Paring Down Our Wedding Plans
There’s nothing wrong with dieting to lose weight before your wedding as long as you do it safely, but it’s not for everyone. There’s equally nothing wrong with staying your current size for the big day. If you’re thinking about avoiding the...read more
When it comes to style, yours fits more with bohemian than it does more traditional styles and you want this to be represented in the single most important day of your life — your wedding day. But how do you create a cool, bohemian space without going too weird...read more
Every year millions of couples celebrate their wedding. You are probably confused or overwhelmed by the millions of ideas available, and you are unable to come up with a final decision. Having a professional celebrant is a first step towards a stress-free preparation...read more
Not everyone likes the idea of moving up and down to organize a wedding event, most especially if you are the groom or bride. Your last thoughts should be on how you will enjoy the wedding! To accomplish this, you should hire a reputable event organizer to assist you...read more
My parents are Indian, and as soon as they heard I was engaged they started planning the guest list! My husband’s family is much more low key and is only going to invite 30 or so people, so we are going to need to really pare down my parents’ plans for our wedding or it’s going to turn into a sitcom. This blog is all about cross-cultural weddings and managing parental expectations while having a day that’s really meaningful for you and your spouse. This wedding planning process is going to get crazy but hopefully it just brings us closer together!