When you’re planning your wedding and you take a look at all you have to do, sometimes it seems like it’s all about numbers.
It can be stressful to keep them all straight, and you definitely can't overlook the most stressful number: how many bottles of wine do you need at your reception to keep your guests happy?
We can scratch that “wine bottle” number off of your to-do list right now. This is your definitive answer to just how much wine you need at your wedding– and that takes into account your “fun” Uncle Bob and “really fun” Aunt Joan who seem to always have a glass in their hands no matter the occasion.
Follow these formulas and getting the right amount of wine for your wedding will be the least stressful wedding number you’ll deal with during all your wedding prep.
Throwing great dinner parties can be really fun – and cause crazy stress at the same time.
One of the biggest stressors is how much wine will you need to have on hand so that you don’t run out during the party.
Giving just the right gift can be really, really hard.
Sure, it’s not “create world peace” hard, but it’s difficult nonetheless. What you give and how you give it really matters. What’s more, choosing the right gift has the potential to make or break a friendship or romantic relationship.
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When you hear the words “spring cleaning,” do you immediately experience a vivid flashback of your mom dragging you into your room and forcing you to try on all of last summer’s clothes to see what fit? And then spending what felt like hours trying on clothing items that were no longer in style (bike shorts, skorts, oh my!), and begging your mom to buy you new clothes even if you really hadn’t outgrown last year’s?