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5 New Year's Resolutions To Make To Each Other As A Couple

New Year's Eve... a time to look back on the past year and make plans to improve the coming year. This is where New Year's resolutions come in. They are the promises to yourself about the ways that you will make the coming year better than the last one. One perfect place to strive for improvement is in your relationship with that special someone, be it your date, fiance, or spouse.

Even the happiest couples can find ways to show each other more love and appreciation, plus have fun while doing it! WhereBridesGo.com has a few places where you may want to start. Add some of these couple's New Year's resolutions to your list this year.


Kiss More
Lots of kissing happens at the beginning of a relationship, but the longer you are together, sometimes busy lifestyles and hectic schedules get in the way and those kisses become fewer and farther between. Make it your goal this coming year to kiss each other a set number of times each day, or at a specific time daily like first thi…

How To Handle All Of Those Wedding Thank You Notes Like A Pro

One of the most dreaded wedding planning tasks on your list could quite possibly be writing thank you notes for your wedding gifts, but it is one of the more important tasks to tackle. It doesn't have to be a hassle. With a little planning and a head start, the stress can be taken right out of it. WhereBridesGo.com has a few tips to share that can make this process an easy one.


Buy Them Early
Most people think of thank you note writing as something that you have to sit down and spend hours doing once the wedding is over. If you want to spend an entire day (or more) handwriting notes to everyone that attended your wedding, that's one way to go. It's going to make your life a LOT easier if you buy your thank you notes at the beginning of the wedding planning process instead so that you can move on to the next tip on our list.

Start Writing Right Away
There will be guests that begin sending gifts to you before the actual wedding day. When this happens, get their thank you note …

Unique Alternative Guest Book Ideas For Your Wedding

A guest book at your wedding is a wonderful keepsake of everyone that shared your special day with you. Traditionally, this was actually a book that guests simply signed their names in. Today, however, there are many unique and creative alternative guest book ideas out there. You can find many different ones at WhereBridesGo.com, and today's blog takes a look at a few of these for you. 


Items For The Home
You can replace the traditional book for guests to sign with keepsake items that can later be displayed in the home you will share as husband and wife. It can be a vase, jug, or shadowbox to hold a collection of items that guests will sign. A wedding that takes place at a winery is the perfect place to have everyone put their names on wine corks, or if you are getting married on a beach, have your guests sign pretty seashells. 


Our online wedding accessory store also carries items that your guests can sign their names directly on, like the Oval Ceramic Signature Plate pictured belo…

Creative Wedding Themes: Winter Wonderland

There are lots of different themes you can use when you are planning a wedding, and as many different variations on those themes as there are brides and grooms to imagine them. Browsing through our online wedding store is an excellent way to get some great ideas for a theme you may want to use. 

That's what we did here at WhereBridesGo.com, and and it inspired us to imagine the possibilities for a "Winter Wonderland" wedding. Here are a few ideas to get your own creative juices flowing for a snowy celebration. 



Decorations
There are a few different color combinations that would work wonderfully for a winter wedding theme. The most obvious is lots and lots of white. The addition of shimmery sparkles gives you that gorgeous look of the sun reflecting off of freshly fallen snow. Silver is a beautiful accent color to use with white, and touches of gold can look lovely too. One other shade that we love with this theme is the addition of icy blues. If your wedding will take place…