Month: March 2022

wedding ceremony mistakes

Common Wedding Ceremony Mistakes

There are a lot of wedding ceremony mistakes that are easy to make, so be sure to keep things in mind when you are preparing for your wedding day. Traditionally, the wedding ceremonies were all the same, without even varying much other than the faith or the cultural practice. However, nowadays, you need to fulfil different themes and formalities. Due to this

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Tips for Giving the Best Wedding Toast EVER

Although the wedding couple is the headliners of their special day, the best man, bride's father, and other guests of the wedding party are sometimes required to give speeches at the party. In the meantime, numerous progressive brides defied convention by giving their own addresses. Unfortunately, the unique privilege brings a lot of strain — how can you

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Priyanka & Satveer – Sydney,NSW

An unforgettable wedding ceremony amid a pandemic Throughout this challenging time,  be it in any part of the world, we have heard from various couples and wedding vendors that it is not easy to stay up to date with the COVID-19 regulations of the government. Australia is no exception. The couples and families are forced to postpone the dates each time.

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How to Have a Beach Wedding?

Close your eyes and imagine yourself on your wedding day – there is a great possibility that you will envision sunny skies, a cold light wind, and sand all over your toes - those moments are going to make your day. Whether you are organizing it close to your residence on a private lake or near a crystal clear ocean in a steamy destination, you need to know

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Questions to Ask Your Wedding Celebrant

Your wedding day is here, so it is the right time to find the right person to perform your wedding ceremony! No matter the type of wedding ceremony you and your spouse-to-be have planned, you need to find a perfect wedding celebrant, which is also an essential piece of the puzzle. It is necessary to know the top questions you can ask your wedding

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Reena & Andrew

Reena & Andrew – Canberra, ACT

  It's been billed as "Australia's biggest multicultural wedding" at Parliament House in Canberra. And it was certainly a massive, joyous event - one the happy couple described as "an example of how people from different faiths and cultures can come together and equally celebrate each other's background". Indian-Australian media personality Reena Koak,

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