for something that your future fiancé will love, they’re expected to wear it every day after all! You also want a piece that shows how well you know them and represents your feelings for them. Lastly, you want it to fit (although this can always be amended at a later date) and ideally fall within your budget.
It’s important that you are familiar with all of the terminology that you might come across
Writing your wedding guestlist is arguably one of the most stressful parts of planning a wedding. You and your partner may disagree on who should attend and who shouldn’t. If your parents are paying for the wedding, they may want a say in who attends. Are family more important than friends? Should friends be able to bring plus ones? It’s a minefield. So, here are a few tips on how to narrow it down.
The budget you have for your wedding will be
You don’t have to get married in a church or a stately home. For those looking for a more unique and memorable venue, here are a few alternative options to consider and the pros and cons that come with them.
On the beach
Beach weddings can offer an idyllic setting. If it’s a public beach, you may not have
Your honeymoon is meant to be the start of your romantic life together. Traditionally, it was a way for the bride and groom to get to know each other without interfering family and friends. These days, it’s basically a nice, lush vacation to de-stress after the wedding and enjoy life as a newlywed couple. But if you’re a couple that walks a bit on the wild side, the idea of a tropical beach
Hong Kong is the busiest, modern and independent territory in the South of China, still, there are several places that attract for a romantic getaway. Thanks to the booming film industries where they capture some beautiful romantic places and activities on the silver screen.
It will be adventurous enough to experience the world’s most sensational harbours. When the sunsets, the neon glances off the water, thereafter
Not wanting a large scale event, but not wanting to elope, many of our couples now embrace the emerging trend for a microwedding – an intimate gathering of family and friends.
What is a microwedding?
Unlike an elopement, which is organised by the bride and groom in secret, a microwedding retains some of the structure of a traditional wedding, except on a smaller scale.
So you’ve decided on a send off.
Now it’s time to prepare!
Luckily this is super simple to do, but there are a few things you’ll need.
Here they are.
There is no denying that wedding planning is one of those things that is the perfect mixture of excitement and stress. You are working towards one of the most important days of your life, and this in itself is special. However, with so much to plan and the financial side of things to consider too, it is not hard to see why there are a lot of stresses along the way. With that in mind, read on