Author: Rhojan Viloria


Wedding Planning: How Not to Extinguish the Romance Flame

With an engagement ring on your finger, you may be fooled into thinking the hard work is done. You’ve found each other, agreed to be wed and are looking forward to a lifetime of happiness together. But wait, there’s still one thing to do - the wedding.

How Marriage Can Affect You and Your Partners Will

If you’ve recently become engaged or are newly married, planning a will may not be in your list of things to do. However, it’s important to begin drafting or updating your final will in order to avoid any legal complications if one of you were to pass away. 

Solo-Moons: Can Holidaying Solo Simplify Your Wedding Plans?

We’ve all heard of a honeymoon. It’s the classic traditional holiday that a couple takes straight after they’ve said “I do” to enjoy some sunshine (or snow) together and celebrate the beginning of the rest of their lives. But recently, more couples have been choosing to take ‘solo-moons’ following their nuptials, with the concept having almost 1500 mentions on Instagram in recent months.

New Wedding Conventions - Who Should Be Paying?

Amidst the excitement and the overwhelm of planning a wedding, there’s one major question that takes precedence over every other detail: who pays for the wedding? The answer, when it comes down to it, usually depends on yours and your partner’s own personal expectations and financial situation.

14 Perfect Date Ideas for Parents

With Valentines day just around the corner happening on the 14th of February, kids can sometimes pose a problem when planning out the perfect date. We at PREPARE/ENRICH Australia thought it would be great to come up with 14 date ideas to help parents and married couples! Some ideas have the kids involved, some do not, so pick and choose or possibly use our ideas as inspiration for your own special date.

Dress in RED on Valentines for National Wear Red Day!

Whether it's your significant other, family, or someone close to you. Wear red in memory of someone you have lost to heart disease.

As you plan out your special evening with your partner for Valentines day, perhaps take the initiative and dress in red for the special occasion. Why wear red? To simply spread awareness of Heart Disease and research in order to find the cure as soon as possible.

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