Tuesday, 2 September 2008
Sunday, 6 April 2008
How is everyone doing, hope you had a nice weekend? We came across this article on Oprah.com and thought to share. Some of the questions might not apply to Nigerians but we thought it was quite interesting. Let us know what you think. We have been getting lots of emails about us and our companys, so if you are new to wedding vogue or to any of our works, we have added a little intro. Have a great week!
Molara and Gbemi
About Wedding Vogue, Gbemi and Molara
Wedding Vogue – is a combination of reality and infotainment. Each week the blog interviews, showcases, tasks, entertains and informs the general public on various key issues and ideas that are connected to weddings and wedding planning.
Wedding Vogue is hosted by OMOLARA AKINOSHO [Chief Executive of JUST WEDDINGS] and GBEMISOLA ADENEKAN [Chief Executive of OMEGA EVENTS] both wedding and special events planners in Nigeria. We have been bringing our expertise & experience to the blog. Feel free to email us with your comments, ideas, questions and if you have a service/wedding you would like us to showcase.
Vist our websites:
Molara - http://www.jwevents.net/
Gbemi - http://www.myomegaevents.com/
Twenty Questions to Ask Before You Get MarriedYou may think that you and your fiancee have talked about everything, but have you discussed the issues that will make your marriage work? Answer these questions from Susan Pivers with your partner, and work towards a shared vision of what your relationship can be.
What percentage of our income are we prepared to spend to purchase and maintain our home on a monthly or annual basis?
Who is responsible for keeping our house and yard cared for and organized?
Are we different in our needs for cleanliness and organization?
Is one or both of us neat? Messy? A "pack rat?" An organizational wizard?
How much money do we earn together? Now? In one year? In five years? Ten?
Who is responsible for which portion? Now? In one year? Five? Ten?
What is our ultimate financial goal regarding annual income, and when do we anticipate achieving it? By what means, and through what efforts?
What are our categories of expense (rent, clothing, insurance, travel)? How much do we spend monthly, annually, in each category? How much do we want to be able to spend? Now? In one year? Five? Ten?
How much time will each of us spend at work, and during what hours? Do we begin work early? Will we prefer to work into the evening?
If one of us doesn't want to work, under what circumstances, if any, would that be okay?
How ambitious are you? Are we comfortable with the other's level of ambition?
Am I comfortable giving and receiving love, sexually? In sex, does my partner feel my love for him or her?
Are we satisfied with the frequency of our lovemaking? How do we cope when our desire levels are unmatched? A little? A lot? For a night? A week? A month? A year? More?
Health and Food
Do we eat meals together? Which ones? Who is responsible for the food shopping? Who prepares the meals? Who cleans up afterward?
Is each of us happy with the other's approach to health? Does one have habits or tendencies that concern the other (e.g., smoking, excessive dieting, poor diet)?
What place does the other's family play in our family life? How often do we visit or socialize together? If we have out-of-town relatives, will we ask them to visit us for extended periods?
How often? For what length of time?
If we have children, what kind of relationship do we hope our parents will have to their grandchildren? How much time will they spend together?
Will we have children? If so, when? How many? How important is having children to each of us?
How will having a child change the way we live now? Will we want or be able to take time off from work, or work a reduced schedule?
For how long? In the months or years following the birth of our child, will we need to rethink who is responsible for housekeeping?
Community and Friends
Are we satisfied with the quality and quantity of friends we currently have? Would we like to be more involved socially? Are we overwhelmed socially, and do we need to cut back on such commitments?
What are my partner's needs for cultivating or maintaining friendships outside of our relationship? Is it easy for me to support those needs, or do they bother me in any way?
Do we share a religion? Do we belong to a church, synagogue, mosque or temple? More than one? If not, would our relationship benefit from such an affiliation?
Does one of us have an individual spiritual practice? Is the practice and the time devoted to it acceptable to the other? Does each partner understand and respect the other's choices?
*This article was copied from Oprah.com
Wednesday, 2 April 2008
Monday, 24 March 2008
How are you all? HAPPY EASTER - Hope you had a nice break because we did? This week we decided to do something new and we hope you like it lollllll
This week is all about you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Talk to us or should we say let us talk. Talk to us about topics you will like addressed, put up your rants, send us websites to view etc. Lets see what this week will be like.
Gbemi & Molara
Sunday, 16 March 2008
Engagement - Family Compound, Abia State
Wedding - Magnolia Hall, Lagos
Interview to follow soon...............
Why must you do every pose your photographer tell you to do, even when you feel stupid doing it? Todays rant is called 'SO YOU THINK YOU CAN POSE'.
1. Bridal party that think they can pose - enough of the jumping poses please.
2. Please what the heck is leg out or should we say kick it/all leg out pose lollllll.
3. Can you stop taking pictures of the grooms men carry the bride or the groom, it is so
annoying. Half of them dont even know the bride or are not the grooms friends.
4. Oh yes - the garden pose. Sitting on the floor with flowers around you.
5. The ring on the finger of oruka ti do wo no pose for grooms - are you kidding me
6. The Lagbaja pose - with both your hands over your face
7. Brides getting ready - can you stop getting photographed in your buba and underskirt please