perfect wedding

Prob­a­bly, every girl, dream­ing of a wed­ding, imag­ines a beau­ti­ful hol­i­day — a chic dress, a lim­ou­sine, hap­py looks from her par­ents and slight­ly envi­ous girl­friends, a won­der­ful­ly dec­o­rat­ed ban­quet hall and deli­cious treats. But few of us think about how to make the per­fect wed­ding, so prepar­ing for a hap­py event makes many peo­ple pan­ic.


One of the stum­bling blocks for a cou­ple is the choice of the day for the wed­ding. Let’s look at a few ways to choose the per­fect­date.

  1. The first way is the eas­i­est. You just need to find out what time of the year you both like. For exam­ple, are you both fans of spring? Then any day of the 3 months of this won­der­ful time of the year could be the per­fect time for your wed­ding. Just remem­ber that accord­ing to pop­u­lar beliefs, you need to play aon Sun­day or Fri­day, but Tues­day and Wednes­day are not the best choice.
  2. Many want to see a “beau­ti­ful” date in the mar­riage cer­tifi­cate: 12/20/2012, 10/13/13, etc. But from the point of view of numerol­o­gy, such a choice can be dan­ger­ous. Such a com­bi­na­tion of num­bers car­ries the ener­gy of destruc­tion, and there­fore mar­riage can be very prob­lem­at­ic.
  3. Those who hon­or Astrol­o­gy can make an astro­log­i­cal por­trait (of their own and future spouse) and cal­cu­late the ide­al date for mar­riage. If for some rea­son this is not pos­si­ble, then you should at least look at the lunar cal­en­dar. On 3–5, 8–9, 12–14 and 19–20 lunar days, acan­not be played.
  4. Numerol­o­gists also have their own way of choos­ing the ide­al date for mar­riage. It is nec­es­sary to add up all the dig­its of the birth­day of each of the future spous­es sep­a­rate­ly, and the addi­tion must be con­tin­ued until a sin­gle dig­it remains. Next, the two result­ing num­bers also need to be added up, the result­ing result will be the ide­al­date.
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Dresses for painting in the registry office

How to prepare the perfect wedding?

Once you have decid­ed on the date of the wed­ding, you can start orga­niz­ing the hol­i­day. Let’s dis­cuss the main points of prepa­ra­tion.

  1. The per­fect place for a wed­ding. There are many options to weed out the extra ones, try to see the whole image of your wed­ding. After that, look for places that meet your desires and are afford­able. Do not give up desire, con­sid­er­ing its exe­cu­tion too expen­sive. If desired, even an ordi­nary din­ing room can turn into a hall of a medieval cas­tle. Do not for­get about the num­ber of guests and the rules of con­duct in the room you rent.
  2. Do not get hung up on tri­fles, it is still impos­si­ble to fore­see every­thing. Yes, and they seem crit­i­cal only at the time of prepa­ra­tion, and if youris not eval­u­at­ed by the media, then it’s okay that the col­or of the nap­kins will be slight­ly dif­fer­ent from the shade of the table­cloth.
  3. Don’t be afraid to impro­vise. If some­thing does not go accord­ing to plan, there will be no dis­as­ter. No one but you knows what your ide­al looks like, and there­fore a lit­tle impro­vi­sa­tion will be to the taste of the guests.
  4. Of course, the excite­ment on this day is inevitable, but still you should try to relax and enjoy your hol­i­day. Do what you want, and do not obey the require­ments of soci­ety. The main thing is that you and your loved one are now one fam­i­ly and this fact can no longer spoil or change any­thing.
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Wedding cake figurines


But the unrest lies in wait not only for the new­ly­weds, the future mar­riage also throws up a dif­fi­cult task for their guests. You also need to choose an out­fit suit­able for the hol­i­day, and fig­ure out how to present a new fam­i­ly. Well, for the per­fec­ty­ou need the per­fect gift. So what could it be?

  1. For a cou­ple who are just start­ing to live togeth­er and have not yet had time to acquire every­thing nec­es­sary, all sorts of house­hold “util­i­ties” will do. It can be dish­es, linens, inte­ri­or items and art objects. True, you need to be care­ful with the last two points, there is a chance not to guess with their pref­er­ences for arrang­ing their home.perfectgift
  2. Those who do not expe­ri­ence dif­fi­cul­ties with house­hold items can be giv­en plea­sure, an impres­sion. These can be cer­tifi­cates to a spa, tick­ets to a con­cert of your favorite artist, a flight in a hot air bal­loon, etc.
  3. How­ev­er, the most com­mon type of gift is mon­ey. They can be pre­sent­ed in an enve­lope, or you can con­nect your imag­i­na­tion and build a mon­ey tree or a bou­quet of mon­ey, pack ban­knotes in the form of sweets and put them in a beau­ti­ful can­dy box.

Hap­py wed­ding, great gifts and per­fect guests!