Two words: be present. In a society that spends so much time on the Internet, I truly feel there’s no substitute for personal contact—whether with clients, prospects or industry peers. Get out and meet with people. Second, look the part. Dressing professionally really does matter in an industry based on impressions.
Greece is a beautiful honeymoon destination when it comes to choosing the perfect place for your European honeymoon – the food is delicious (lamb koftas and Greek salad, anyone?) and there are plenty of islands to explore. History buffs will love learning about the rich history of the country and taking in the ruins.
Let your wedding party sit at a round reception table or two with each other and/or with their dates, and have a sweetheart table for the two of you (to get a little one-on-one time). Another option: You two sit with your parents and let that be the head table, with the wedding party at their own tables.
Not only will there be an exchanging of rings during the wedding ceremony, but the bride will most likely want to wear a few pieces of jewelry to complement her wedding gown. The best way to avoid spending above your jewelry budget is to stay out of high-end stores, and borrow from friends and family.
Planning a wedding can be a expensive, stressful minefield. From choosing the dress, to picking the colour of your flowers, the endless run of decisions can seem never-ending. Here five industry experts reveal their tips and secrets to making the most important day of your life go without a hitch.
You’re just engaged? Congratulations! After the excitement settles (and you’ve read THE book for brides-to-be), don’t be overwhelmed by wedding budget dread. Take charge and make sure you have a clear idea of your wedding budget to ensure you get the most out of your big day. First step? Read on to find out how much the average wedding in the UK costs.