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  1. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003)

Directed by Donald Petrie and starring Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey the movie is based on a short cartoon book of the same name. A story of the chemistry between two people who’s relationship is considered doomed from the start. Why? Well, Benjamin here is asked by his coworkers to get a woman fall for him whereas Andie has to write an article on ‘how to lose a man in 10 days’.  In order to do her task perfectly she need to find a man and torture him till he breaks up and we all know who becomes her subject. While trying their best to humiliate each other Bejamin is dragged to a Celine Dion concert whereas Andie to meet his family just within a few days of dating. Something none of us saw coming but also something we would see over and over again.

  1. Kissing Jessica Stein (2002)

Even after 19 years, Kissing Jessica Stein remains one of the few mainstream, one of the most popular romantic comedies with a correct and positive queer representation. Movies on queer women are even lesser than the ones about queer men. But here we ind Jessica on a search for the perfect man but it is the twist of fate that she comes across a bisexual woman, Helen. The relationship so different and new, Jessica seems to struggle but will she be able to face it all? Full of clichés one can bear, a movie like no other that will make you wanna jump in delight.

“The groom always smiles proudly because he’s convinced he’s accomplished something quite wonderful. The bride smiles because she’s been able to convince him of it.”
― Judith McNaught, A Kingdom of Dreams

“Plutarch rushes to reassure me. “Oh, no, Katniss. Not your wedding. Finnick and Annie’s. All you need to do is show up and pretend to be happy for them.”
“That’s one of the few things I won’t have to pretend, Plutarch,” I tell him.”
― Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay

“Lovers must not, like usurers, live for themselves alone. They must finally turn from their gaze at one another back toward the community. If they had only themselves to consider, lovers would not need to marry, but they must think of others and of other things. They say their vows to the community as much as to one another, and the community gathers around them to hear and to wish them well, on their behalf and its own. It gathers around them because it understands how necessary, how joyful, and how fearful this joining is. These lovers, pledging themselves to one another “until death,” are giving themselves away, and they are joined by this as no law or contract could join them. Lovers, then, “die” into their union with one another as a soul “dies” into its union with God. And so here, at the very heart of community life, we find not something to sell as in the public market but this momentous giving. If the community cannot protect this giving, it can protect nothing…”
― Wendell Berry, Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community: Eight Essays

“Laurel: I don’t need a ring or a license, or a spetacular white dress. It’s not marriage so much, or at all really, that matters. It’s the promise. It’s the knowing someone wants me to be part of his life. Someone loves me, that I’m the one for him. That’s not just enough, it’s everything.”
― Nora Roberts, Savor the Moment


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What season do you want to get married?

    • Fall
    • Spring
    • Winter
    • Summer
  • Question of

    What type of centerpiece do you want?

    • Flower arrangements
    • Lanterns with flameless candles inside
    • Photo frames, maybe?
    • Crystal pedestals with flowers on top
  • Question of

    What will your cocktail hour menu feature?

    • Fruit and vegetables, and a big cheese display with assorted crackers
    • Mini tacos and quesadillas
    • All the seafood
    • Whatever is most popular, I guess.
  • Question of

    How will you decorate the venue?

    • Simply. Rustic with modern accents.
    • Twinkling lights
    • Lots of draping
    • Depends on the venue
  • Question of

    Are you having an engagement photoshoot?

    • Yes!
    • Probably
    • Maybe
    • I don’t think so, but I might change my mind.
  • Question of

    How elaborate will your invitations be?

    • Pretty simple. White background with natural-looking greenery.
    • I think I want trifold invitations.
    • Pretty elaborate. I want them to be a keepsake.
    • I want confetti to come out of the envelope.
  • Question of

    What style of dress are you going with?

    • A ballgown. It fits me and the venue.
    • I think a strapless natural waist dress.
    • A flowy Greek goddess type dress
    • My taste changes so often, so I honestly don’t know.
  • Question of

    What do you want at your wedding that is a splurge, but will have everyone green with envy?

    • A five-tiered cake
    • A designer gown
    • A celebrity performer
    • Two photographers
  • Question of

    Will you have kids at your wedding?

    • A flower girl and ring bearer during the ceremony, but not at the reception
    • No way
    • I don’t see why not!
    • I’ve actually never thought about it.
  • Question of

    What will your ‘something blue’ be?

    • Sapphire earrings
    • Dried blue flowers in my bouquet
    • Garter
    • Probably ribbon or something
  • Question of

    What kind of shoes are you wearing?

    • Open-toed suede heels
    • Sandals
    • Ivory silk heels
    • I love the idea of wearing cowboy boots.
  • Question of

    What color scheme are you going for?

    • Emerald and gold
    • Blush and navy
    • Different shades of green
    • Navy and coral
  • Question of

    What is the dress code for guests?

    • Cocktail attire
    • Black tie
    • Casual
    • Somewhere in between cocktail and black tie
  • Question of

    What type of engagement ring do you like?

    • Classic round diamond
    • Oval diamond with pavé
    • Gemstone with diamonds on the side
    • Huge diamond solitaire
  • Question of

    Are you writing your own vows?

    • I don’t think so.
    • Of course
    • I’d like to think I would.
    • Yes, but I wouldn’t want to read them.

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