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Itâs no secret that wearing a suit can make pretty much any man double in attractiveness, as long as his hair, stubble and skin are in good shape too. But there is sometimes a real lack of individual style in men’s tailoring. Even if youâre not usually a suit wearing kind of guy, thereâs one day you canât really avoid it — your wedding day.
Itâs also no secret that the wedding day is the brideâs day. Itâs her fairytale becoming reality, and sheâs the princess of the tale. Her dress willÂ be the most spectacular,her hair and makeup faultless, andÂ the spotlight shall be set firmly on her. Unfortunately, too many style-inept grooms and groomsmenÂ tarnishÂ this perfectionÂ with unpolished shoes, a poorly fitted suit or scruffy hair. We thought weâd give some tips that will not only make sure youâre presentable for the big day, but also add a touch more style to your wedding attire. Continue reading “Men: How To Look Stylish on Your Wedding Day” »
Getting engaged is a huge event in the lives of young couples. Once you decide to tie the knot, your attention will quickly turn to celebrating with an engagement party. This is a time when you get the opportunity to entertain friends and family members. However, there are certain unwritten rules you have to follow. When it comes to engagement party etiquette, these are some of the factors you need to consider.Continue reading “Engagement Party Etiquette: What You Need to Know” »
Let’s face it: wedding registries are traditionally, um, lame. They’d be super cool if everyone who got married was fifty years old and obsessed with floral-themed china — but we’re not. We’re in our twenties and thirties and we need stuff, and there’s more to our new house and expenses than just linens and napkin rings.