It is known that planning a wedding can be a very stressful process. People book their date sometimes years in advance as you have so much to save for and arrange in that time. Obviously, you can hire a wedding planner to help you out, but I would say the majority of people in the UK tend to arrange it all themselves. There is so much to think about when planning a wedding and you need to make sure you think of everything to ensure your day runs as smoothly without any mishaps.
We all love to throw a party or have a great dinner party every once in a while. The difference between you and I might be the level of detail you go to or how elaborate your event is. Some people choose to have small intimate affairs. Where the detail is in the food and the good company you keep. Others choose to host more people and turn the celebration into an event or party, where every need is catered for. Or you may be somewhere in the middle. However, no matter how big or small your event, party or dinner party is, we all tend to have to go through the same steps to get from planning to implementation stage. I wanted to share with you some of the things you could consider if you are about to embark on the planning of an event very soon. I hope this helps you put it all in top perspective and enables you to create the perfect event.
I can imagine that planning a wedding can be a very stressful time. With so many aspects to think about from guests, outfits, food, flowers and of course the venue and so much more. Most people probably start out with the venue as without that, you simply do not have a wedding! I would guess that many people would have ideas in their head about the type of wedding venue they would want to get married in, if they haven’t already discussed with their partners prior to the engagement. Whether it be somewhere you’ve visited together before or a place you’ve always wanted to go, no doubt you will have an image in your head of the kind of place you want to spend your special day. There can be so many traditional or quirky places you can get married and this guide put together should give you the inspiration you need to choose your venue.
Owning a car can be a great thing as it gives you the freedom to go wherever you like, whenever you like, without having to rely on family, taxis or buses. I could never live without a car now that I’ve had one for a few years. I do think it can make you quite lazy but I’d much rather have my own car to go anywhere I need to get to whenever I need to. I enjoy being the designated driver when going places with my friends also, I tend to be quite a nervous passenger so much prefer being the one doing the driving. On the other hand, having your own car can also be quite a costly purchase. Once the initially deposits and monthly payments are out of the way, there are always things that you have to pay for. Keeping on top of your car is essential in order to keep it working well and avoid any expensive trips to the garage. There are certain parts of your car that you need to look after to guarantee that your car is healthy and won’t be causing any problems on the road.
I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t say they didn’t want to earn a little extra cash each month. Once our payslips come through and we look forward to payday, the reality hits once the money goes into your account and gets transferred straight out again for your bills. Everyone wants to live the comfortable lifestyle they deserve but our full time jobs can’t always provide us with the money to do so. So here are a few little tips you can follow to earn a little extra money each month, and live the lifestyle that you want.
Throwing a cocktail party can be a great idea, whether you’re celebrating somebody else’s birthday or celebrating a special event of your own. If you’ve never thrown a cocktail party before, you might be a bit confused about where to start. The tips here will help you to organize the ultimate cocktail party so that you and your guests have an amazing time:
We read an article the other day about how that community spirit is on the decline, which brought a tear to our eyes I have to admit. We love the tight-knit bond people in a neighborhood have with each other. We love walking down the sidewalk and saying good morning to strangers. Only to bump into them again at the grocery store, the door open to a new friendship. We love our kids being able to play with the kids opposite. And so we go thinking: what would be the best way to rekindle that community spirit in a neighborhood?
When your wedding rolls around, there’s not doubt that it’s going to be one of the most important and memorable days of your life. But can you say the same for all of the people that you’re inviting?After all, if your friends and family are going to multiple weddings over the course of a year, how are you supposed to make sure that your’s stands out? A lot of people assume you need a huge budget to be able to make your wedding stand out, but that’s not true. All it really takes is a little bit of creativity and dedication. With that in mind, here are some incredibly simple things that you can do to make sure that yours is a wedding that your friend remember for a long, long time.
Is your man marriage material? We don’t have the answer to that question, but there are probably signs in your relationship that can help you decide. Considering marriage is a life-changing decision, you want to make sure he’s the right one before the big day arrives. So, before you start looking for a wedding dress, bridesmaid dresses, or a ring, consider the following points to help you make up your mind. Will it be I Do? Or are there enough reasons to make you say I Don’t!
I’ve recently purchased a new car on a lease which I’ve not before done. My last car was PCP and to be quite honest I don’t have much knowledge on any of the options. With smaller down payments and more affordable monthly payments compared to new car financing, you can often save a small fortune by choosing to lease a car. And you usually get a brand new car that is still under the manufacturer’s warranty.