Walking down the aisle…

Thousands of couples who are deeply in love with one another, stumble upon one of the most beautiful decisions they could possibly make in their relationship, that is deciding to get married!  After being together for some time, the urge of wanting to be together for the rest of your lives grows and grows, while one can’t even describe what causes such feeling inside of our bodies, except for what is known as love.  When the decision of getting married comes to life, the long journey of planning that special day for both of you becomes a long journey of disagreements, laughs, excitement, disappointment, stress, and satisfaction.

However, typically planning the wedding depends a lot on how and what the bride wants; yet today, it’s not just about the bride but the groom!  The groom has the right to have a voice in what will happen on the wedding day, especially if he’s going to pay for some of the things.  Weddings are known to be special, unforgettable, and just plain perfect; nevertheless, both the bride and the groom go through a series of reality checks throughout the process.

Here are some tips for the groom to be on:

http://www.squidoo.com/wedding-tips-groom

Here are some tips for the bride to be on:

http://www.weddingideasmag.com/planning-your-wedding/planning/1148-perfect-wedding-planning-10-top-tips.html

The best part of all is seeing how it all comes together on that one special day because then you feel like, “YES! WE DID IT! IT’S PERFECT!” and when you feel that sensation, is when you’re walking down the aisle…

About marialvenegas

I am a recent graduate from CSU East Bay! I earned a B.A. in Communications with an emphasis in Professional, Public, and Organizational Communication. I am an outgoing person who likes to meet new people. I enjoy writing research papers about different areas of communication. I love to dance, be with family and friends, and enjoy the good things in life. Feel free to ask me any questions about me or my blog! You are in for a ride...Enjoy!

Posted on May 24, 2012, in Event Planning and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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