The 7 Not So Secret Things When Saying I Do’s

With these pair of white sacred birds we are sending our promises to heaven.

The wedding month of June have been through for an exactly three weeks and it is noticeable that there are those who haven’t made it to be rendered as June Bride. But to many, it  is not important to them whether it’s the month of June or not, They’ve still chose sacredness and practicality over hype and higher expenses. All of the dates written in the calendar can be considered as important day of their lives as it was in that chilly rainy afternoon that a friend tied the knot with most popular girl in the campus that everybody have gone crazy about upon hearing it because you’ve been chasing her in your entire life. That means Love is truly in the air and there are seven not so secret things you need to learn if you have decided to say I Do.

 

Pre-Ceremony , the emergence of a wedding planner – They say the start is always the hardest, but for a couple who have been through thick and thin they say it’s the hardest part that makes the dream sweeter than anything else. Being in the threshold of fulfilling the act of tying the knot makes them more eager to push the deal. The traditional visitation of the groom’s family to the bride’s home to formally meet and greet the clan even the fraction of a community if your mi amore is a prominent local icon of the place. It is the formal icebreaker for both parties to greatly involved with the preparation and help create a wonderful fairy tale wedding date for the couple and all of this in the orchestration of a wedding planner.

Project Expenses or Budget – Nowadays it’s quite expensive but an easier task forming part of the deal. Internal hedge funding or through a delegation sort of assignment to some very close people in their lives, friends, acquaintances, aunts and uncles and the list goes on up to the tiniest detail of giveaways. You just need to be more practical to accept whatever voluntary-provisions they could afford just to assure you that it’ll timely arrive for the memorable event. Card payment revolutionizes the the most important part of the event and it even broaden the choices of the coupe to settle it in terms for the next 6 months of the honeymoon period.

Choice of Matrimonial Ceremony Venue – in this area of concern pertaining to the historic significance some people are looking at, it’s still big is better while small is best! why? Getting a huge church capacity truly pride its main characters, the couple. The significant facts lies therein is the notion it brings to the guest that you’re really trying to shout to the whole world how you truly love each other and come lunch or dinner time, your 2-3 hours reservation to the reception part is still short and could simply turn into a hush-hush table to table game just to see your photos out of prim and elegance. It’s the  opposite if you choose a relevant chapel, a community chapel where there’s a wide space for parking, enough to accommodate the principal sponsors and close relatives. And come lunch or dinner time, the event could turn into a very personal or intimate one. You’ll have enough time saying your thank yous to everyone present in the hall and have the best smile during the photo op with the guest at 3 to 4 poses including a wacky shot.

Major Sponsors – Gone are the friends of your parents though some still practice it, the front seats are now occupied by politicians, tycoons, taipans and even mafias. It is the idea of getting so much in return as a seed funds for a brand new beginnings. Even if the event has a set protocol as to type of garments, sponsors do normally arrive in  style, glamorous we may say but to them it’s just a normal weekend as their calendar weekends are surely filled with red marks to the major sponsor the community.

Reception Venue and Not so ordinary way of it – It is really different today as compared before. a minimum of 2 hours respite after the matrimonial ceremony follows before the actual ingress of the guest to the reception venue. The old school ways are seldomly seen just how it was in the movie The Godfather scene of Michael Corleone tying the knot with Apolonia in the mountains of Sicily where the reception followed in less than 15 minutes avoiding their guest to get hungry. Today, a dance floor with the full entourage of mobile disco lights metamorphosed the sanctity of marriage into a rave party. It is not about the newly wed couple anymore but about the guest and the experience.

Post-Ceremony – It’s to celebrate, really, with the people behind the success of the event where they’re trooping to the nearest Starbucks for a little chat and comparing and sharing of photos taken from each smartphones. While some packed already and hit the scheduled flight to the beaches with the couple’s honeymoon giving them the idea of a continued friendship even if the two have officially paired for good. Gone are the first dinner or breakfast to the groom’s house with the family as an old tradition which they say brings luckier results to the newly weds life and prosperity.

Honeymoon – no matter what faith and belief you have, this post wedding event solemnity of union must be consummated. Even if it was done before the wedding ceremony, it must be done as it is written in the scriptures and clearly to be adhered to. It’s like a magic that the newly weds apprehensions are gone in a minute. With their professed love and devotion as the main source of strength to fulfill their one life journey.

Getting hitched? Think twice and chill, you might want to postpone it for a couple years  just to be sure of yourself and the obligations inserted therein. Have a nice day ahead. Your comments and suggestions are highly valuable to me, please send them in. Thank you.   

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