Marisol Mac. wedding. February 20th , 2017.
Wedding is in a form the biggest and the only occasion, in which one gets to enjoy a number of cuisines, to the fullest. Also, one can say this, due to the increasing pressure of work in the modern lifestyle these days. The people consider wedding as the time, to enjoy and utilise the time for fun and eating. This is the moment, when one can sit and cherish the moments with his family members, the memories of which last forever. Indian marriages are popular for its flashiness and the money spent to make the event grand and the most talked about. Indians have this habit to earn fame and name by spending a lot in their children's wedding and in fact these days, a competition is going on, as in whose marriage arrangements are best in the town.
A professional master of ceremonies can make your reception lively. Yet in most cases couples will just ask their friends or relatives to be the master of ceremonies. In fact I find this quite a strange phenomenon. You have spent plenty of time and effort to make your wedding reception perfect. You have found the best wedding favor, the most beautiful flowers and made the most perfect decorations. However, you do not find the best master of ceremonies.
Let's face it; the day you get married is probably the biggest day in your life, and one which you'll no doubt remember forever. Of course, we all have our own ideas as to what makes a wedding day special, but that doesn't change the fact that a key decision in planning a wedding will involve the choice between a civil or religious ceremony.
Tell your loved ones when the wedding will be. This includes your parents (of course), best friends and close family. The best way to tell your loved ones of your impending engagement is in person. If you can, travel to see your family to tell them the news. Your mother will want to examine the ring, and your father will want to pat your fianc on the back and tell him if he ever hurts you, hell kill him. The usual, of course.
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