Page 1 of 8

When you click save & continue, your form will be saved and you will be taken to the next page.
Remember, you can scroll backwards and forwards in the form and edit your answers. So please take your time.

  1. ONCE AGAIN THE SAVE BUTTON IS HERE FOR CONVENIENCE, BUT BE CAREFUL BECAUSE THERE ARE CALCULATION FIELDS IN THIS FORM THAT MAY GO WONKY WHEN YOU RESTORE A SAVED VERSION. BEST DO THIS IN ONE GO.


  2. Your Email Address(*)
    Invalid Input

  3. Your Partner's Email Address(*)
    Invalid Input
  1. Wedding Showers

    So you’re getting married and you want to make sure that every aspect of this fairytale wedding is one to remember... especially the last big send off as a single guy or girl!

    There are intricacies to consider though – is your family old and conservative, what kind of party do you want (and what kind of girl are you) and will any of the activities at the event offend partygoers or any of the respective families?

    After all, you don’t want this to be the kind of memorable that destroys friendships and family ties forever!


  2. We agree on the following for our wedding shower/s: (*)

























    Invalid Input
  1. The Kitchen Tea or Bachelorette Party

    The thing about weddings – and all the activities that are built around them – is that they involve family, and family means a number of limitations.

    From old conservative grans and aunties to unknown family traditions and values and people getting offended really quickly.

    One way around to manage this is to have two parties – a conservative kitchen tea in the morning or afternoon, followed by a blowout for the girls that night. This way you can have the best of both worlds and not offend anyone’s sensibilities.

    If you need to cater to a whole bunch of old ladies, then the safest option is really an old-fashioned tea, snacks and cake bridal shower.

    An important thing to remember here is to really include the family members, young and old alike. This will be a momentous occasion for many of them and leaving them out can lead to a whole bunch of family drama that can land up ruining the entire wedding experience for the bride.


  2. We would be interested in the following activities or events at a Kitchen Tea or Bridal Shower:(*)












    Invalid Input
  1. Bachelors Parties & Stag Nights

    Over the years the events at Bachelor Parties have ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous, and what may seem acceptable and tame to you may fall into the realm of totally unacceptable for others.

    He’s got a hard enough time ahead of him already, so below are things to avoid doing to the bachelor:

    Don’t shave off all his hair or eyebrows

    Chances are he won’t have time to grow them back before the wedding. Remember, he and his wife-to-be have to live with these pictures for the rest of their lives, not you!

    Don’t get him drunk and leave him buck-naked on a train to the other side of the country with no money.

    This is especially true if the party is close to the wedding itself.

    There are too many stories of grooms that just didn’t make it back in time, and with the cost that goes into a wedding you really don’t want to take that risk 


    Don’t mark or scar his body in any way!

    While it may seem hysterical to get your boy a tattoo of his ex-girlfriend’s name in the middle of a drunken party, the consequences can be devastating.

    Likewise don’t use any chemicals that could leave blotches of colour on his skin – you never know how long things like that will take to wear off... and he has to live with the photos, not you! 


    Don’t shave off his pubic hair!

    While this seems like a harmless prank to play (and you could probably laugh for hours watching him hop if you add throw Deep Heat into the mix), the truth is that pubic hair itches like a MOFO when it grows back.

    The worst time will be one to four weeks after the shave has happened. Worse still, his bride may hate it (and many women do dislike the sensation of stubbly regrowth), and then all you’ve given him is a wedding night without the mind-blowing sex that’s supposed to happen! 


    Drinking & Driving

    Drinking and driving is a common issue when it comes to events like these.

    If you are sending everyone back home after a night of raucous drinking, arrange a taxi service to get everyone home – the bride and other female partners will thank you for it. 



  2. We would be interested in the following activities or events at a Stag Party:(*)







    Invalid Input
  1. Wedding Details

    Now we're going to unpack a few details about your wedding.

    I'm sure you've got the ideas under control, so I'm going to give you a chance to talk about them.

     

    We'll start by unpacking the kind of wedding you envision so that we know you're both on the same page.

    (*)























    Invalid Input

  2. Is it okay to ask for money instead of gifts?
    Invalid Input
  1. Wedding Budget

    This is not an in depth breakdown of your budget, it's an idea of general costs and whether or not you can afford it.

    Here are three more comprehesive wedding calculators you can try - please let me know if the links have died:

    Below I've given you a number of key fields for wedding planning, and I am going to ask you to estimate what you think each area will cost, or what you are willing to allocate budget wise.

    I'm also going to ask you to input roughly how much budget you have coming in from various sources, so that youc an understand if you have a shortfall.

    By this stage of the course you've done the other pages and know that I rarely ask you to input sensitive information. I wanted to include this calculator for you though so that you can discuss costs.

    Please be assured that the only person who ever works on or sees the information on the site is me. Your information is always confidential.

    If you're in any way concerned, just enter zeroes for this section.


  2. Venue Hire
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  3. Furniture and décor hire costs

    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  4. Food costs
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  5. Alcohol and bar costs, including welcome drinks for guests
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  6. The wedding dress, lingerie and accessories
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  7. The groom’s suit and accessories
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  8. Clothing and accessory costs for bridesmaids, groomsmen, page boys, flower girls and ring bearers
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  9. Wedding rings

    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  10. Church and officiate costs
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  11. Thank you gifts for your guests
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  12. Graphic design and printing costs for invitations, seating plans, menus, programmes 
and name cards
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  13. A DJ or band or both
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  14. Child care facilities if you have a lot of small children in your family
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  15. Photographers and videographer
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  16. Total wedding expenses
    Invalid Input
  1. Wedding Budget continued

    This is not an in depth breakdown of your budget, it's an idea of general costs and whether or not you can afford it.

    Here are three more comprehensive wedding calculators you can try - please let me know if the links have died:

    Now we're going to detail the sources of income and see how it all adds up.


  2. From Bride's Parents
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  3. From groom's parents
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  4. From bride
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  5. From groom
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  6. From savings or other sources
    (no decimal places or commas)(*)
    Invalid Input

  7. Total available budget
    Invalid Input

  8. Total wedding expenses
    Invalid Input

  9. Shortfall/Surplus
    Invalid Input
  1. Guest List Vetoes

    This last section is where you will each specify five people that you veto as guests.

    These people can be from friends or family, your partner's or your own.

    If one veto gets honored, then all teh vetos have to be honored - no questions asked. If you've accepted a veto in your favor, you have to be willing to accept the ones that play against you.


  2. Partner 1 Guest List Vetoes
    Invalid Input
  3. Invalid Input
  4. Invalid Input
  5. Invalid Input
  6. Invalid Input

  7. Partner 2 Guest List Vetoes
    Invalid Input
  8. Invalid Input
  9. Invalid Input
  10. Invalid Input
  11. Invalid Input

Make a Donation

Make a Donation! Help us to keep providing free tools and resources to thousands of souls who need help but can't afford it because they are in a Dark Night of the Soul period.

Amount:
Free Diagnostics & Tools
  • 1
  • 2
Life Coaches Toolbox Blog
  • 5 signs you’ve met your false Twin Flame +

    What signs can you look for in your relationship that will tell you you’ve met your false twin flame and you may be wasting time by chasing this relationship? Right Read More
  • Mr Right vs Mr Right Now +

    We’ve all been through that dating experience… you meet the guy, everything is going perfectly and then bam! All of sudden you or he is not interested any more… and Read More
  • Why your twin flame relationship had to end – the good news +

    Why do twin flame relationships have to end and what good or helpful lesson could possibly come out of an experience so painful? Read More
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • 24
  • 25
  • 26
  • 27
  • 28
  • 29
  • 30
  • 31
  • 32
  • 33
  • 34
  • 35
  • 36
  • 37
  • 38
  • 39
  • 40
  • 41
  • 42
  • 43
  • 44
  • 45
  • 46
  • 47
  • 48
  • 49
  • 50
  • 51
  • 52
  • 53
  • 54
  • 55
  • 56
  • 57
  • 58
  • 59
  • 60
  • 61
  • 62
  • Work with Chemory/Amara Christi +

    Teaching, mentoring, coaching, healing, readings, distance healings, clearings & entity removal, in person, at distance or remotely. Read More
  • Work with Angelica Gunko/Atana +

    A 17-year old teacher and healer geared at working with young adults & teens! Someone who speaks your language ;) Read More
  • 1