Your love life is your business. We respect the trust you’ve given us because, let’s face it, matters of the heart are private. As professionals in the field of building connections, we, at Plenty of Fish, know that transparency is key to any healthy relationship.
Planning the perfect wedding can be a daunting task. The average couple in the US has between 12-18 months from the time that they become engaged to the day of their wedding. This may seem like you have ample time, however if you aren’t regularly sticking to a wedding planning checklist, time may sneak up on you and your big day may fall short of your childhood dreams. Here are some tips to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Continue reading ➞ The Blueprint to Your Dream Wedding
Love, that ethereal four-letter word. A word that can invoke lust, dreaminess, and frustration. Most certainly never boring and oftentimes all consuming. We seek it when sometimes we shouldn’t, miss it when it’s gone, and embrace it when we find it.
Continue reading ➞ Tips for Navigating Your Love Life On A Dating App
Getting engaged should be one of the most exciting, romantic, and memorable occasions of your life. What do you do after the engagement? There are few moments in life as exciting as the days following your engagement. You are exploding with happiness and want to share it with the world. Take care to prioritize who gets to know first. How should you reveal the happy occasion to your families? You will undoubtedly want to make the announcement as memorable and unique as possible. Once you have let the proverbial cat out of the bag, your family will want to know all about it.
Continue reading ➞ 5 Unique Ways to Tell Your Family & Friends You’re Engaged
We’re all familiar with those awful, ancient dating “rules”. The same ones we’ve been conditioned into thinking are the norm; “Always play hard to get!”, “If he doesn’t call in 3 days, it’s over, he’s not interested!”. When you’re knee deep in swoon-city you shouldn’t have to stress about those trivial mandates.
Continue reading ➞ Post Date Etiquette: The Follow Up, The Next Date, and The Debrief