A couple of months ago, our very own Jo provided us with a rather comprehensive guide to things that we should probably avoid saying to the bride or groom in the lead up to their wedding. But just because you’ve avoided saying a few things in the weeks prior to the big day doesn’t mean you can suddenly blurt out your feelings on certain matters straight after the ceremony. Understandably, having just got married, the couple probably aren’t fully prepared to hear your thoughts on how you would have ‘done it differently.’Details
The ominous ‘they’ say that your wedding day should be the happiest day of your life. This can often add to the mounting pressure of preparations in the days leading up to that moment when you finally say ‘I do’. It isn’t uncommon for couples to be nervous, but some have more reason than others.
If you’re getting married for the first time but your partner is making their sophomore appearance at the altar, you may feel like you have some cause for concern. The truth is, they are likely feeling very similar pressures for very similar reasons. Here are a few thoughts that might be running through your head and why you shouldn’t be having them, or how you can stop them.Details
Parents’ roles are pretty well etched into wedding tradition, but what if that doesn’t suit you or them? We look at how and where you can break with tradition.Details