Sending love and happy memories to our dear Gregory, Alan, Molly, Daisy, Lilly & the cats. Butchie will be missed.
Celebrating holidays is good for your relationship – especially if you’re planning a wedding. No excuses for not celebrating Halloween people! Here are 3 reasons why getting in the holiday spirit is good for you and your sweetie.
Holidays are built-in together-time: We discussed the “I’m too busy with my wedding to celebrate Halloween” concept in an earlier post. Snap out of it! Take advantage of the momentum in the existing holiday and create traditions with your partner. We’re making memories people!
Holidays are great for new experiences: and it’s been scientifically proven that couples who learn and experience new things together are happier. Take pumpkin carving classes! Learn to traditional Dia De Los Muertos dances! Get happy!
Holidays are FUN! : Whether or not you’re planning a wedding, we all need a little more fun in our lives. Making time to focus on something Halloweeny be it a spooky dinner, decorating your space or just watching The Great Pumpkin you and your honey can make this Halloween a blast.
You’ve got your (fun) work cut out for you. We’ve got Halloween first, Thanksgiving and then the winter holidays are soon upon us. Get out there and celebrate!
ALWAYS read the fine print. Great general advice, but wedding-wise, it’s extra important. So what’s the story on fine print anyway? And how does a couple make sure they don’t miss something that comes back to bite them in the budget? Read on.
Fine print refers to the tiny writing at the ends of contracts. Parts of an arrangement that might not be so favorable to a consumer hide out there, or perhaps on an extra page of “terms and conditions.” Either way, the not in 12 point helvetica. slip in You agree to those by signing the main agreement, so it’s your responsibility to make sure you’ve read through the whole contract. And, our advice is to have someone outside the happy pair read it too. Gauzy visions of a perfect wedding can make that tiny print VERY blurry, and the terms include your filling the venue’s koi pond.
Another thing to check is that you’re booking the professional you are meeting, not one of their representatives. Paying for a professional’s services at your wedding? Make sure you sign a document that says so, not one that says he can send his assistant and go to Lake Tahoe on your dime.
You may find other surprises in your contracts, read them with eagle eyes. If you’re careful, you can avoid nasty surprises from the fine print.
Be well, and love well.