Traditional Wedding Party Roles

When the bride and groom to be have set the date, the work for the wedding party only just begins. But who is actually responsible for what? Find out more about traditional wedding party roles.

I haven’t published anything for a while, but not because I haven’t written anything. On the contrary. I am struggling to keep you guys updated with all the happenings, so I will slowly try and catch up with blog posts I have completed over the last few months.

This one here I particularly enjoyed writing. It’s for a company called Collective Concepts. They specialize in wedding planning, event management and brand engagement. Today’s post is about the traditional roles of the wedding party.

Since I have never been married, I found this quite interesting and certainly learned a lot. Of course there is so much more involved than just the bride and groom exchanging their vows and saying YES to each other.

From the moment they set a date, the work behind the scenes only just begins. And the roles – traditionally – are quite clear. Everyone has their part to play, from the respective families of bride and groom to be to the Man and Maid Of Honour, the bridesmaids, groomsmen and more.

If you’d like to find out more, please find the link to the article below.

[Read full article here]

Have you got a wedding story to share? Did you follow the guidelines or role allocations as outlined in my article or did you throw tradition completely out the window? I’d love to hear from you!

Relay for Life 2019

In preparation for Relay for Life 2019 I have started a raffle where the winner takes away $200 in cash!!! Please support my fundraising campaign and make a donation towards the Cancer Society Northland.

$200 CASH PRIZE!!!

As some of you may know, I am getting ready for Relay for Life 2019 to support the Cancer Society Northlandand the amazing work they do to support people suffering from cancer and their whānau.

If you would to support this cause, I am currently running a raffle(*). I have got 40 tickets up for grabs. They are $20 or 3 for $50. Simply leave your lucky number in the comments below and I will send you payment details.

The winner will be drawn once all tickets are sold or the night of Relay (last weekend in March), whichever happens first.

If your number gets drawn, you win $200 cash!!!

If $20 is too much for you, but you would still like to make a donation, please head over to my fundraising page and leave as little or as much as you can. Every dollar is highly appreciated.

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Thank you everyone 

(*) This raffle is not endorsed by any social media platform, nor the Cancer Society. Cash prize is paid out in New Zealand dollars, hence the winner needs to reside in New Zealand. For further questions please contact me.