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Ten Best Exotic Honeymoons


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Bora BoraConsider one of these honeymoon destinations that take the concept of “exotic” to a new level.

If you’re looking for something more adventurous than a Caribbean cruise or a trip to Hawaii or Mexico, consider one of these honeymoon destinations that take the concept of “exotic” to a new level. Naturally, you’ll have to do your homework to find the perfect fit for you and your new spouse, and careful planning is crucial. Still, couples rave about these out-of-the-way places, and a honeymoon at any one of the following ten locations will provide memories to last a lifetime.

1. Belize. From sunset cruises to caving, rappelling, kayaking and exploring Mayan ruins, you’ll find plenty to do in this Central American nation, which CNN dubbed an “up-and-coming” destination for newlyweds. Belize is also a haven for birders, eco-travelers and snorkelers, with both jungle and beachside accommodations available. Book an all-inclusive package on the shore of the Caribbean, or add an excursion into the rainforest to get a feel for the diversity of wildlife.

Wedding Menu Planning Tips


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Wedding food menuIf your reception is going to be in a hotel, restaurant or other facility that provides food, you will need to select a meal to serve your guests. Most of these facilities will have a predetermined menu from which to select your meal. There are usually many different menus to choose from and a range of prices. If your reception is going to be in a facility that does not provide food, you will need to hire an outside caterer. The caterer will be responsible for preparing, cooking, decorating and serving the food. Again, there will be many different choices of food and a range of prices.

There are many options available as to the actual food service. Food can be served either buffet style or as a sit-down meal. It should be chosen according to the time of day, year, and formality of the wedding. Another thing to keep in mind is the ages of the guests. If there are a great many elderly individuals or children, a sit-down dinner is usually the better choice. Although there are many main dishes to choose from, chicken and beef are the most popular selections for a large event, followed closely by salmon. Ask your facility manager or caterer for their specialty. If you have a special type of food you would like to serve at your reception, select a facility or caterer who specializes in preparing it. One of the new trends is to go totally ethnic, focusing on the cuisine from a particular region or country. Many catering services even have the servers dress in the traditional garb of that country.

Exotic Wedding Themes


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Western style weddingIf you’re looking to have a theme to your wedding but not quite sure how to make it special, what do you need to know? This is a list of some interesting theme ideas for your reception and how you can make them happen.

If you want to add a special flare to your wedding, try a theme that is important to both you and your future spouse. This theme truly can be anything. But here are a few ideas for you to consider.

Western-style wedding

Deck the groom and groomsmen in cowboy boots and hats, maybe even a bandana. Add western-style gowns for the bride and her bridesmaids and you’ve got a western wedding. You may also want to bring in horses for a nice touch. Maybe you and your spouse will travel from the wedding to the reception in a horse-drawn carriage. Consider even having barbecue at the reception, and plenty of square dancing and country-line dancing to entice the crowd to get into the western mood.

Ethnic wedding

If you’re African-American, Asian-American, or have some other deeply rooted heritage, how about an ethnic wedding? Wear gowns that highlight your heritage. Make sure the groom and groomsmen are wearing ethnic clothes, too. Decorate the church and reception hall with items that would characterize your theme.

Wedding Weight Loss Tips


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Weight LossThe big day will be here before you know it. Be sure you feel you’re best with these four weight loss tips.

Wedding weight loss is a common concern for brides-to-be, as they wonder how in the world they’re going to fit into the dress of their dreams. Whether you’re a fast-paced executive, laid-back entrepreneur, or a stressed-out grad student, the following wedding weight loss tips could prove quite beneficial for any schedule:

1) Drink Water

I know you’ve heard that drinking at least eight glasses of water can lead to a glowing complexion and improved digestion, but boy…isn’t it hard? Counting the amount of water you drink on a daily basis can become rather tiresome. However, it will pay off in the long run with faded dark circles under your eyes, flushed body fat, and a decreased appetite. In order to meet your recommended quota:

• Keep a bottle of water beside your bed – drink ½ of it before you go to bed and finish the rest as soon as you wake up. 

• Carry a bottle of water around with you and sip it throughout the day.

• Before each meal, drink ½ to 1 bottle of water.

Foods You Should Avoid Before the Wedding


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Avoid Dairy ProductsAvoid these 5 foods to look and feel great the day of your wedding.

After all the work you’ve put into your wedding day, the last thing you want is an upset stomach, bloating, or a gas problem. Nervousness, excitement, and all the other emotions you’ll experience on your big day are enough to deal with – you don’t want to add to the problems by eating the wrong foods. A couple of foods to consider avoiding before the wedding include:
   
Sodas and carbonated drinks. Soft drinks have a number of bad effects on brides. Bloating is common, along with belching, so it’s best to avoid them – at least until after you say, “I do”.
   
Starchy foods. Starches are also foods associated with bloating and gas. Stay away from potatoes, pasta, and rice on the day of and the day before the wedding. Corn and breads can have similar effects – try wraps or pita bread for sandwiches if you need a snack before the wedding.