Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in her Shoe”
Whether you stumbled upon this phrase whilst planning your wedding or heard it many years before you even thought about getting married, this phrase is one that most of us know. This is one of the wedding superstitions I find most intriguing. To the contrary, I am not even a superstitious person at all! Except for walking underneath ladders – mainly because I have this deep fear that they will suddenly and mysteriously drop right on my head at that very moment I am passing by (who’s with me?). Often wondering where this phrase comes from, I decided to do a little digging. I hope you enjoy the discovering process with me!
As a bride-to-be one of the most overwhelming things can be the ever changing trends of each wedding season. You go onto Pinterest and soon enough you have pinned 10 1000 images of things that you like. Suddenly you find yourself drowning in a sea of pinks and greens and tulle and flower wreaths and chevron and glitter and… I think you get my point!
Being a bridesmaid is one of the biggest privileges; what an honour to play such a special part in someone’s big day! Along with all the festivities and fun, the financial implications can often be more than anticipated. Thus it is the brides’ responsibility to let her bridesmaids know exactly what she expects of them financially. This gives them the opportunity to prepare ahead of time.
A while back we mentioned a few tips to help make the process of buying a wedding dress easier (know your budget, leave room in the budget for extras and know your silhouette / body-type). Today we add a few tips to make the process easier for every bride-to-be.
You are engaged! This is one of the most exciting times in your life! It is such an amazing story to share with all your loved ones, and your eyes constantly gazing at your left hand is the best reminder of that special day.
Every woman wants to look and feel like the most beautiful bride on her wedding day. Choosing a wedding dress is often one of the most stressful things on the to-do list for a bride-to-be. It’s not only stressful, but also a very emotional part of your wedding planning process. Reality very silently, but very suddenly creeps up on you, and you realise that you are soon to be a Mrs., and your wedding day is no longer just a dream of something yet to happen in the very distant future.
If you are getting married (or you are having a dress made for any other occasion), this article is for you.