How to put together a stunning spring wedding theme
There are already signs that spring is on its way, with the first shoots of bulbs poking through the ground and even the odd blossom on the trees. Spring is a wonderfully romantic season to get married in, bringing with it the promise of summer after a long, harsh winter.
A spring wedding allows you to take your pick from a plethora of flowers. You can go wild with flowers in your hair and on your dress, decorating the wedding venue and even brightening up your wedding cake.
5 steps to persuading your partner to pop the question
So you’ve been dating for quite a while. You’ve met each other’s parents and everyone likes each other. It’s time to take the next step and get engaged, but there’s only one problem.
There’s no proposal.
Now you don’t want to force the issue. After all, you love your partner and you don’t want to pressure them. At the same time, it really is time they followed the advice of the great Beyoncé and put a ring on it.
You’re at your wits’ end. You’ve tried leaving wedding magazines lying around. You’ve tried sharing the link to your Pinterest wedding collection. You’ve even tried putting together a wedding song playlist and play it on constant repeat whenever he’s around, but he still hasn’t taken the hint.
It’s time to get serious. Here’s our handy guide to what to do when you’re desperate for a proposal.
Picture the scene. The happy couple have just exchanged their vow and they’re leaving the church to start their new lives together. The guests gather outside to throw rice at the bride and groom, an ancient tradition associated with good luck and fertility, but just as they’re about to start, someone cries out “Stop! Didn’t you know that rice kills birds?”
It’s a myth so pervasive that it’s been referenced in TV shows like The Simpsons and Cybill. The theory is that wild birds who eat the rice will be harmed when the grains soak up stomach fluids,
Five Ridiculous Diets People were Crazy Enough to Try!
You’ve got your wedding booked at Kippure Estate. You’ve bought the perfect dress and everyone’s going to be there. The only problem is that as the big day draws near, you start to worry about fitting into your dress.
In desperation, you feel like you’ll do anything to lose weight fast, but be careful. Some diets range from the silly to the outright dangerous.
Before you do something daft, look at what NOT to do when dieting to fit into your wedding dress.