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  • admin 10:31 am on December 3, 2013 Permalink  

    Is a loan a good idea of financing your dream wedding? 

    It is the one day of your life that you have thought about ever since you were young. At your fifth birthday party, you would have been talking about Prince Charming and how you would be walking up the aisle of a fairytale castle. Your school prom was merely a way for you to try out the different dress styles you would have in your wedding.

    You wedding day should be the happiest day of your life and it will be one of the biggest as well. The whole of your family will be there, the whole of your partner’s family will be there. Your friends, work colleges and even that one guy that you don’t like but you just had to invite because he’s an old family friend will all be there.financing

    The venue will be booked at least a year in advance, you will have the dress made and ready for adjustments six months in advance. The big things will be organised a long time before you plan to walk down the aisle. But you will also have started to pay for these items too. Deposits are necessary for every aspect of your wedding and you will have to pay upfront for the at least the cake if not more.

    There is no need to compromise in your high standards just because you do not have access to the money at the right time. A simple loan could be the best decision you make in the build up to your wedding. Taking on a lump sum loan at the start of all of your plans and slowly pay it off over the months building up to your big day.

    You would not want to be walking down the aisle and looking at all the proud faces of your friends and family before looking at the end of the aisle and seeing a cheap bunch of flowers taped to the side of a pew.

  • admin 1:18 pm on November 22, 2013 Permalink  

    What are the best places to hold a wedding? 

    Traditionally, there was a very simple answer to this question – in church (or another place of worship) or at the register office were the only options. However, since the relaxation of these rules, almost anything goes. The place you choose will need to be approved by the local authority and certain rules do still apply. For instance, in England and Wales open air venues are not considered appropriate but these are acceptable in

    There are many things to consider when deciding on a venue. Firstly, is a wedding within a place of worship important to you? Even those who are not regular church goers sometimes feel this is an essential part of the marriage ceremony.

    Also of obvious importance is the question of budget. If you have only limited resources, it is best not to set your heart on the fairy-tale castle. You may think of the local register office as a poor substitute, but they usually have a range of different rooms available, some of them surprisingly sumptuous.

    If your budget is larger then the choice gets a lot harder as there are so many options available. Do you have a particular theme in mind? The die-hard football fan could choose his local football ground. The history buff may go for a castle or even a museum. The ceremony may be held in intimate surroundings with just a few witnesses or in a stately home with hundreds of sit-down guests. Many venues will also be able to arrange catering and other elements of the ceremony and reception. One thing you can be sure of, there is something out there for everyone.

    Of course, you also have the option of getting away from this country altogether. Combining the honeymoon with a wedding overseas attended by a select few family or friends may be the perfect option for some.

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