Walking down the aisle and choosing to leave your past behind to start a new future with the love of your life is worthy of praise.
As human beings, we've become so accustomed to focusing on the red flags in life, business, and relationships. Dissecting and becoming aware of the problem in our lives is important because it helps us gain clarity on what we really want thereby inviting the solution. But I believe it's equally important to praise the good stuff. To discuss and paint vivid images of the experiences and scenarios that do actually bring us joy. In other words, to focus more on moving toward pleasure rather than avoiding pain.
Once you’ve tied the knot and the honeymoon phase is over, nothing will ever be the same. There are new obligations, new priorities. Managing your time and activities becomes a little more challenging under the new role of being the lady of the house. When life gets busy, and it will, you're automatic response is most likely going to be - put yourself last.
If you’re planning your honeymoon you’ve likely come across a lot of recommendations for Paris, Las Vegas, Bali, and Italy. Those are all great destinations, but maybe they're not in your budget or part of your travel style. Maybe you want somewhere off the beaten path; somewhere more unique. We created this list for brides who want a specially tailored honeymoon that truly celebrates you and your love. Skip the crowds of tourists and the overpriced resorts; here are 10 of the most underrated honeymoon destinations.
When it comes to planning your wedding as a Christian couple, there are so many beautiful traditions you can include. There’s nothing like celebrating your marriage with your friends, family, and congregation in a way that honors God’s meaning in your lives. So, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 best, most meaningful Christian traditions for you to incorporate.
When choosing which store to create your wedding registry at, there is a multitude of things to consider. What do you actually want or need? What are the price ranges your guests are comfortable with? What happens if you get something you liked in pictures but hate in-person? What if you don’t want physical gifts at all? There are so many factors that go into this decision, so we compiled a list of our top 10 favorite wedding registry ideas and why.
Honeymooning is a tradition that had its start in the 5th century. Newly-married couples would treat themselves to a honey-based mead drink to celebrate their first night and to create some sparks through the aphrodisiac beverage. Eventually, we got to where we are today where brides are expected to plan an entertaining and romantic wedding, as well as an epically impressive honeymoon. It can feel like a requirement of the wedding process and the initiation of marriage. But is it really that important to your relationship to have a honeymoon? For some, having a honeymoon is a must. But we think every couple is different, as are the reasons you’d have for not going on one.