Planning a wedding that caters to everyone is no mean feat. Brides and grooms often comment that the most stressful parts of planning for their big day, and the day itself, are the hurdles involved in balancing specific family requests and dynamics — and often involving their stepparents.
It doesn’t have to be this way, however. If you’re part of a blended family and have a positive relationship with your stepparent, you’ll most likely want them to play a role in your wedding. Don’t worry! It’s possible and easy to craft a stress-free ceremony that goes swimmingly for you while ensuring every family member feels comfortable, valued and seen.
This guide will provide some tips and pointers to involve your stepparents in the planning and execution of your special event — and how to achieve a happy and harmonious balance.
When planning a wedding, most couples don’t want their big day to be a copycat of other wedding ceremonies. This is why many people hire professionals to ensure their wedding day is unique and tailored to their tastes and preference. The average wedding in Canada costs between $22,000 and $30,000, and while a huge chunk of that amount goes to the wedding venue and reception, most couples set aside some funds to make their wedding more fun. This is a non-negotiable expense, especially for couples with unconventional tastes.
If you’re a couple often described as unusual or quirky, finding ways to inject your combined personalities into your big day is a surefire way to make it more interesting. Quirky brides and grooms take note– here’s how to incorporate fun elements to personalize your wedding.
Planning a Toronto city wedding involves several essential steps, from setting a budget to selecting the perfect venue.
As you navigate this exciting process, prioritize elements most important to you and your partner, such as a personalized ceremony and a memorable reception.
By researching and booking reliable local vendors and incorporating meaningful touches, you can create a wedding day that reflects your unique love story and provides a memorable experience for you and your guests.
Weddings, weddings, weddings. Most couples, if not all, look forward to this once-in-a-lifetime event that signifies their readiness and commitment to embark on a new journey in their lives, not just as two individuals but as one unit joined in love.
Couples exert great efforts to ensure that everything goes as planned, from the conception stage to the ceremony to the reception, so that everyone in attendance can leave the event with happy memories that stay forever.
But memories of happy times are not the only things left behind after weddings. Due to the grand scale of weddings, people spend a lot of money and use plenty of resources. Because of this, weddings can leave behind a significant amount of waste, which might deter environmentally conscious couples.
Fortunately, there are many ways to reduce waste produced and the impact on the environment of a wedding ceremony and reception. Read on for tips on how to make your wedding more sustainable and eco-friendly.