Weddings - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Go to your local courthouse and have it done there so that it's legal in the eyes of the law, this eliminates all cultural & religious issues! Plus it's way easier and only $35 or so, just call first and find out where to apply for a marriage license, it'll be in the courthouse, locally for me it's the General District Court if im not mistaken, but you and your spouse to be just go fill out a marriage application(together and in person of course), then you're set and you can usually be married legally by a judge or another court officer, etc. within an hour, at least that's the way it goes in most U.S. Courts, just call your local court house or administrative office and ask about this, tell them what you want to do and they'll tell you how to make it happen in the quickest/easiest manner!
on May 02, 2019
Bride singing..Which song is the best?
There is no "best" song. Your first dance music is entirely subjective to you as a couple.
I'd suggest a song that means something to you both, the song you first ever danced to, something you both like by an artist you both enjoy. It doesn't really even have to be considered "first dance" worthy, i.e. slow and romantic. It can be fast and fun! Let it bring out your personalities. And if you both have completely differing tastes in music, why not have a mash-up made?
In my honest opinion, if you've not got a single song you can both relate to and agree to use for this special moment, you probably shouldn't be getting married.
on May 02, 2019
What are the do's & don'ts that need to be considered while hiring a wedding caterer?
When hiring company for any event catering
, it is important to consider and ask yourself the following:
- What are the needs and size of your event?·
- Is the caterer familiar with your preferred venue?
- Are they flexible?
- What are their customers saying about the food and their customer service?
- Are their costs too or too low for their services and food quality?
- Do they have the necessary certifications and can they prove it?
- How and where will they prepare the food?
- Do they have the necessary staff to accommodate the needs of your function?
- Do they offer tastings?
- Do they pay attention to detail?
on May 16, 2018
How to explain to someone they're no longer needed as bridesmaids?
Let them know that you've decided to simplify the wedding by only having one family member on each side. Then, maybe give them other tasks so they can still feel part of the event. Someone to direct people to seating, someone helping out with the guest book, maybe have one of them read a poem during the ceremony or ask one of them to act as your day-of coordinator.
on Mar 28, 2017
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