You never know when and how you are going to find the love of your life, and that is why we always love to tell the stories of couples who met completely by chance, like the couple we have on the blog today.
Anat and Tomer met a year ago. Anat (who was then single) was having lunch with her mom at a Tel Aviv cafe and was telling her her how she enjoyed the freedom of not being in a relationship. A table next to them, Tomer was having lunch with friends. Tomer left after a while but when Anat went upstairs to use the restroom one of Tomer’s friends approached Anat’s mom and told her that it seems like Anat and Tomer would make a good couple. When Anat returned from the restroom her Mom asked if she would be OK with giving her phone number to Tomer, but Anat refused, explaining that she was not looking for a relationship at the moment. Tomer’s friend insisted and Anat agreed.
- Even though it is more expensive, try and have your wedding on a Thursday or a day before a holiday. After all the planning, details and energy you invest into planning your big day, you are not going to want your guests leaving at midnight because they have work the next morning.
- Unless they are closely related to you, try and have as little small children as possible in your event. It takes a bit of courage, but we asked on the invitation for our guests to book a babysitter.
- Don’t serve liquors which belong to a brand you are not familiar with. You don’t want your guests (or even yourself) finishing the night in the restroom.
- Speaking of restrooms, create a restroom basket for your guests. It’s not an expensive investment but one that will have all your lady guests thanking you. Ideas for the kit include bandaids, saftey pins, deodorant, blister stickers, wet wipes and dental floss.
- And, most importantly, have fun! On your big day, don’t let anything stress you out. Even if there will be a slight change of plans embrace it and enjoy every minute.