Weddings are stressful to plan at the best of times. Sorting through your guest list, picking the venue, and creating a menu is complicated; completing these tasks won’t scratch off a quarter of your checklist. So it’s easy to see why couples feel overwhelmed.
However, if you give yourself at least ten months to prepare, you can tackle your to-do list slowly and plan your dream wedding in a few easy steps. But with the help of wedding tools and software, you can stay organized, content, and stress-free before and during the wedding day.
Here are 15 wedding software and tools that help you effortlessly plan your wedding.
Why not include a book (or two) for your friends to read while they are on their honeymoon? Of course, only a book comes close to reproducing the gut-punching, can’t-sleep, free-falling feeling of love. So here are a few books for the happy couple, with the disclaimer that, much like a marriage, not all of these stories have happy endings.
Marriage takes commitment, trust, love, communication, and fidelity to work. After getting married, you may have to spend some time away from your spouse due to work. And you may wonder if your marriage will survive the distance.
We are in a digital era, where couples can face time, eliminating the distance obstacle. Due to internet dating and work travels, long-distance relationships and marriages are rising. They say distance makes the heart fonder. Let’s look at several tips you can use in your long-distance marriage.
Your wedding bouquet is one of the essential details of your big day. Not only will it be in all your wedding photos, but you’ll also be holding it close as you walk down the aisle. With so much attention on your bouquet, you want to ensure it’s both beautiful and unique. While there are endless possibilities for your wedding bouquet, we’ve gathered a list of the best flowers to help make your decision easier.