pre wedding

Best Man and Maid of Honor Responsibilities

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 | Filed under: Best Man, Maid of Honor, Pre-wedding | author: By Keith Sly,    

When it comes to preparing the bride and groom prepare for their blissful wedding day both the best man and the maid of honor have their own specific responsibilities and tasks. From selecting tuxedos and dresses to planning the pre-wedding parties, both roles are equally important. Wedding planners at The Manor break down the wide range of wedding planning duties that both the best man and the maid of honor must devotedly uphold.
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What To Do The Night Before The Wedding

Thursday, July 13th, 2017 | Filed under: Pre-wedding, Wedding checklist, wedding planning | author: By Keith Sly,    

Night Before WeddingsWhile a wedding day brings much joy, ensuring that you finalize wedding plans the night before the wedding may be overwhelming for brides-to-be. With all of the hard work and planning coming to a close, from the little décor details to anticipating ecstatic emotions of a blissful tomorrow, The Manor has some tips and tricks to calm any pre-wedding jitters.
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Wedding Planning Countdown

Friday, March 10th, 2017 | Filed under: Parents and wedding planning, Party Planning, Pre-wedding, wedding planning, Wedding Venues | author: By Keith Sly,    

Wedding Planning TimelineThe wedding date is officially set, let the countdown begin! As the excitement builds, ideas flood, and tasks quickly pile on, it is completely normal for brides to start to feel overwhelmed and anxious when planning their dream wedding. Rest assure, the wedding planners at the Manor have created this wedding timeline to serve as a guideline and ensure that the wedding planning process leading up to your big day, is enjoyable. Our wedding planners offer relief to some of the biggest planning decisions and burdens that surround your wedding day. Here are our helpful insights to best prepare couples for your upcoming special day.
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Pre-Wedding Moments for the Parents

Friday, March 18th, 2016 | Filed under: Parents and wedding planning, Wedding Day, wedding photography | author: By Keith Sly,    

Pre-Wedding Moments for the ParentsWhen you awake on your child’s wedding day, make the most of the hours before the ceremony gets underway, taking mindful steps to experience the start of this wonderful day. Too many wedding parents race through the early hours of the wedding day, and it all becomes a big blur when they look back on these precious hours. They missed the chance to turn this pre-wedding hours into something very special.

To help you make the most of your child’s wedding day, we’ve collected some ideas for starting it off well, with sentiment and savoring of your well-planned details:
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Pre-Wedding Moments for the Groom and his Men

Thursday, March 10th, 2016 | Filed under: Pre-wedding, Wedding Fun, wedding photography, Wedding Trends | author: By Keith Sly,    

Pre-Wedding Moments for the Groom and his MenGetting all of your men together in one place is cause for celebration these days, and when they’ve gathered to honor you on your wedding day, flying in from all corners of the earth to be here for you, you’ll surely want to make the most of your time together. In recent years, wedding couples have put more focus on spending time with their loved ones as a highest priority for their wedding day, and they’re creating ‘pockets’ of time to share with their bridal party members and best friends. The groom and his groomsmen find an excellent pocket of quality time to spend together is the hours before the wedding ceremony. Here are some top ways to make that time more special and memorable:
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Pre -Wedding Spa Treatments

Thursday, October 28th, 2010 | Filed under: Bright Ideas, Bright Ideas for your wedding, wedding planning | author: By Keith Sly,    

During the months and weeks prior to the big day, most brides experience a growing level of wedding stress and anxiety. With so many tasks to fulfill, and so much input from relatives and friends, an enormous To-Do list – not to mention everyday stress from work and home responsibilities – it’s not surprising that some brides lose their cool from time to time. Simply put, they need a break. That’s why most brides budget for and schedule regular spa treatments to pamper themselves and relieve their pressures.

Brides-to-be say they count on the ‘breaks’ afforded by monthly spa treatments, from hour-long massages to weekly manicures and pedicures. Treating themselves well and decompressing keeps them in balance, and also allows them to experience the VIP treatment as a salon’s bridal client. Knowing this, and wanting the bride to get the royal treatment, many grooms, maids of honor and parents often give the bride gift cards to her favorite spa or salon, so that she can indulge without financial worry.

Pre -Wedding Spa Treatments

Pre -Wedding Spa Treatments

Here are the top pre–wedding spa treatments that brides enjoy:

• Full-body massage, in light to medium pressure

• Hot stone massage

• Foot massage and reflexology

• Cranial sacral massage, focusing on stress in the neck, face, jawline and shoulders

• Aromatherapy body wraps

• Facials (which can also help to clear and clarify the face for a radiant look on the wedding day)

• Manicures

• Pedicures

• And more…

An enjoyable trend for the bride right now is scheduling weekly manicures and pedicures together with one or more of her bridesmaids, maid of honor, even her mom, to allow for relaxation time and unhurried quality time with her nearest and dearest. That includes the groom, as well. He too may book de-stressing massages in fun pre-wedding spa treatment outings with his bride, and it’s not unusual for grooms to book skin-clearing facials as well. Together, the happy couple indulges themselves, escapes the harried world of wedding preparations, and gains confidence that they will look and feel amazing on their wedding day.

Best,
Michael Mahle, Director of Communications, Pleasantdale Château

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