June, July and August – not only some of the most fun months of the year, but also that time of year when everyone and their mother has decided to have their wedding. Wedding season has officially begun, and Plenty of Fish is taking a deep dive into what singles really have to say about weddings and finding the perfect plus one to accompany them.
Are you planning a destination wedding this year? If so, you’re not the only one dreaming of sandy beaches and tropical scenery for your nuptials—25 percent of weddings are destination-based according to TripSavvy.
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.
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.
The one-of-a-kind wedding look, something that almost every couple wants to achieve. As desired as it is, though, completing that signature look is much easier said than done for most.
How often have you looked at a stunning wedding photo and wondered, “How on earth did they pull that off?” It might seem like magic, but it’s just a combination of careful planning and smart style choices.
Wedding gifts usually come down to a few typical presents every couple either registers for or expects to get, and everyone is getting tired of it (yes, the couple included). If the couple getting married hasn’t registered and you have the opportunity to be creative in choosing the gift, here are some ideas that are definitely everything but boring!