Tuesday, July 14, 2009
So we offer a great suggestion to earn a side income to all newly weds to help reduce the money issues that all new marriages are confronted with. Whatever it is, selling knives, mowing lawns, making crafts, or network marketing. Pick something that both of you can do to earn a side income in addition to your regular jobs.
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Monday, June 16, 2008
Thursday, May 22, 2008
If you’re planning on tying the knot soon but find yourself nervous about the wedding your part of an elite group of people commonly known as the bride or groom. Getting pre-wedding butterflies or “jitters” is a common occurrence that affects most couples as they prepare to begin their lives together. However, it doesn't have to be that way and there are a number of things you can do to prevent wedding butterflies.
1. Talk openly about your feelings with your fiancé. As simple as it sounds, this can be the most important thing you can do to prevent wedding butterflies. Most people are surprised to find out that their fiancé is experiencing similar feelings. Discussing your feelings openly with one another will help calm both of your nerves about the big day.
2. Plan ahead. One of the main reasons that so many brides stress out over their wedding day is because they don’t feel prepared. Most brides are so concerned about details of the day that they loose perspective and don’t enjoy the moment. Grooms, on the other hand, tend to worry much less about the actual wedding as they do the commitment that follows it. So sorry guys, this bit of advice won’t help you in that area. Proper planning will go a long way to helping you worry less about all the details.
3. Have fun. Of course, this is easier than it sounds but your wedding should be filled with joy so try and smile both before and on your big day. One fun and creative idea to help prevent wedding butterflies is to actually purchase butterflies to release at your wedding. That way when people ask if you’ve got wedding butterflies you can proudly answer yes. Then at the special moment during your wedding you and your guests can release the live butterflies into the air as a celebration of your love. You can learn more about live butterfly releases by visiting Live Butterfly Wedding Release
Sunday, May 11, 2008
Farm raised wedding monarch butterflies accentuates the essence of change so what better way of celebrating the amazing new beginnings in your life than with a cloud of these magical creatures? Live release butterflies are individually packaged in attractive triangular card stock boxes.
Saturday, May 3, 2008
Your wedding day is one of the most memorable and monumental events of your life. When you add a live butterfly release to this special event, you give your guests a memory to last a lifetime. Live wedding butterflies bring that unique touch to your wedding day without all the mess of rice, birdseed, or balloons that break and leave unsafe remnants behind.
Butterflies bring that special touch of elegance that will make your wedding day unforgettable to all who attend. Your wedding butterflies can be released individually or en mass. Some choose individual butterfly releases by guests. Each guest is given an envelope with the bride and groom's name printed on it containing a wedding butterfly waiting to be released. You also have the option of having each of your wedding butterflies enclosed in a beautifully decorated butterfly release / display cage.