Monthly Archives: September 2018
After receiving an invitation to the wedding, parents with young children should think about whether to take them to the festive event. Of course, if the child is a close relative of the bride or groom, his presence at the wedding is not discussed. But friends or colleagues of the newlyweds are usually invited without children. Consider the arguments for and against the presence of young children at the wedding.
Children their presence can decorate ceremony. Babies in lush, decorated with lace, dresses, scattering rose petals in front of the newlyweds or carrying a long train of a wedding dress, look touching. And how solemn and at the same time touching looks boy in a tuxedo, giving young wedding rings on a pillow! Continue reading
Wedding gifts are significantly different from those that are made to give on other holidays. After all, the gift is given to two-the bride and groom, so you need them to be valuable for both. And it is not so important what this value will be-material or practical, or maybe just a sign of friendship.
On a wedding it is accepted to give gifts which then will be useful in a household or decorating an interior. It can be and kitchen utensils, and appliances, and beautiful dishes, as well as pastel linen, bedspreads, tablecloths or sets.
It should be noted that such gifts are presented to the newlyweds only if they already have their own homes. In the event that they temporarily plan to live with their parents, utilitarianism is unlikely to fit, the only exception may be bed linen. In this situation, the newlyweds can give, for example, an original and beautiful photo album. Continue reading