We often preface our blogs with this statement, but here it is again: It’s your wedding, so it will always come down to your personal choice.
There are pro’s and con’s to buying a designer dress or taking a cheaper route that fall far from the obvious issue of cost. Just remember, whatever you choose to wear on your wedding day, you will look fabulous.
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Let’s start by saying the one thing you likely don’t want us to start by say: There are no right or wrong answers when it comes to planning a wedding. At least not generally. There is only what will be right or wrong for you, the couple actually getting married.
This tradition stems from the dowry that was paid by the bride’s family to secure her a prominent suitor of status. The dowry was essentially the bride’s inheritance, given to her upon marriage to ensure stability should she be widowed, or to assist in the development of the household and to support her children.
With Kodak picture stations in every Officeworks, designing your own save the date cards and invitations has never been easier. All you need is a selection of your favourite photos together and about 1.5-2 hours to pick a layout, upload the pictures of your choice, and wait for the cards and invites to print. These invites are also really personal because they feature so many great pics documenting your love.
Every couple wants to create a day that is as unique as they are. It can be hard to pick a theme that represents who you and your partner are as a couple without going into the realm of weird or tacky. Here are 7 subtle themes that will offer stylistic guidance to your wedding without going overboard. Just remember, the key to a successful themed wedding is in the little details.
This silhouette has become one of the most iconic, as it emulates the fairy tale wedding that so many brides love. This style works well for most body shapes, particularly triangles as it flares over the hips. The size of the dress could be overwhelming on a more petite bride though.