Every bride is a multi-tasker and her time is priceless. This wedding planning section is designed with the busy bride in mind. Find pertinent wedding related information, divided into helpful sections, in a brief and concise layout.
Depending on which wedding source you read, the terms “usher” and “groomsman” often may be used interchangeably. In fact, there is one primary distinction between the two roles.
The wedding day has arrived and all the balls are rolling. Now is the time for the groomsmen to shine and show off their multitasking skills.
Below is a list of the traditional responsibilities for the groomsmen, on the wedding day. Have a good read, print them off, and modify the tasks to work for your wedding day.
The date has been set, the wedding party has been chosen, and the groomsmen are itching to help. Now is the time to clarify the responsibilities of the groomsmen. Below is a list of the traditional duties for the groomsmen, before the wedding day. Read them, print them off, and modify them to suit your wedding plans.
Your best friend is a man and you would like to include him in the wedding party. There is absolutely no reason why he shouldn’t be in the bridal party if that is your wish. Then, so be it. Here are some things to keep in mind when your maid of honour or bridesmaid is a man. Man of honour or bride’s honour attendant: both are suitable instead of maid of honour
The preparations are complete and the date of your wedding fast approaches. For the best man, his best friend is about to take the next big leap on to the marriage train. Here are the traditional duties for the best man on the day of the wedding. Have a good read, print them off, and tailor the best man’s list to suit the needs of your wedding.
The best man, the supportive role played by the groom’s most trusted friend, whether it be his brother, father, cousin, son, or closest female friend (and therefore, an honour attendant), is a title that comes with many responsibilities before the wedding day. Below is a list of the traditional functions performed by
The giving of gifts by family and friends is a time honoured wedding tradition. Creating your own registry will require thoughtful planning. Here are some dos and don’ts for registering your gifts: Do brainstorm. Spend time with your fiancé and mutually decide on what you want and what you don’t want. This will significantly reduce your wandering time at the department store.
Congratulations! The ceremony is complete and your guests can’t wait to shower you with hugs and well wishes. Having a reception line provides a scheduled time for you to briefly chat with each guest. Here is some receiving line FYI: The
Let’s face it. On the day of the wedding, you will share intimate quarters with some of your closest friends as you maneuver yourself in and out of the gown. This will be especially true for those of you who will be making numerous outfit changes, as is custom in many cultures. Eventually, you will need to navigate yourself to the