Here are a few simple suggestions for making sure your guests are never tired, hungry, bored, or overly imbibed. 1. Let your officiant know that time is of the essence. Choose an officiant that understands that it’s a wedding, not a soapbox or a Sunday service. 2. Greet your guests during cocktail hour, not dinner. Or if you’re the non-traditional sort, and you and your groom aren’t spooked by the idea of seeing each other before the wedding, welcome your guests pre-ceremony!
Nothing makes sense when everything you thought you learned about love at 17 was possibly just plain wrong. No matter how false it was in reality it's a perception that is 100% true in your own mind. What is your identity is so tightly wound up with the ideas of youth that it's made you an expert at pushing love away? Then your unconscious mind has a problem that requires the double talents of Jung and Freud (as long as they don't start feuding) but they are both long gone. Is there any hope?
The only way Athena women (Jungian archetype written about by Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen) is through divine intervention by Aphrodite to turn them into Atalanta. Now I'm curious why it's only Old World men that I develop this father-daughter or brother-sister dynamic with. It has nothing to do with age. Yet to be Atalanta means to have the partnership or husband-wife dynamic with a man. Herein lies the paradox. Is the road from Fraulein to Frau, Mademoiselle to Madam, Senorita to Senora .... a never ending journey?
You Want Your Wedding Where?! I’ve heard this response many times when talking with parents or friends of those whose decision came to hold their wedding at a winery. To be honest, I’ve even muttered it before in regards to a friend’s wedding. Of all the beautiful chapels, parks and venues offered in any city it’s hard to understand why someone would want to celebrate one of the most important days of their life in a field with grapes. Now that I’ve been to a winery wedding, I know exactly why people choose them.
It's an all-too-common scenario. There you are, still reeling from your whirlwind romance and even more whirlwind wedding planning. The invitations have long been sent out, travel plans made, cake ordered, non-refundable deposits deposited ... when suddenly, you have this nagging, gut feeling that it's just not the right thing to do. Something is telling you to call off the wedding. But is it simply cold feet? Or is it something more?
Tom and Melissa spend their non-working hours fighting about, well, everything wedding-related. Tom is beginning to question whether he really wants to marry Melissa, and Melissa wonders why she never noticed how conventional Tom is. Does he really value his uptight relatives' opinions about the color of her dress more than he cares about her only opportunity to don her dream dress?
Your wedding gown probably fit you as well as your new spouse does. When you tried it on, it was a dream. Now that the wedding is over, you might not want to part with the perfect dress you wore on your big day. If you want to keep your dress – and keep it in good condition – you’ll have to get it cleaned and preserved, which is the process for cleaning and properly packaging your dress for storage.
I was never one of those little girls who dreamed of her wedding day. In fact, I've only vaguely considered it. I know I want an elegant, traditional ceremony. I imagine my future wife in a white dress, bouquets of lilies and guests celebrating the most important day of our lives. My hope of a traditional wedding, however, ends there. There’s no such thing as a traditional gay wedding ... not yet, anyway.
Check out 10 of the strangest places couples decided to tie the knot this year. 1. In 23 Different Places Think about all of the joy, energy and resources that went into planning your wedding. Now, imagine going through that experience not once, but 23 times.
by Life Love Shopping, Amy Hoglund, for GalTime.com You’ve been dreaming of this day ever since you were a little girl playing with Barbies. I’m talking about your wedding day! You’ve got it all figured out, except there’s one problem. Your extremely difficult family who forgets that it’s YOUR special day rather than their own.
So much can happen in a day or just 6 weeks. Just before her birthday Athena only had eyes for Calvin, who had eyes for every other woman except her. She would listen to songs like "Why Not Me?", "You Belong With Me", "We Belong", "Why Can't This Be Love", which put herself in such misery. Now she has radically changed her tune. Instead, Athena has found Dr.
We keep hearing more and more about weddings being interrupted by boozy shenanigans and ending with the wedding party sleeping it off in the jail with aching heads, scraped knuckles and bruised egos. Digital Spy has a different kind of interrupted wedding (with video). Just as things were getting underway, a naked fellow opened a window behind the pastor and jiggled his dingle at the lucky couple and the guests. After a few moments of silliness, the bride had enough and a husky guest marches toward the naked interloper.
Jennifer Aniston kept close with this guest close to her ex and now she's invited them to her wedding with Justin Theroux.
This '90s star is officially off the market! This star we all know and love from the '90s has a lot to celebrate: first he survived an Internet death hoax and now he's married! Curious to know who got hitched this weekend? Trust us, you loved him back in the day (and his dancing!)