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The secrets to making your wedding day memorable


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Wedding plansEverybody dreams of having a perfect wedding, but like all planned events even the wedding ceremonies generally have one or more glitches, which need to be smoothed. Ultimately one has to remember that the day is for and of the bride and groom and the planned choices that they’ve made should be honored above the choices of others. Most important thing is to remain calm and cool and stay with your plans.

Before planning your wedding it’s important to know exactly what you want before you start making those final decisions that many times can’t be reversed. Talk about what you want with your finance. You’ll more than likely have a budget that you need to stick to so you’ll have to decide what’s important to you that you won’t give up versus what you’re willing to part with.

Ten tips for using live music


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Live MusicChoose your favorite style of music. Live performers contribute immeasurably to the mood of any gathering, and that magic is yours to create. If you are not sure what kind of music you want, ask for suggestions and keep an open mind. Classical music is often the most comfortable for a diverse crowd.

Make sure the wedding environment can accommodate your musicians’ needs. Performers must be on dry, level ground. Direct sun, fog, and mist can damage acoustic instruments and make players uncomfortable. Canopies and umbrellas can be rented cheaply, and are an ideal solution to the sun problem. Wind topples music stands and carries away sheet music. Electric instruments require a reliable power supply.

Budget tips for honeymooners


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HoneymoonPlanning your honeymoon can present a challenge if you’re working with a limited budget. No matter who you are or where you’re going, careful consideration should be put into managing your money safely and effectively while away. Below are just a few tips to get you started.

Remember that a little bit of number crunching may be time consuming, but will prove well worth the effort! First, decide how much you can afford to spend. This will help you determine which destinations are within your reach, and how many days you will be able to holiday for.

It is important to consider the time of year you will be travelling when planning your vacation. A trip to a certain destination may cost more because it is during their peak season. Other destinations may be just as enticing and far more pocket-friendly at the time of the year you wish to globe-trot.

Alternative stag parties - For the enlightened male


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Indoor Go-kartingContrary to our ‘groom with a views’ assertion, there can be more to a bachelor party than the eminently boring ‘classics-and-conversation’ gathering on the one hand - and the typical ‘booze n broads’ thrash so revered by the male species, on the other.

The traditional stag route is as antiquated as its kitchen tea counterpart. You’re ostensibly celebrating your freedom, but surely that is a gigantic contradiction in terms. If anything, your love should set you free. Who needs marriage if it can only be viewed as a life-long restraining order?

Still, the concept of a stag night is a great one - a gathering of old friends to toast the future. It’s also the perfect excuse to enjoy a night out with ‘just the guys,’ a night to re-live the boyish pranks of your adolescence with relish and nostalgia - without the fear of reprisals from your ‘better half’ gnawing at you! Boys will be boys, and, like girls, they just wanna have fun!

Give and Take


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Give and TakeIt was 4 a.m. Noting the time through sleepy eyes, Mona was relieved that she had another hour and a half of sleep at least before getting up. But woken up her husband Anoop, sleeping next to her. In twenty minutes, she heard him quietly change his clothes in the dark. “Taking him to the hospital?” she asked.

“Yes, he needs the nebulizer at least,” said Anoop. “I want to have him seen by the doctor before I leave for the day.” Then he was gone, and the bed seemed as bereft as her own heart. Another day, just like so many others, and this one hurt more because it had started a whole hour early.

Mona and Anoop had been married only two years, and her pain had nothing to do with her love for him growing less, or his love for her, either. It was just that living in a joint family with her mother and father-in-law, their baby son and Anoop’s brother Arun was such a taxing life – they hardly had a moment to spare for each other.