A wedding is one of the most important events in one’s life. It is important to make sure that all aspects during the wedding is addressed, from simple flower decorations and outfits up to essential items like food and the ceremony. With all of these factors, there are certain necessities that are neglected. Because of this, some couples opt for wedding ceremonies and receptions in hotels. Of course, this option is quite expensive, but you can enjoy wonderful features when organizing a wedding in hotels. Unfortunately, there are instances when couples make mistakes in choosing a hotel for their wedding ceremony and reception, which can surely affect the whole event. To allow couples to avoid these issues, below are some of the mistakes that may occur.
Not checking out the space
One of the most common mistakes couples make when opting for hotels is not checking the space. When organizing a wedding, couples invite all their friends, relatives and even colleagues. So, it is imperative that you look for a hotel with a huge space that is ideal for wedding ceremonies or receptions. In this way, all of your guests can witness your wedding properly.
Choosing hotels with inadequate event items
When planning a
Love does not consist in gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.
~Antoine de Saint-Exupery~
When I first worked with couples, I thought the key to a better relationship was good communication. As I continued my career, I realized that marriage and similar relationships were more complicated than that. I also learned that there is no easy solution to staying together. Half of all marriages last and half don’t, despite a commitment “til death do us part.” I have not encountered any reliable statistics on the comparative success rate of relationships outside of marriage.
Most people say they got together because they love each other. But what does that mean? Love can mean sexual or romantic feelings, finding someone who cares about you or whom you care about. Many potential partners look for someone to take care of them. They might also be in the market for someone to take care of. Yet it is very easy to fall into the trap of depending on someone who might not always be there or trying to control the other person to keep the relationship the way they want it.
What does it take to keep the commitment alive? In