Archive for May, 2012
For a wedding, there are many things that we need to prepare. It is not only for wedding dress and decoration, but we also prepare for wedding cake. There are many inspirations of wedding cake that we can find on the internet. We can go to http://www.hitched.com.au/wedding-cakes-pictures/ and there we can see so many beautiful wedding cake that we can use for our wedding party.
The website gives many pictures of wedding cake that we can have for our wedding. The pictures in the website can inspire many people in preparing wedding cake. The shapes of wedding cakes that are found in the site are varied from flower shape, gift shape, and many more. In addition, there are also cream in various colors that are used in making the cake for wedding party. The colors are varied from white, pink, green, etc. There are also wedding cakes in combination color that is really sweet.
You can choose one wedding cake that you like from the wedding cake gallery in the website and you can have your wedding cake maker to create the wedding cake that you like. In addition, from the website you can get the wedding cake with good shape and good taste.
A small honeymoon budget does not mean you have to sacrifice romance. Nowhere is it written that you must travel to an exotic island and stay in a luxury resort. Maybe your idea of romance is snuggling in the same bedroll while camping out under the stars together.
Who knows? Only the two of you!
For super cheap honeymoons try looking in your own backyard. I don’t mean “literally” your backyard, but I would be willing to bet that not far from you, there is a perfect little honeymoon getaway.
* If you are from a small town, go to the city. Enjoy the hospitality of an upscale hotel for a couple of nights. Be pampered!
* If you are from the city, get away from it all to a secluded little bed and breakfast inn on a lake somewhere.
Having traveled Canada and the United States all my life, I can tell you that the entire coastline of our North American continent is wondrous. Whether you are in Alaska, Maine, British Columbia, California or Florida, the beaches are breathtaking. Each has it’s own special qualities that make it unique and beautiful.
You may be the type that enjoy polar bears, harp seals and whale watching in Alaska. Perhaps you are the outdoors type. Check out the lazy sea lions and try salmon fishing in British Columbia. While you are there, turn around and look at the mountains! They are amazing! Here in Georgia, you can watch and actually feed the dolphins that frolic in the ocean with you as you swim. If you are lucky, they will let you touch them.
A “beach” doesn’t necessarily have to be on the ocean. There are some fabulous lakes that offer spectacular views – The Great Lakes for example.
If you can’t get near water, choose a hotel with a great pool.
The point is, depending on your personal style, there is a “beach” for everyone!
Too often we are so busy looking for something better that we miss the obvious beauty right under our noses.
Choose that spot within driving distance from you and go for it! Remember, cheap honeymoons are where you find them. They don’t have to cost thousands of dollars to be intimate and romantic.
By the way, while you are honeymooning – tell the world! You will be surprised at how many little perks and extras come your way once people know you are newlyweds! Use it!
There are some things in life you will surely enjoy doing yourself: building a birdcage, making a sand castle, maybe even something as ambitious as buying a house. But self-filing for divorce can really be a headache if you don’t know what you’re getting yourself into. It may also be an emotionally painful experience, so make sure you have your ducks in a row before you research your options.
Here are a few tips on how to go about the important task of filing for divorce so it is hassle-free.
The reason you might file for divorce without the help of a lawyer or legal service is because it is simply a lot cheaper. The filing fee, to begin with, will probably be over $100 and if a response is filed, that number will only go up. It’s understandable if you want to avoid any extra expenses, especially considering the financial and emotional toll a divorce takes on everyone involved.
But unless you have a strong grasp on what you’re doing, then that lawyer or legal service might be a resource you regret not investing in. Nonetheless, here’s how to file for divorce on your own.
There are a handful of requirements that you have to meet before you should even consider filing for divorce. In some states, you’ll have to meet even more than the following requirements, but here’s a basic idea:
” Whatever state you are filing for divorce in, you must have lived there for at least six months. As for county, your residency requirement is three months. (These state and county residency requirements may vary, depending on the region of the United States.)
” Do you have legal grounds to divorce? “Irreconcilable difficulties” is the most commonly cited reason for a divorce and it has an extremely broad definition, meaning it is rare that it’s illegal for someone to file for divorce. If you’ve faced marital problems that have hurt the marriage and are irreconcilable, then you have legal grounds. There is also the option of “incurable sanity” that is only used in extreme circumstances.
” You will file for divorce in your county; the action for divorce must be presented in the court of your jurisdiction. It may difficult or a piece of cake to track down the proper court.
If your divorce is uncontested, it’s fairly uncomplicated to file for divorce. It’s when your husband or wife responds with a counteraction of some type that it starts to get rocky and a lawyer isn’t really expendable. There are even online resources right now that allow you to do all your filing over the Internet; these usually cost money to use however.
In summary, to self file for divorce, you will need to fulfill the above requirements and file a petition for divorce with the correct court in your county and state. (More populated counties may have multiple locations that you’ll have to review before filing.) Remember to check into your local requirements, for legal grounds and jurisdictions, so you aren’t hit with any unpleasant surprises and hangups.