So you are scanning through your junk mail and see an invitation to a friend’s wedding. You have worked by his side for years, sharing in both occupational stressors and (a little) comic relief. However, the invitation is rather upfront, clearly labelling this wedding as a “Jewish Wedding.”
Oy Vey! What to do?
Sit down, grab a bagel (with some shmeer) and read through this simple article. Not too hard?
So you’re about to be newlyweds. What better way for the husband and wife to show their love for each other, and the permanent nature of that love, than by getting a tattoo that will be etched onto them permanently?
In this guide, we’ve gone into detail about the exciting history of people getting matching or complementary tattoos before their wedding. When you go into a marriage, you promise to love and look after that person for the rest of your life, and a tattoo is a beautiful way to declare that love even further to the rest of the world and keep it with you wherever you go.
Someone pops the question to their partner. The partner says “yes” to the proposal, and the couple celebrates.
If this sounds like you, then first, congratulates. Enjoy the moment.
Once the excitement calms down some, you and your fiancé might be wondering where to go from there. If this also sounds like you, then you’re not alone.
Saying “yes” to marrying someone is one thing, but now, you have to plan for the most significant thing in your life: marriage. Of course, if you’re looking for a spectacular wedding, then that’s nice. However, before you refer to the dreams you might’ve had as a child, it’s essential to be honest about the upcoming life change. There are many things to think about when planning a wedding.
But not to worry! We’re here to help you plan the wedding of your dream. While not everything will be as perfect as what you might’ve dreamed up back in your childhood, this guide will help you be more realistic about your big day.
While there are many things to consider, we’ve compiled 5 of the most important things to do before saying “I do”: