As far as fun reception activities to entertain your wedding guests go, this out-of-the-box idea truly takes the [wedding] cake. Meet Robert Fiore, The Wedding Tattooer. Add him to your guest list, and your friends and family can leave the reception with a permanent reminder of your big day etched into their skin.
Any wedding that isn't in the bride or groom's hometown, or current place of residence, can be considered a destination wedding - and the hardest thing about planning a destination wedding? Making decisions, involving a lot of money, about vendors and services you've never tried before. Brides planning a hometown wedding are probably already familiar with a lot of the best wedding venues in the area, they know instinctively which hotels to suggest to out-of-town guests and, while they might not know the names of the most reputable catering companies off the bat, they can reach out to other friends and get recommendations.
Even though we've all had romantic daydreams about how fantastic our honeymoon will be someday, it seems to be the one aspect of the wedding that many of brides completely put off planning until the very last minute. For some it's budget-related because they have to know what they owe for their wedding before they can splurge on a trip.
Let's face it: Seating charts are tough. It's a logistical puzzle made all the more complicated when you add emotions and family politics into the mix! And of course, you have to remember that most of your guests will come in pairs. For most guests, it's pretty simple: you seat each couple together at the same table.
Returning to work after having a baby is difficult on any mom. Settling into a new routine and constantly thinking about the littlest love you left for the day is emotionally and mentally tough. And as difficult as it is, when it comes to moms who are breastfeeding, a whole new layer of challenges arise.