Weddings are all about personalization these days. So how can couples include their mutual passions or hobbies in cute but not-too-cheesy ways? Here are eight great ideas for giving guests a wedding experience that incorporates something special about you as a couple. 1. A group excursion If you're doing a destination wedding, a group excursion is a great way to incorporate your favorite activities into the celebration.
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Moving in together can stir up an abundance of confusing emotions. Of course, you're excited to start a new chapter with your partner-whether you're taking steps towards an engagement or if you're simply feeling more committed. Either way, it's an exciting time, but change can also be stressful. While you may have had sleepovers before, spending every night in the same bed and space with someone and actually trying to catch some Zs can be a whole new ballgame.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier refused to let a spinal injury keep him from dancing on his wedding day. Eighteen months ago, doctors told the NFL star that he had a 20 percent chance of ever walking again after suffering from a debilitating injury during the 2017 season, USA Today reports.
While many partners still face the pressure of gaining parental permission before marrying their S.O., Prince Harry has it a bit tougher-the royal redhead needs approval from Queen Elizabeth herself before he walks down the aisle. No pressure or anything. While Harry's already set to marry Meghan Markle in two months at St.
The Internet has had a LOT of feelings over Meghan Markle's surprise appearance at the British Fashion Awards Monday night. First, all attention centered around her enviable outfit, a black one-shoulder Givenchy dress. Next, fans turned to her protocol-breaking (but very chic) mani. After that, all eyes were on her jewelry, which turned out to be a subtle nod to her father-in-law.