10 Tips for Managing a Long Distance Relationship -- Waiting for that special someone to get home? Be it your new bae or your old one, you’d want them to feel how much they mean to you. Even if you live far from each other, long-distance relationships (LDR) can be surprisingly easy. From keeping the flame alive through regular chats and video calls to planning romantic getaways, an LDR doesn’t have to be so isolating. In this blog, we’ll provide tips for managing a long-distance relationship – whether it’s your first or sixth. Whether yours is a short-term arrangement or something longer-term, these tricks will make distance relationship love messages easier on both of you...
Marriage is something that should be taken very seriously. Therefore, it is crucial to know whether you are ready for it or not. Read a comprehensive article on this topic; we've put together factual information for you!
After a while, online dating can start to get a bit boring and tedious. The same pick-up lines. The same half-hearted rejections. However, there are still various ways to make sure your first date is fresh and exciting. A little effort can go a long way! Check out this guide on how to have a memorable first date...
Your wedding is the most important day of your life and it’s vital to have everything turn out the way you’ve always dreamed of. Choosing a wedding theme is more than just a color scheme- it influences your choice of decor, music, and of course, tells the love story between you and your partner. If you’re having difficulty choosing a wedding theme, you can get inspiration from the top wedding themes of 2021...
What to Wear on a Date This Winter Winter is fast approaching! While some places are blanketed in ice, others aren't! Let us give you some tips on A-List winter date outfits that will allow you to still look great no matter what the weather. From a long weekend to an elegant night… Continue reading What to Wear on a Date This Winter: a guest post by Jessica Fernhof
Necessary Bridal Accessories for Your Wedding Day After you've done the most important things like picking the dream location and the dress, it is time to pay attention to details. Accessories are often forgotten about, but they are little details that will complete your look. That is why every bride needs to have a… Continue reading Necessary Bridal Accessories for Your Wedding Day: a guest post by Mia Ackerson
Top 10 Chocolate Ideas for Wedding Favors or A Newlywed Couple's Thank You Gifts People all over the world love chocolates. Chocolates are ideal for all types of celebrations, be it festivals, birthdays, and weddings. They add sweetness to the event and bring a smile to everyone's face. While gifting chocolates as a wedding… Continue reading Top 10 Chocolate Ideas for Wedding Favors or A Newlywed Couple’s Thank You Gifts: a guest post by Rebecca Siggers
3 Ways to Add Romance on Your Trip The excitement of going somewhere new or revisiting a favorite destination and finally taking a break from the “normal” are things we all look forward to when it comes to an upcoming vacation. Even more so, when we get to share this experience with our significant… Continue reading Three Ways to Add Romance on Your Trip: a guest post by Angela Burks
Top 7 International Winery Destinations Every Couple Must Visit This Valentine’s Day Wine is the perfect accompaniment on date night with a partner, a celebratory evening, brunch with friends, or for a wedding. When taken in moderation, it is beneficial for your health too. It promotes a healthy heart, prevents cancer, is suitable for… Continue reading Top 7 International Winery Destinations Every Couple Must Visit This Valentine’s 2020: a guest post by Rebecca Siggers
7 Most Ideal Ways to Plan Your Honeymoon There is no better way to spend quality time with your spouse than going on your honeymoon. It is also the only place where you get to reboot and refresh yourself after the stress you have had the past couple of days. You should, however, keep… Continue reading 7 Most Ideal Ways to Plan Your Honeymoon: a guest post by Rebecca Siggers