Archive for the ‘Before Marriage’ Category

A Wonderful Wedding Without Being Knee Deep In Debt

Posted by on Apr 7th, 2009
File Under: Advices, Before Marriage

We all heard the naysayers in the last few months predicting an economic recession for this year. You’re scared and you know it’s true. With everything going up except your salary, you’re both wondering if there’s anyway to keep costs down at your wedding. The best solution is to postpone it but you probably can’t wait to start your new life together. So that leaves us with the next best option – Cost Cutting measures. What I’m going to share below is probably not going to win a Nobel prize for Economics, but I’m quite sure it’ll save you enough money to go on a decent honeymoon.


10 Areas In Your Life That You Have to Seriously Consider Before Saying “I Do”

Posted by on Mar 12th, 2009
File Under: Advices, Before Marriage

It was a fairy tale proposal and you cannot believe that little diamond ring is on your finger as you go to sleep. As you blissfully think about the upcoming wedding plans and surprised (and jealous) faces of your friends the next morning, probably you might want to devote that night’s dreams into the following areas in your life as you ponder whether it was too hasty on your part to accept the wedding proposal.


Wedding Countdown Part 2

Posted by on Feb 25th, 2009
File Under: Advices, Before Marriage

Planning your wedding – even with the help of family and friends – can take a toll on your mental, emotional and physical health. It’s never too early to start planning for the big day, whether the pretty details like the trimming on your cake or a possibly relationship-breaking guest list. So where do you start? Just check out my handy guide!

Part II of planning your big day


Wedding Countdown Part 1

Posted by on Feb 24th, 2009
File Under: Advices, Before Marriage

Planning your wedding – even with the help of family and friends – can take a toll on your mental, emotional and physical health. It’s never too early to start planning for the big day, whether the pretty details like the trimming on your cake or a possibly relationship-breaking guest list. So where do you start? Just check out my handy guide!