New Book Launch: 300 Do It Yourself Vows-Choose Your Own

Have you ever had something that you HAVE to share with all your family and friends because you know it changes people’s lives?  Well, I am jumping for joy because that is exactly how I feel RIGHT NOW and I am so excited to share it with you. Recently, a dear friend and mentor said to me, “With all your years of experience, success and the hundreds of weddings you’ve performed, you could write a great do it yourself vow book. Something that can support couples to create meaningful, unique words on their special day”.  What a GENIUS idea (thank you, Dr. Yvonne!)!

You know that I’m a great lover of romantic films (YES, The Notebook is one of my faves) and as a 10-year, Award-Winning wedding officiant, I absolutely adore hearing people’s love stories. So, I got to writing and before you know it, I had over 300 vows written!

If you are newly engaged, know someone getting married, or want to renew your vows, my “300 DO IT YOURSELF VOWS” book is a wonderful experience. Once you open it, you‘ll keep on reading because it makes you feel so incredibly good. 

AND it’s a gift that keeps on giving!  Everyone knows that for a lasting relationship promises need to be continually created and built upon. For married couples, imagine choosing a “vow-a-day” to say to one another to keep your love alive; a surprise written vow might be even better. Or you can create an anniversary ritual and use this book to pick new vows to say each year on your special day.  Isn’t that awesome?  For engaged couples, this book provides a constant resource of loving, positive words to put together to say on your wedding day. And, it’s fun! You simply copy and paste your favorite lines and TADA! You have wonderful and meaningful personal vows.

Each vow carries a high vibration and the chapters are carefully thought out to align with all the important topics that create a wonderful, lasting marriage.  This is a wonderful gift for yourself, for newly engaged couples, bridal showers, and even your parent’s upcoming anniversary!  

INSTANT VOWS FOR LOVING COUPLES

 

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I am beyond excited to share my book with you and I invite you now to click HERE to order your copy (or copies!) today.

Wow! This Series Will Make a Big Difference For You!!

These quick tips could be just what you’ve been searching for.

I am blessed and grateful to be among this panel of experts who show up in such an authentic and loving way to share real tips and strategies to support you in having it all.

Join us for the “Yes! You Can Have It all Summit” where myself and 23 other leading experts share our ideas, insights and tips to support you in having it all and loving it.

It’s absolutely free to access these bite-sized nuggets of wisdom, so join us!

Here’s the link where you can register ► CLICK HERE 

This series is hosted by my friend and colleague, Nancy Matthews, International Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Founder of the global organization, Women’s Prosperity Network, and an extraordinary woman who demonstrates having it all and loving it, brought us together to support YOU in doing the same. Nancy is on a mission to support people in having it all by creating your life by design and making sure you’re experiencing, love, support and fun along the way. If you haven’t met Nancy yet, you’ll surely pick up on her genuine, caring spirit and wealth of knowledge she brings.

The experts in this series cover a wide array of topics to support us all in this journey and I love that they’re all in short segments (about 15 minutes each). Some of the areas covered are:
• Reset Your Stress for Success
• Demystifying Money to Have It All
• Your Million Dollar Energy Imprint
• With Love You Can Have It All
• And so many more strategies and insights on health, wealth, marketing, sales, style, image, vision, recognition and others.

This series is bringing me great value and I would love for you to benefit from these powerful teachers as well.

Here’s the link where you can register ► CLICK HERE 

Once registered, beginning April 2nd and running through Aril 11th, you’ll receive 1 email a day delivered straight to your inbox that will contain 2 to 3 brief interviews. These are value-packed strategies and real tools for you to easily implement into your already busy life. You can download and watch or listen from home, your office or on the go!

(Just click this link to reserve your spot now!)

I look forward to seeing you!

With Joy,

Rev. Samora Smith

PS. Give yourself the gift of saying, Yes, to this series and then … be sure to watch them. I know you’ll thoroughly enjoy each of these expert teachers and that you’ll learn at least one gem from each of them. ► CLICK HERE 

What to Do When you have Problems with Your Bridesmaids

Every bride seeks help on how to deal with problematic bridesmaids. Some problems occur when the bridesmaids have never met each other and they can find it extremely difficult to get along. Being a bride, it can be really stressful because all of them matter to you and you cannot just let them be on their own on your special day. Moreover, there can also be other unforeseen issues that can arise like a problem with the dresses, vendors showing up late, or even issues with the venue. Here we will discuss what you can do when your bridesmaids are being less than helpful.

Problem 1 – They Don’t Like the Dress

We all come in different shapes and sizes so the “one-style-fits-all” doesn’t really go over too well these days.  If you have chosen the dresses of your bridesmaids and they are not comfortable with it, you should think of a quick alternative. You may have already invested your time and energy to find the best available dress, but if they don’t like it, there is no point in forcing them. What you can do is arrange an alternative dress that they can wear. Let them choose the style and you decide the color. Of course, they should respect any limits you may have like no strapless, or nothing that comes above their knees.  In the end, they will feel more empowered and their confidence will shine through because they chose their favorite dress that will complement the event as well.

Problem 2 – I Don’t Want to Work

You should know that your bridesmaids are not your maids. They are your friends and they are here to share your happiness. You should try to treat them accordingly and ask other family members to attend them with care and concern. If they are asked to work time and time again, they will get annoyed and will want to leave as early as possible. Moreover, you can always include a male friend on your bridesmaid’s list because they will want to feel useful by helping out a little extra and keep things normal.

Problem 3 – Bridesmaids Don’t Like Each Other

There are chances that the bridesmaids may not like each other. In this case, what you can do is define areas where they will be working and limit their interactions to taking group photos, being in the ceremony and entering the reception.  If you have a wedding coordinator, have them act as a buffer when they foresee any possible conflicts arise.   It will take some of the pressure of you and make the rest of the bridal party calm so that your event will happily continue without any mishap. Just try to keep things simple as much as you can at your wedding ceremony.

Problem 4 – Bridesmaids Didn’t Show Up

One of the biggest problems that you may face is when your bridesmaids ditch you at the very last minute. All your plans are dependent on their presence and if they fail to show up, you can find yourself in serious trouble. For this problem, you should always have some backup. This is where you can ask your other friends to be ready for any kind of help that you would need.

These are some problems that you might face at your wedding ceremony. Using the solutions given above, you can easily cope with them and make your wedding ceremony a memorable one. If you like, you can also lean on the expertise of your wedding officiant to offer solutions for the ceremony, regardless of whether your wedding party is cooperative or not.  After all, it is your wedding day and all of your family and friends are there to celebrate you and your future spouse.