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My job is to work with you, to make your wedding day the day you have always dreamed about! we can do this!
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Hi Jill, Thank you for the service you provided on our special day, it was a beautiful ceremony and all our guest also said the ceremony was great. We had a awesome day / late night with family and friends, once again thanks for making our day special. Best wishes Colleen and Darren
Poured all day but that's okay had a Plan B and lovely cosey wedding for 11. Had a lovely sand ceremony which was appropriae for the Japanese side of the family, you could see they enjoyed the ritual of it.
My next wedding is for 10 people on the beach which I am looking forward to. small weddings can be so meaningul and personal with just special people attending.
I am still around. People are still getting married . Looking forward to my next wedding with just 10 people on the beach. Fantastic!!
5 sleeps for my son and then he will be a married man and yes I have the honour of being the official celebrant, making sure he is well and truly married- that's a special things to do
I conducted a wedding yesterday, the bride , groom, my husband Bruce and two friends on the waters edge at Paradise Point. Beautiful Queensland sunny day, no stress and it was just lovely.
break up. However, the chances of breaking up or marrying are converging. In the early 1970s, 61 per cent of cohabiting men reported having married within five years while 28 per cent said they had broken up. However, of men who began cohabiting in the early 1990s just 45 per cent had gone on to marry within five years while 36 per cent had bro- ken up (Figure 10.6). According to women’s reports, the rates of break up and marriage were vir- tually identical for those whose relationship began in the early 1990s. Are marriages more likely to break up than cohabiting relationships? Cohabiting relationships are more likely than mar- riages to break up. For example, Figure 10.6 shows that in the early 1990s, 40 per cent of cohabiting relationships of women had ended within five years of commencing the relationship. Over the same period just 12 per cent of marriages ended within five years of marriage. In the early 1970s, fewer cohabiting relationships than marriages broke up within 5 years than in later periods. In 1970-74, 28 per cent of cohabiting rela- tionships of men and 22 per cent of those of women had ended within five years. By comparison, just 10 per cent of marriages of women and 9 per cent of marriages of men had broken up within five years. The much lower break up rate of marriages com- pared to cohabitations within five years has persisted through to those beginning relationships in the early 1990s. Of those beginning their cohab- iting relationships between 1990 and 1994, 36 per cent of men and 40 per cent of women reported that the relationship had broken up within five years. However, only 13 per cent of men and 12 per cent of women reported the marriage as breaking up within the same period (Figure 10.7
Lots of people are interested in Nico's engagement and thanks for the congrats everyone! nothing like a wedding
It's amazing what exitement a wedding brings -
As from last night I have a newly engaged son! and a wonderful daughter to be
I would like to have some comments from people who have lived together for years before they married and tell me why did they get married?
I heard the other day on the Radio that you say marriage vows because if we could trust ourselves just to love unconditionally all of the time we wouldn't need to say them but we don't, we are all human and we need to say them to have that extra pressure on ourselves to keep them, as it is not easy, but it sure is possible