Endless Beach Wedding Themes

Written by Cindy English

If you are considering a beach wedding,repparttar ideas are as endless as your imagination!

One thing about choosing a beach wedding theme is that it allows you total creative freedom. Depending onrepparttar 146320 time of day,repparttar 146321 beach can setrepparttar 146322 mood. At sunrise or sunset, it is a place of serenity, beauty and romance. Mid-day, it isrepparttar 146323 hub of excitement, activity, and fun. By nature, a beautiful scene has already been set for you. There is no need for many decorations! Are you planning an intimate wedding with just a few guests? Letrepparttar 146324 beach help you setrepparttar 146325 stage for your romantic wedding ideas with a dawn or dusk seaside ceremony. The sunrise or sunset will provide a spectacular background for your wedding photos.

Onrepparttar 146326 other hand, if you want to "tellrepparttar 146327 world" and have a large gathering of people, consider a mid-summer day "beach-side bash" or fantasy beach wedding that includes your guests. That'srepparttar 146328 fun part of a beach wedding - your guests can participate. Everyone has fun!

Here are a few ideas to get you started...

* Be Cinderella with your Prince Charming. Have him placerepparttar 146329 "glass slipper" that fits on your foot as a symbol of your perfect union. You could hire a professional sand sculptor to build a beautiful sand castle as a background for your fairytale theme. Leave in a horse drawn carriage.

* Have a Pirate Wedding. Rent costumes and decorate with treasure chests fake gold coins and jewelry. Have a real treasure hunt. When you leave, sail off intorepparttar 146330 sunset.

Infidelity Excuse: I fell out of Love...and just love being in love

Written by Dr. Robert Huizenga, The Infidelity Coach

I find this dilemma rather common for younger couples, probably mid or late 30s and younger.

Usually one reports, “falling out of love” and is truly disturbed by this shift. He/she (and this is not merely a female problem!) wants to “recapture” those feelings.

This person has found a “significant other” who has stirred those dormant feelings and this person once again “feels in love.”

They are determined not to “settle” for a less than an ideal relationship, which means, of course, feelingrepparttar love feelings.

Here are some Key Points for this kind of affair. (The 6 others are outlined in my E-book.)

1. Unfortunately, our culture (movies, songs, romance novels, soap operas, romance comedies) teaches us that this is how it’s supposed to be. “Falling in love” isrepparttar 146283 norm –repparttar 146284 implication being, that if it doesn’t happen, or if it goes away, something is wrong – with you, your spouse orrepparttar 146285 marriage. A good relationship must first unlearn a great deal.

2. The person who was driven to find “that loving feeling” (reminds me of a song…) usually experiences a high degree of guilt and conflict. He/she is often married to a “good” person andrepparttar 146286 desire to “find that loving feeling” seems selfish (which it is) and immature (which it is). Intuitively (and this person usually has a great deal of intuition and sensitivity) it is known at another level that he/she is not onrepparttar 146287 right path.

3. This person usually has a need for drama and excitement. Life easily becomes a soap opera. Emotional juice fromrepparttar 146288 fall-out of emotionally intense relationships reigns rather than living life fromrepparttar 146289 core of who one is.

4. There is little understanding, or perhaps healthy models, ofrepparttar 146290 shifts needed as a relationship matures. For example, “falling out of love” usually happens whenrepparttar 146291 attractors becomerepparttar 146292 distracters. For example: His love for fun and spontaneity, which drew her initially to him, becomes irresponsibility. Her stability and calm, which drew him initially to her, become control.

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