A hen’s night is meant to be fun.
It is a night that isn’t meant to be taken too seriously, so the bride and all her closest friends can spend a night letting their hair down and escape from wedding planning stress.
If you’ve been put in charge of organising a hens’ for a bride-to-be, here are some easy tips to add a lot of fun and make it the night really feel like a special event so if you’ve already found a great place to have your hen’s night here are some good tips to add those nice little bells and whistles.
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Finding a wedding venue can be overwhelming most times. With so many options available one can easily get confused on where to throw a wedding.
Having had some experience in wedding planning and organized few ceremonies, I have compiled a list of 10 venues to throw a wedding party in the city of Melbourne
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No matter how much effort you put into planning your wedding, mistakes and accidents are bound to happen. A survival kit is necessary for a bride to take along on her wedding day. This kit should contain tools that would fix up little glitches and bad happenings. Preparing for unforeseen circumstances is one major key to pulling off a successful event. A survival kit is not only needed for brides. Event planners, groomsmen and basically anyone going for a major event needs one.
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A wedding is a lovely event that everyone looks forward to, but planning it isn’t an easy part. It involves so much work and takes a good amount of time. To be on the safe side always start planning your wedding 16 months before the big day, that way there would be sufficient time to handle unforeseen circumstances.
Here are basic steps you should follow and things to get done when planning for a wedding