Wedding Rings. Tuesday , November 28th , 2017 - 09:48:39 AM
Start Your Ring Search Early. Once you have a basic idea of what kind of ring you`d like, it`s time for the fun part: trying them on! Give yourselves at least two to three months before the wedding date to ring shop. You`ll need this time to browse, research prices and revisit rings that catch your eye. If you have your heart set on a custom ring, you`ll probably need even more time. And keep in mind: Extras, like engraving, can take up to one month. Mix It Up. Don`t fret if you like platinum and your partner likes yellow gold. There`s no rule that says you have to choose the same metal or even style. You could compromise with braided bands that blend the two metals together or just be totally different—the key to finding something you both love is choosing wedding bands that reflect your individual styles. Set a Budget. Shop with the assumption that you`ll spend about 3 percent of your total wedding budget on the rings. Depending on the retailer, a plain, 14-karat gold or simple platinum band can cost around $1,000. Embellishments, like diamonds or engraving, will quickly add to the cost, so factor that into your budget if you plan to personalize your rings with any of these extras. The price of engraving is usually based on the number of characters, the font used and whether it`s engraved by hand or machine (hand is usually pricier). Keep Your Lifestyle in Mind.
Maid of Honor Duties to Remember for the Wedding Day. The bride will be just a little busy on her wedding day, which is why it`s a good idea for maids of honor to know these day-of to-dos. A maid of honor takes on a ton of duties—and they definitely don`t stop the day of the wedding. From hanging up the bride`s dress after the reception to keeping her water glass topped off all day, don`t miss these must-do tasks to help out the couple, keep problems at bay and ensure everyone is having fun. Make sure the bride and bridal party are on track to have their hair and makeup done in time (and that everyone looks great!). If you sense that someone`s updo is going to take a really long time, or see that the bride`s lipstick being applied isn`t the one she wanted, it`s your job to step in. Let everyone politely know of time constraints and reshuffle the schedule to make the timing work. Be aware of any rips in the bride`s dress and any veil or train malfunctions throughout the day.
It`s sad, but sometimes true: The beautiful wedding dress that was obsessed over for months and altered to perfection can often end up in a heap on the floor if the bride`s rushing to change into her reception dress or after-party dress. Make her happy in advance by helping her change out of it and hanging it back up in the garment bag, smoothing out any wrinkles and attacking any champagne stains with stain remover from your emergency kit. Bonus points if you hold onto it and deliver it back to her after the honeymoon!
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