When I started planning my wedding a few years ago, the last thing on my mind was hiring a Chicago wedding photographer to create my wedding album. Like many engaged couples these days our resources were extremely limited, and I knew if I wanted to pull off a wedding without amassing a huge amount of debt, I would have to be a bit creative.
As a marriage goes on for years, there are times that life gets in the way. It is important for married couples to find the time to remember why they got married in the beginning so that the meaning of their marriage isn’t lost.
Jill recounts the story of how she met her fiance,Josh, and the ins and outs of their relationship in The Blue Jeans. Their romantic tale proves that love knows no distances! Read more in this post on Looking Back…
In this month’s A Very Decent Proposal, we’re reviewing a military proposal unlike any other! Eric, a United States Air Force Academy cadet really put his training to good use. Ironically, instead of parachuting down to a war zone, he parachutes for another mission altogether.
These days, there’s nothing like a good meme. They are funny, entertaining, and witty. Sometimes, they express the exact emotion that you look for. We know that guys have a tough time expressing themselves–which is probably why Tim decided to use memes for proposing! If you’re a netizen, you’ll love this proposal here. Watch the unique way Tim proposed to Audrey in this video…
The movies are a great way for couples to have dates. From the trailers to the end of the credits, the cinema is a romantic and timeless venue for first dates or married couples. And just when Ginny thought that she was simply going to the movies with her brother, something out of the ordinary happens. Watch the video to watch the magic on the silver screen.
With the launch of Wedding Belle, we are introducing a whole new series of articles, features, and editorials. One of which will be the Proposal Report Card. There are just some proposals out there that stand out more than others and in this first article of the Proposal Report Card, we find out how this couple gets “engaged”.
I can still remember our wedding day as clearly as if it was only yesterday. Our marriage ceremony was set for 8:30 AM, Saturday, January 15, 1977 at the Cardinal’s Palace on Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong. The brunch reception followed at Club Filipino where Quinito and I first met in 1973. Malou Veloso did my gown and the light blue and yellow dresses of my bridal entourage. Quinito’s suit was made by Paradiso.
Tweetie de Leon-Gonzalez tells us about her wedding I have a wedding story to share with you. It’s not quite extraordinary yet you may pick up a thing or two. A young couple so in love dreamt to be married despite their very brief courtship and the possible jolt it may incur on many. [...]
Marilen Elizalde recounts her wedding day… Recently, my husband Santi and I celebrated our 15th year wedding anniversary. I could hardly believe how fast time had gone by! We are no longer the newly weds I, for many years, thought we were. We are officially part of the married circle”. As I look [...]