Planning the Perfect Wedding Gift List

Written by H Porter

Considerations for a gift list - what should you be focussing on?

With society changing so arerepparttar ages of people getting married, this means that there are now many stages when you may or may not need things. Our quick guide should help you work out which type of gift list bridge or groom you are and some pointers on where to focus your list...

1) Requirerepparttar 122013 basics - just starting out in every-way When it comes to a dinner service or cutlery make sure you get enough either 6 or 8 place setting - remember there is nothing worse than getting a set and unable to add to it!

2) Want to upgrade our basics to worthwhile collection - Common amongst couples who have not lived together and have combined possessions Some items inrepparttar 122014 outdoor lifestyle area may apply here, perhaps planters, lanterns, chrome garden heaters, decking set & barbecues.

3) The couple who have everything - Common around couples in their mid to late 30's who have been living together for a while Gift experience vouchers are perfect, these are things you would never buy for yourself such as a champagne balloon flight, driving a fast car or scuba diving lessons?

4) Starting Over - The Gift list for those who have been married before Although you may not want to Guests will still want to buy you a gift, so if you want to avoid a range of uncoordinated presents you should think about a gift list.

Top 5 tips 1) About a third of your list should be under £25, with large sets broken up so you can allow a few people to purchaserepparttar 122015 items 2) Quality is better than quantity - focus on a few areas and then you are sure to get everything you ideally want 3) Shop around, there are a range of gift lists amke sure you work with a company who have an online channel it makes it much simpler to administer 4) Sets are great but try and choose ones which are not limited editions so you can add to your collection 5) Dont' get greedy, your guests will see it a mile off!

Influence of Astrology in Indian Marriages

Written by Priya Dave

Astrology is considered to berepparttar oldest of all sciences, which studiesrepparttar 122012 effects ofrepparttar 122013 planetary positions and movements on our lives. Indian Astrology is an integral aspect ofrepparttar 122014 Vedic literature (Vedic Astrology) and was practiced overrepparttar 122015 years by Indian sages and passed on to their disciples. In olden days,repparttar 122016 kings would depend on astrology to determinerepparttar 122017 right and auspicious time before embarking on any new and important initiatives. Ages later, today, we still findrepparttar 122018 strong influence of astrology in our day-to-day life. Any major event in life, whether it is marriage, buying a car, buying a house, or even entering a new house, is undertaken only after consultingrepparttar 122019 astrologer for an auspicious time.

Astrology is in-depth science with multiple widespread branches. It is used to create birth or natal charts (Jathaka / Janampatri) based onrepparttar 122020 time, date and place of birth, to answer any specific questions ‘Prashnas’, to findrepparttar 122021 auspicious time and day called ‘Muhurtha’. While all of these aspects of astrology are well in use today, one ofrepparttar 122022 most popular one isrepparttar 122023 creation of Jathaka’s and matching of Jathaka’s for marriages. Marriage is an important aspect of life. In India, when a child is born,repparttar 122024 exact place, date and time is documented and whenrepparttar 122025 child grows older his/her natal chart is created based on this birth data. Whenrepparttar 122026 child attains marriageable age, his/her natal chart is matched with those of prospective brides and grooms to find an astrologically compatible match. This is an age-old tradition, which is practiced with equal fervor even in this tech-savvy, net-savvy age.

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