Saturday, June 27, 2009
If you wind up spending more on an item then you anticipating don't forget to subtract that amount from another part of your budget. Try and keep your wedding budget in a different account then your personal checking or savings. This will help keep down some of that stress they keep talking about.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Meet Cherin owner of Customized Wedding Creations (Wedding Wishes Contest Vendor))
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Your wedding party has an understanding that there is a financial obligation involved. If you know your cousin does not have a job, unless you are planning on footing the bill, you shouldn't ask them to be in the wedding. You should be clear on your expectations from the beginning. Don't be unreasonable or too demanding. If you want everyone to have long hair for your wedding, be clear on "ASKING" that no one cuts their hair. If you state your vision in the beginning you will have less chance of being disappointed. And remember, no one likes a Bridezilla.
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Monday, June 1, 2009
"All was going well for the couple they were right on track to their
ever after. The had the castle, their jobs, the tiptoe of little feet
running around (actually not so little—more like the stomping of teenagers)
this was not to last. The Big Bad Wolf (Hurricane Katrina) got wind of
happiness and decided to do what she did best. So she huffed and she
she blew the castle down (boy did all that slobber cause
damage). It was then and there that the decision to
move to a new land was
made a land with a Magic Kingdom."
The couple will be married in the fall at the Queens Harbour. We will continue to feature the sponsoring vendors on the blog.