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MARRIAGE & CONTRIBUTORS Publisher

Amber Media Productions

Creative DireCtors

Kenroy Ambris Carla Mendez-Ambris

Design layout

Rajesh Sinanan

aDvertising sales

Kenroy Ambris

PhotograPhy

Kenroy Ambris

Contributing PhotograPhers

Curtis Chase

Contributing Writers

Carla Mendez-Ambris Sarah Sookraj Sherlan Ramsubhag

Marriage & bliss is published twice a year by Amber Media Productions. It is mostly distributed FREE of charge to engaged couples and newlyweds. It is also sold at selected bookstores and other outlets throughout Trinidad and Tobago. No part of this magazine may be reproduced in part or whole without consent from the publisher.

What’s inside

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Buyer Beware

Selecting Reliable Wedding Vendors

Your Wedding Gift Movie Review Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor

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Warning: Wedding Budget Hazards Ahead

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Love then marriage then baby

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Strange Wedding Practices Beauty Tips Trend or Tradition

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The online edition of Marriage & Bliss can be read at www.ambermediatt.com/marriage-and-bliss Marriage & Bliss – The Magazine For more information on advertising or distribution please contact: AMBER MEDIA PRODUCTIONS Kenroy: (868) 750-2550 or (868) 359-5448 Carla: (868) 748-0809 or (868) 359-5452 Website: www.ambermediatt.com Email: info@ambermediatt.com

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Inspiration Page

The Icing on the Cake Cover Couple Feature

Wedding Vendors Then & Now Fun Page


From the Publisher It is with great pleasure that we present you with Issue 9 of Marriage & Bliss. Our publication continues to thrive and receive great reviews as we bring you inspiration from local weddings. Each photo is from real weddings held right here in sweet Trinidad & Tobago. The stunning photographs in this Issue were taken at various local landmarks including the Botanical Gardens in Port of Spain and a popular Golf Course in east Trinidad and our cover photo was taken at a secluded beach in Palo Seco, South Trinidad. One wedding was done at the new home of the bride and groom which provided a very intimate and unique atmosphere. One of our clients had a full Military Wedding as you will see when you feast your eyes to the array of photos we have here for you.You will also notice a bride that chose to display her talent by entertaining her husband, and her guests.

Carla Mendez-Ambris Creative Director

As usual, our articles span further than just planning for the wedding day; we discuss when is ideal for married couples to expand their family, explore their makeup options available to brides for the bridal makeup look, give advice on how to select reliable wedding vendors and we continue our series on Strange Wedding Practices around the world. We also continue our features The Icing on the Cake and the Inspiration Page as we inspire you with ideas for your own wedding, and our most raved feature Then and Now. We hope you, our readers, continue to enjoy our articles, beautiful couples and of course the photos. Be inspired!

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Vendors By Carla Mendez-Ambris T IS very easy for anyone to start a business page on any of the multitude of social networking sites currently available. Take Facebook, for instance — it is free and takes just a few minutes. But there is a catch! There is no way to verify the authenticity of a company or its claims — photos can be taken from off the net or from any of the wedding suppliers here or abroad; and well, there is always Photoshop! Just ask any of the couples who had their weddings railroaded earlier this year when one such person came face to face, on local television, with brides to be who all claimed that she didn’t give the services she promised to deliver and were not refunded. Marriage & Bliss has put together some useful pointers in helping you to find a reliable and trustworthy wedding supplier: Get recommendations Good ol’ word of mouth is still one of the most reliable forms of advertising. Ask around. You can check friends, co-workers, even family for recommendations. Who did your

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catering? Which photographer did you use? Do not simply ask for a name and contact; be sure to enquire about customer service. How well did the supplier work with you? Were there any issues after the wedding? How well were they resolved? Verify that the company exists A simple online check at the Companies Registry on The Ministry

of Legal Affairs website (https://rgd. legalaffairs.gov.tt) will show you if the company is a registered business. If the business has an office or store, pay a visit to see their items or even to meet the owners and have a one-on-one. Facebook Likes do not equal quality work While Facebook Likes are a great indicator of popularity, it does not


necessarily equate to quality of work. The focus should instead be on the content of the Facebook page. Do not be fooled by pretty pictures! Ensure photos were taken by the supplier and are a true indication of their work. Ask questions – the name of the couple, where the photo was taken, what is the brand of the item etc.

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Additional online presence Many suppliers have taken the extra step and have invested in some type of online presence, be it a professional website or a blog. Is the website or blog easily found when doing an online search? Is it regularly updated? Does it co-relate to their Facebook Page?

Samples/ Trials Ask for samples/trials. Most makeup artists will suggest a makeup trial. This will ensure that you like the look and that the products react well with your skin. Ask your caterer to sample the food to make sure it’s right for your taste.

Are the prices too good to be true? Weddings are expensive, yes, but the cheapest option is often not the best choice for such an important day. The supplier may be new to the industry or there could be hidden charges that will add up in the long run. Ask! Ask! Ask! Ask about their experience, the brand of the dress, if they are familiar with your venue, the fine print in the contract. Weigh the options and choose the best, not necessarily the cheapest. Most important is getting value for your money. If it’s to good to be true, then it probably is.

Ask about a refund policy and payment plan Find out if there is any refund policy. Do you need to pay all monies up front? If you do not like the cake or décor, what recourse is there? If the caterer does not show up on the day, what happens? Be cautious if the supplier’s only payment policy is a direct deposit to an account, especially if it is only an online store. If this is their only payment policy, be sure to get a receipt. Go with your gut Sometimes trusting your gut is the best advice. You may feel deep down that something is not right or that the right chemistry is lacking after the first meeting. Chances are you are right!


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By Sherlan Ramsubhag O you’re getting married. You plan location, food and music. But why not also plan your wedding gift? Some may think planning what gifts you want is not in the tradition of what a wedding gift is. But who wants to end up with a warehouse of items that you do not need or may never use! Here are some helpful tips in planning what wedding gifts you prefer.

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Wedding Accounts A new trend is the Wedding Account. Both bride and groom open an account at their preferred bank and include the account number in the wedding invitation. The benefits of this option are that you can use the money for what you need. Your guest has less to worry about as they do not have the hassle of looking for a gift. Even if the guest may not have the time to go to the bank they will get the gist of what you want and can give you cash on the wedding day. Bridal Registry A Bridal Registry does not have to be limited to small household items. If you or your other half were previously living your own then chances are you may need bigger household items such as bed, refrigerator or stove. There is the option to open a registry at a furniture or electronics store. Let guests know that they can make a contribution towards an item if they cannot afford the entire purchase. A Gift Certificate to the Spa Planning a wedding takes months, sometimes years. The wedding is as much as the bride and groom’s as it is the guests. After the wedding day has come and gone, you will surely appreciate some pampering to ease all the stress away. You newlyweds will surely enjoy starting your new life together being pampered in style.


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Cherisse & Kester

The ICING on the Cake More wedding cake photos are available on our Facebook page. Marriage and Bliss — The Magazine Natasha & Junior

Kerd & Kerry Ann

Malaika & Kester


Gillian & Carlon

Samuel & Neisha

Olivia & Shawn

Paulina & Augustin


On the Cover Kerry Ann & Kerd Wedding Date: 16th March 2013 Reception Venue: Petrotrin Beach Camp, Palo Seco


start seeing faults in her husband that she thinks Harley can more than compensate for. Brice forgets her birthday, while Harley sends her a lovely bouquet of flowers; Brice was quite nonchalant about her dream of becoming a marriage counsellor, while Harley encourages her to pursue it right away. Check out the move to see what happens from here. Does Temptation prevail? Or does she remain loyal to her high school sweetheart? While this movie did not receive very high ratings from critics, we found this flick to be a “must see”, particularly for married couples. In Perry’s words: “There are a lot of people who struggle in their relationships. They make bad choices about their marriages. They get divorced. And so many of them don’t step out of their situation and really think about the consequences of what they’re doing. This movie asks, ‘Are you sure you want to do this?’ It sends up a flag.” Genre: Release Date: Directed by: Written by:

Drama-Thriller 29th March 2013 Tyler Perry Tyler Perry

irected, produced and written by Tyler Perry, Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor, is a drama-thriller film adapted from a play of the same name. The movie begins showing the life of young married couple Judith (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) and Brice (Lance Gross), who have known each other since the age of six. Judith, who is also a therapist at an online dating company, dreams of one day becoming a marriage counsellor. At work, Judith meets and must work with Harley (Robbie Jones) who is interested in investing in the company. Harley likes Judith and expresses his obvious interest in her. We see temptation rear its ‘ugly head’ when she begins to

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WARNING: Wedding Budget Hazards Ahead

By Carla Mendez-Ambris EDDINGS are costly... we all know this! And it is not wise to start your marriage with such a huge financial burden hovering over you. To save some much needed cash, here are four wedding budget blunders you should avoid. Not Reading the Fine Print It is almost the norm; we sign on the dotted line and then ask questions later! Not reading the fine print or asking all the necessary questions before booking a service provider is the first wedding budget blunder. Read all the extras and fine prints when signing contracts. Ask questions - does the venue charge a corkage fee if you bring in your own champagne? What are the terms and conditions of getting back your refundable deposit? If the wedding runs late, is there an additional fee? Discuss the fine print in your contracts prior to booking vendors, especially since this may be the deciding factor in choosing one supplier over another. Not Knowing What You Want Simple or elegant dress?Tiered cake or cupcakes or both? Before meeting with wedding vendors, discuss and decide with your fiancé exactly what you want. If you are unsure, you may be more likely to be swayed into a costlier direction as vendors may try to pitch more expensive choices your way.

Nevertheless, you should still be open to vendors’ suggestions as your options may not be practical or may actually be more expensive. Remember that they have the experience. Let them know the budget you are working with for that specific item or service, then find out how best they can meet your needs. Overdoing the Guest List I am sure that you would like to invite your entire Facebook Friend List to share in your special day. But the reality is that more people = more money. If your guest list grows, so will your budget for invitations, food, décor and drinks. A suggestion — Make your guest list and divide it into two: the ‘A List’ — the persons that MUST be invited, such as immediate family and close friends, and a ‘B List’ of persons that you would like to invite, if the budget permits. If you are second-guessing whether to invite someone…then maybe you should not. Not Thinking Creatively Do it yourself (DIY) is definitely the way to go if you want to cut costs. Think creatively and step out of the box. Centrepieces do not always have to be floral and they can serve a multi-function role. Votive candles are always an elegant option and can add sophistication to your centrepiece. Design your own wedding favours, programmes or invitations to give guests an experience of your own creativity while saving you some money.


FTER the euphoria of getting married, one of the most important decisions newlyweds make is when to have a baby. Having children, after all, seems to be a natural part of marriage and family life. But when is the issue to be decided; within the first year, in the first five years or during the honeymoon even?

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Author Francesca Di Meglio advices: “Ideally, you should have had a preliminary talk about this prior to the wedding. But there are few absolutes in life, and people change their minds and ideas, so you should talk about it as a couple again. The important thing to remember is that this is a decision between the two of you. Your parents, friends, and other relatives have

no say in whether you should get pregnant. You need to listen to your heart and your spouse, then make a decision that works for both of you. After all, deciding to become a parent is a huge decision because you’ll be committing to a lifetime of work.� Di Meglio says that couples should consider their feelings about children, their time management skills, finances, and


goals for the future. “Ask yourself whether you like kids, whether getting pregnant would disrupt your careers and how that would make you feel, and whether you could afford a child. Are you emotionally, physically, and financially prepared to bring a baby into the world?” She adds that another important question to ask is whether your marriage is strong enough for pregnancy and child rearing. “Sometimes, couples think that a baby will solve all their problems. In reality, a baby adds stress to the relationship. A baby needs your constant care and attention, and he or she will get in the way of alone time for the couple. There will be fun and satisfying moments – when baby says his first word or falls asleep with your finger in his hand. But there will also be moments of panic – when he won’t stop crying no matter what you do or when he gets his first fever.” And it is an even bigger decision for career wives. “Whether we like to admit it or not, having kids requires some sacrifice on the part of women when it comes to their careers. You have to decide if the time is right for you. These days, even fathers are taking paternity leave; therefore, he should also think about whether he can take the time necessary to start a family.” Di Meglio sums it up this way, “you need to talk and listen, listen and talk.” While another author says “it is best to work out problems before children ever come along...and know how to resolve issues. It will be better for you and better for your children.” Clinical psychologist Jerrold Lee Shapiro, PhD says whether a new baby brings spouses closer together or drives them apart has a lot to do with the pre-baby relationship. “Having a child intensifies everything in a relationship. With the arrival of a first child, everything good in a marriage gets better, everything bad gets worse. A couple that has good intimacy will find a lot more to share, more experiences to get excited about together. A couple that has a lot of distance will find that a child becomes a wedge. Stay Connected. Spending quality time with your partner before the baby arrives can put you on the right track.” And in an article published on

The important thing to remember is that this is a decision between the two of you. Your parents, friends, and other relatives have no say in whether you should get pregnant. littlechildren.wordpress.com entitled “Why Having Kids (Early) Helped My Marriage” the author backs the idea of having children early. “So while I don’t see myself on some

crusade to advocate marrying and having kids early, I like to encourage young couples who find themselves in a similar position as I did. I like to encourage them that having children can actually help your marriage. Contrary to the stresser image that “everyone” creates, I can say with 100% confidence that having children early forced my husband and I to grow closer.” But she says there must be long-term planning. “Having babies early in your marriage not only bonds you to your husband more (because you need each other from the outset and do not develop independently for more years) but liberates you earlier on the other end of life. When some of your friends are just starting their families at 35 and 40, you will be winding up your families around that time and ready to pursue life together again.” She adds: “Simply put, you do the hard work together up front but then you get the simpler part later. This doesn’t entail you’ll have perfect peace and prosperity by then because things will come up in your 40s and 50s too. But instead of dealing with those things at 60 and 70, you’ll be younger. And it can be a very bonding experience to consider what you’ll do with your middle-age years together.” Marriage

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S PART of our continuing series on all that is weddingweird, Marriage & Bliss brings you so me more peculiar bride and groom practices from around the world. From burning an effigy of your partner during the reception to being prevented from using the toilet for three days after exchanging vows — here are some more eccentric, creepy and outlandish marriage rituals. India In some parts of India, folks believe a girl born with a tooth that has already broken the gums is cursed and will encounter very bad luck. She can only ward off this bad omen by marrying an animal, usually a dog or a goat.

adhere to the rules, family members guard their bathroom around the clock. This is said to be done as a protective measure so that the couple will live a long and happy life with lots of children…which kind of makes sense. If you can get through 72 hours of pure torture together, you can get through anything! Ukraine Already anticipating the possibility of a messy divorce in the future, extremely traditional Ukrainian couples take premature revenge on their matchmaker by burning an effigy of him or her at their ceremony. Marquesas Islands On the Marquesas Islands, it is tradition at the end of a wedding reception for the bride and groom to walk all over their friends and family. Everyone lies

down and creates a “human carpet” that the couple has to tread through to get to the door and be sent off on their honeymoon. Mauritania In this part of Northwest Africa the bigger the bride, the better. In order for a man to flaunt his prominent status, he needs a fat wife. Stomach rolls, stretch marks and overlapping thighs are all indications that he is wealthy enough to keep his wife satisfied. In a ritual called Leblouh, girls from the ages of 5 to 15 are sent to “fat farms” in order for them to gain weight rapidly, thus preparing them to be declared fit for marriage. China In a bizarre Chinese tradition, the bride must voluntarily turn on the water works one month before her wedding. Over the course of the month, her mother, grandmother, aunts and sisters join in on the cry-fest. Then on her wedding day the bride must sing a “crying marriage song” and is judged by the congregation by how beautifully she can accomplish this.

Scotland In Scotland, the more dedicated your wedding party is, the more garbage you will be covered in. Before the wedding, brides are attacked and doused in curdled milk, dead fish, spoiled food, tar and feathers — basically anything you could find in a dumpster — and then taken out for a night of drinking. According to cultureledger. com, the gist of this centuries-old tradition, called “blackening the bride”, is to prepare the bride for any humiliation or problems she will experience during her marriage. Northern Borneo In the Tidong community of Northern Borneo, for three days and three nights after their wedding, married couples are not allowed to use the bathroom. To ensure they Marriage

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peachy or nude cheeks and lips. While traditional is regarded as the safest choice it can be lack lustre and bland especially if the bride’s personality is vibrant and colourful. Trendy on the other hand varies. It mainly focuses on one colour, the pantone colour of the season and is usually seen on everything from the runways, in magazines and ads. A trendy bride is daring, young and fresh. But trendy makeup is a bold and sometimes risky as fads may be very dramatic and specific to a certain creative ideas. Sometime looks are specifically developed for runway shows to enhance a designers edgy theme, but may prove to be impractical or even unflattering to the average everyday woman. Here are some recent makeup trends:


polish and makeup. This beautiful colour is vibrant and a definite show stopper! Emerald green is a perfect balance of cool and warm tones. But for women with yellow undertones, Caribbean women, it looks best when paired with a warm peachy colour palette on cheeks and lips. Some advice Every bride is different, so the choice to go one way or the other should depend on personality, fashion preference and most importantly, what statement you want to make. Instead of focusing on labels follow your instincts. If you generally do not wear makeup regularly, wedding day should not be the first time you try a dramatic smokey eye. Each makeup application should always be personal to you. If you love colour then opt to have it incorporated in your wedding makeup and likewise, if you are traditional and prefer a softer, more neutral palette then opt to incorporate those. Or why not try both? Remember, makeup should always enhance your look and not transform you into an entirely different person especially on wedding day. Sarah Sookraj Makeup Artist Contact: 778-3152 Facebook: Bella Paraiso Twitter: @SarahSookraj Youtube: Sarah Sookraj

The Subtle Smokey eye Smouldering eye shadows to create a sexy yet not overlydramaticsmokey eye. The colour palette ranges from soft baby blues and lilacs, to warm bronzes and steely greys while avoiding black. The rest of the face is kept neutral. This helps to create a subtle emphasis on the eyes and does not over power the white dress. ‘No makeup’ Makeup A modern take on traditional bridal makeup. It incorporates a very nude palette and uses key products to enhance specific features. One of the hardest looks to master, it has to be done correctly to avoiding looking too plain. This year the focus is on glowing skin with warm cheeks, subtle contour, a peachy colour palette on eyes and lips, along with lots of mascara to open up the eyes. Get to the focal point The eyes, lips or cheeks are highlighted while the rest of the face remains nude and almost stark in comparison. Bold red lips, a dramatic eye with tons of mascara, a hot flush of fuchsia or orange on the cheek are all examples of this look. The Pantone Palette Since Emerald green was named the 2013 pantone colour of the year it’s been seen everywhere from designer fashions, nail

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Know any couples celebrating over 40 years of wedded bliss? Email us at info@ambermediatt.com or call 1 (868) 750-2550 to have their wedding photo featured right here in Marriage & Bliss as an inspiration to other couples.

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The photos in this magazine are testimony of some of the fun we usually have at weddings with our brides and grooms. If you want to capture these fun moments at your wedding and be featured in our magazine call Kenroy to photograph and/ or videotape your wedding. 1 (868) 750-2550 or (868) 359-5448. kenroy.ambris@gmail.com www.ambermediatt.com

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Biggest wedding guests faux pas! 1. Not sending an RSVP Guests don’t realise how important RSVPs are to the wedding planner as it influences seating plan and catering numbers. Try to send an RSVP as prompt as you can, the sooner the better. But this also brings us to point number 2.

2. RSVP with an extra guest. Invitations are addressed to specific attendees and may not include kids, or additional family members. Additional guests mean additional expenses for the planner and may put them in an awkward position if you bring them.

3. Buying a non-registry gift. Couples carefully select all their items for their bridal registry choosing items which are most needed. Avoid trying to be “different” by choosing something not on the registry as your item of choice may be something they already have or may not use.

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Marriage and bliss Issue 9  

Issue 9 of bridal magazine from Trinidad & Tobago.

Marriage and bliss Issue 9  

Issue 9 of bridal magazine from Trinidad & Tobago.

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