Major life events (happy or sad occasions) are intrinsically stressful. We all go through different milestones in life, moving home, changing jobs or the birth and death of someone we love. Some people transition through these changes with ease while others struggle with great difficulty.
The good thing to recognize is that stress management (while it seems to be an abstract concept) is actually a real life skill that when mastered by brides can transform the wedding planning experience into a positive event for both couple.
Surrounded by family and friends, Alan and Marian tied the knot and promised forever!
Between renovating a house and looking after kids our beautiful couple organized their big day with much love and support from their family. From self-catering, baking the wedding cake to the gorgeous bouquets – each piece surely had a personal family touch.
If you’ve just got engaged, congratulations, and welcome to a very exciting time of your life! One of the few things you should do is work your way through the initial wedding planning checklist which also includes budgeting!
For most people, a wedding will be the largest and most complicated event they will ever help plan. Organizing a wedding requires a lot of forethought and planning. To help make sure that your big day goes off without hitch, you need to stay focus on the details.
Shawn and Marilyn’s colorful wedding was truly refreshing! The couple tried to personalize details of their big event to make it intimate and personal. Set in Katathani Phuket Beach Resort and surrounded by friends and family, it was indeed a December to remember!