Articles, Tips & Hints for Your Wedding
Wedding timeline - your checklist So, you just got engaged? Congratulations. Now it's time for you to plan your wedding. Being organized always pays, so we've come up with this handy 12-month checklist to make your big day fuss-free.
Beauty tips Our TietheKnot beauty writer has put together some great tips that will make any blushing bride feel confident and sexy on her big day
Resources Suppliers, bargains and links to relevant resources for your big day
Get the perfect spray tan: If you want that sun-kissed look without the UV exposure, self-tanning is the best option.You don't need to worry about orange, streaky skin if you follow these pre-tanning tips from our TietheKnot beauty writer.
Teeth whitening treatments: If you’re looking for a quick way to take years off of your face, a teeth whitening treatment is definitely a winning bet
Losing Weight: You are the bride, all eyes are going to be on you, and you want to look your most beautiful for your wedding day.
Legal Stuff: Where to find a celebrant or legal religious officiant. The legal requirements for getting married in Australia..
Bridegroom's speech: Often the bridegroom’s speech is his first major public speaking experience. Here is a guide to help you through it.
Best Man's speech: You have a general idea of what to say, but you want your speech to be memorable. Here are a few ways to help you accomplish that.
Best Man's Duties: Here is a list of what you are expected to do now you are the Best man.
Maid of Honour speech: Its the maid of honours job to keep the bride happy and entertain her with your speech; here are a few tips.
Maid of Honour's Duties: Its the maid of honour's job to keep the bride happy Here is a list of what you are expected to do now you've got the job.
The Bride's Parents These days, couples often plan, execute and pay for most, if not all, of their wedding. Traditionally there were responsibilities that the parents of the bride covered..
Seating at your wedding: What if you have chosen a park for your wedding? Or how should a couple seat their parents if they are divorced? How should one seat Guests for interfaith weddings?
Hiring a band for your wedding: It has to be special in every possible way. Your music can give that added edge to your celebration by changing it from just another wedding to ‘The Wedding’.
Children at your wedding?: Children can make a wonderful addition to any wedding but they also have the potential for livening up the wedding with unexpected antics...
dog at your wedding?: Man's
best friend is enjoying a higher profile when it comes to tying the
knot. In short, well-trained tail-waggers are showing up as ring bearers,
groomsmen, maids of honour.
Thank You Notes: Etiquette and wording: Approach thank-you notes with as much thought and organization as the rest of your wedding planning process.
Tips to Save Money: Don't spend a small fortune on your wedding day- save some of it for your honeymoon!
Green Weddings: Is it chic to have a green wedding? Yes, its a trend that is here to stay. Having a celebration and leaving a small footprint on the planet is the new way to show the couples love, and their love for the planet.
Wedding Day Emergency Kits: With this complete kit, everyone in your party and your guests will have all the OOPS covered. No Sweat!
Planning Your Honeymoon: Here are 10 helpful honeymoon tips to keep your newlywed journey stress free!
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