For all the hard work and planning you put into organising your wedding, when it comes to the day itself, blink and it will be over before you know it. It’s a day of high emotion, intense excitement, a blur of faces, a whirl of activity, a crescendo of all your hopes and dreams. And then it’s gone. That’s why wedding photography is so important!
We’ve all heard the phrase ‘running a business from your bedroom’. It used to be used to describe what young entrepreneurs did when they were just getting started, before their balance sheet was healthy enough to rent proper office space in proper business premises.
The rise in freelancing and the ‘gig economy’ has generated renewed interest in shared and temporary office spaces. Gone are the stuffy hotel business centres; now professionals are looking for comfortable surroundings, great coffee, and high-speed WiFi included.
As more entrepreneurs move to the cloud, and work from a variety of locations, the traditional office is becoming a thing of the past. There are times when you’ll need a base of some sort, but apart from receiving post, it’s unlikely that you’ll have to commit your micro-business to having a physical office if you’d rather not foot the bill.
Your wedding day should, by rights, be all about you and your significant other. But the truth of the matter is, it is a celebration that includes many more people than just the happy couple. When it comes to planning, their feelings and preferences inevitably have to be taken into consideration, too.
If you run your own business from home, you probably think from time to time about whether you would be better off getting your own office elsewhere.
Every happy couple wants to make their wedding day an event to remember, not just for them but for their guests also. Arguably the most reliable way to create a lasting impression on a large group of people is one of the most basic – through their bellies.
In this day and age, there is an app for everything – even planning your wedding. Just as real life wedding planners who act as consultants and help with all the arrangements find themselves increasingly in demand, so the market for wedding planning websites and mobile apps is booming too.
Reality isn’t what it used to be. From AI-powered virtual assistants like Alexa which answer your queries as you go about day-to-day tasks, to fully immersive alternate digital realities accessible via a VR headset, the virtual is taking over.
For years now we’ve all been used to stories about the cost of living rising, the economy being stagnant and households everywhere having to watch the pennies carefully as income growth stalls. But one thing that people are definitely not afraid to splash out on is a quality wedding.