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A Guide to Wedding Planning


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Wedding PlanningEvery woman desires to have the wedding of her dreams. May it be a garden wedding or a church wedding or a temple wedding, every woman dreams to have the most memorable and exceptional wedding that she can have. And why not? It is the event that binds her with the man she loves. Your wedding should therefore be well planned and necessitates some know how in wedding planning. Here are few things to remember when planning for your wedding:

Learn from others. Asking the idea of other people is a brilliant move for a bride to be. Getting input means asking other people about their experiences on their wedding so you will have an idea what and where to look for things you need. Your sister might be able to give you input on where to buy the best and most reasonably priced cake or an older brother might be able to recommend you to a very brilliant wedding singer. This also goes true with seeking for help and assistance on your wedding day.

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A great wedding need not be an expensive one


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Indian WeddingThere is absolutely no doubt about the fact every would be bride and bride groom want their wedding to be a memorable occasion not just for them but also for their guests. So, what is that magic mantra that will make this possible? Some say it is pots and oodles of money. But I say that is smart planning and clever use of available resources including money. With a dash of creativity thrown in.

With the concept of the big fat Indian wedding gaining popularity worldwide and newer areas of specialization, in the fashion and jewellery industry which have an obvious focus on the marriage market, planning and prioritizing have gained a great deal of significance in preventing dream weddings from getting translated into waking nightmares.

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Wedding Plans


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Wedding PlansSo the date is set. Your wedding has now changed from some indefinite dot in the future to a definite event that is scheduled to happen on a particular day and date. So many things go through your mind – will there be time enough to buy all the things you need? Will you be able to satisfy all the friends and family members you love with a memorable, satisfying wedding? Will your survive your own grueling work schedule and wedding to finally make it into your partner’s arms with body and spirit intact? These are important questions, and the answer to all of them is just some nifty planning and preparation in the weeks leading up to your wedding.

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Wardrobe Management


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Wardrobe ManagementDid you know that most of us wear only twenty percent of all the clothes in our possession eighty percent of the time? Yet not many of us can confidently say that we spend only a few seconds looking for an outfit even when we do a leisurely search. In fact, a young couple I know say that most of the times they end up being thrown off balance by the deluge of clothes and other things when they open their cupboards without prior planning.  A fact seconded by many of the younger generation. So, here’s how a few simple moves will put you out of your misery.
 
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Walking tall, walking alone— the single child!


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Walking tall, walking alone-- the single childIn the corridors of childhood’s carefree years, he walked alone – my son. Knowing neither the companionable comfort of a brother’s support nor the competitive edge of sibling rivalry, he had no sister or brother’s jealousy to contend with.

The sole claimant to his parents’ love, he remained our only child. When asked whether he ever missed having a brother or sister, he says, “Of course I did. But my friends and cousins made up for this lack. Yet there were times when I wanted so badly to confide in someone whom I could completely trust and those were the times I missed having a brother.” 

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