Thursday, January 5, 2012

title pic When Do We Have To Send Wedding Presents?

Posted by on June 1, 2011

This is one information that will be helpful to you when giving presents to newly weds. What’s good about knowing the couple first before heading out to buy gifts is that you would know what they would really want to receive on their wedding.


title pic Personalized Wedding Gifts Make a Special Memory

Posted by on May 27, 2011

The wedding day is not only special for the bride and groom but for all their friends as well. You want to share the moment with the married couple and wish them the best for the rest of their lives. And while it’s these wishes that count, wedding presents make a difference to the couple as well. It’s often seen that couples are saddled with many of the same gifts, which rarely get used and often recycled in the future. You don’t want your newly married friends to think you haven’t put any thought in buying them gifts.


title pic Wedding Gift Registry – Keeping Track So You Can Prevent Duplication

Posted by on May 22, 2011

When deciding for a wedding gift and you do not want to leave your home or you would rather browse the possibilities first, check wedding gift registries online. If not, most stores have them.


title pic Wedding Favors As Thank You Notes?

Posted by on May 17, 2011

When your wedding day eventually arrives, you can finally relax & take some time to admire all your hard work. All the months of wedding planning, phone calls, meetings & decision making, have finally resulted in your perfect dream wedding. When you arrive at the reception to be greeted by all your guests, you will no doubt take some time to mingle & thank them for coming. The majority of brides will also have taken the time & trouble to put together a small wedding favor as a token of thanks for coming to the wedding. Then as the day moves into evening & evening into night, you wave goodbye to your guests & drive away with your new husband on your honeymoon.


title pic Selecting Your Wedding Budget

Posted by on May 12, 2011

Your wedding is one of the most important days in your life. You would obviously want it to be special and memorable. That however does not imply that you can afford to empty the savings from your bank balance on it. As a smart bride to be, you can plan your wedding in such a way that you cut down on unnecessary expenditure. Presetting a budget will help ensure that you don’t overspend and regret it later. If your folks are paying for a part of the wedding, ask them to specify the budget they have in mind. If you and your fiancé are paying for the wedding without any financial assistance, take a hard look at your savings, and come up with an amount which both of you would feel comfortable spending. Avoiding unrealistic demands and being practical in certain aspects is the key to managing the budget.