Thursday, 23 March 2017

I Have Found The One Whom My Soul Loves

Months spent on planning the perfect proposal. Then the moment comes and the question is asked 

Will you marry me?

“You said Yes”- so now you are engaged what next?

1) It’s Instagram time – Ring Selfie has become the trend so why not join in and have fun 

      as you announce to your loved ones and family and friends.Celebrate the engagement.

                             

2) Start Planning – Set a budget and start working round it. This is a very interesting time 

     as lots of energy is put into planning every detail of the big day a lot of running around 

    takes place. So here is the break down:-

              Wedding magazines ✅

              Browse the internet for ideas – Pinterest, Instagram, wedding websites… – countless 

              hours spent here ✅

              Create your own mood board – copy, cut, paste ✅

              Pick your bridal party ✅

              Select Vendors ✅

              Draft your guest list ✅

              Pick Venue ✅

              Set a date – save the date, invitations ✅

              Register for gifts ✅


              Miscellaneous  ✅




                  

           To assist with the planning, hire a wedding planner (your peace of mind) You can never 

            go wrong on this ✅✅✅

3) Here comes the Groom and Bride

                     Marriage Vows ✅

                     Celebrations ✅

                     Honeymoon ✅

4) Back to reality - Now what? 

#NewBeginning

You both come back as husband and wife. The highlights of your big day the glitz, glamour, 

memories to cherish all in your lovely photo album as you open your gifts and send 

out your thank cards. 

Is that all? – This is when “I have found the one whom my soul loves” becomes a reality. 

               

     

The same energy and enthusiasm that went into planning your big day, and lessons learned 

along the way, the same amount of time and energy should be applied into your marriage. 

Always remember what first brought you lovely people together. 

#Marriagegoals, #Marriageworks 

“No relationship is all sunshine, but two people can share one umbrella and survive the 

storm”.

#Happyplanning

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Spring Love

Nothing Say's it better than....

                    Spring Love


Monday, 29 December 2014

Given In Love


Rings are an ancient symbol,

blessed and simple.

Round like the sun,

like the eye, like arms 

that embrace

Circles, for love

that is given

comes back round again

and again.

(James Ford, with Leif Hass & Margaret Handley)

Monday, 24 March 2014

Wedding Tables

Sweetheart Table:



Small and intimate just for the bride and groom. This gives the couple (bride and groom) time alone together just to relax and talk about their as most of it is spent taking pictures greeting guests and dancing. The sweetheart table is perfect for the bride and groom to spend their first dinner together as husband and wife

                   
                                      



Bridal Table:


Long top table that seats the bride, groom, bridesmaids, best man, maid of honour,and ushers. There is no set formula as to the way they should seat everyone can sit where they want.







Centre table:


Have your bride and groom table set in the middle so that all your guest are seated around you having a clear view of the couple. You can distinguish this table by having different table decorations from the rest. 


Tuesday, 21 January 2014

New Year

Twenty Fourteen

Begins like this ::


Love and Blessings

Almond-Blossoms

Xoxoxo

Monday, 16 December 2013

Wedding Prayer

Lord, behold our family here assembled.

We thank you for this place in which we dwell,

for the love that unites us,

for the peace accorded us this day,

For the hope with which we expect the morrow,

for the health, the work, the food,

and the bright skies that make our lives delightful;

for our friends in parts of the earth.

Amen

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

A Good Wedding Cake

                                                       Ingredients


4 lb of love
1/2 lb of good looks
1 lb of sweet temper
1 lb butter of youth
1 lb blindness of faults
1 lb of pounded wit
1 lb of good humour
2 tablespoons of sweet argument
1 pint of rippling laughter
1 wine glass of common sense
Dash of modesty




Method

1) Put the love, good looks and sweet temper into a well- furnished house.

2) Beat the butter of youth to a cream. and mix well together with the blindness of faults.

3) Stir the pounded wit and good humour into sweet arguments, then add the rippling laughter and common
     sense.

4) Add a dash of modesty and work the whole together until everything is well mixed.

5) Bake gently for ever.