Invitation words are very important in wedding cards. You can add formal ideas but also creative and fun ideas on it. This is very complex things that you would need more time to decide which words you would choose. And also, Typeface of the cards is also very important.
One honest answer “NO!!” The reason is they want YOU…NOT gifts. You were amazing enough to get to know in the beginning. Were you acting? Were you on your best behavior “just because?” When you said you loved them did ya mean it or were you just trying to keep them with you?
If you are assuming something, let it go. Tell your self it is ONLY an assumption and let it go. It solves nothing and you will worry yourself into make HUGE mistakes in the long run.
Metal music, up until this time, had only one sound. The eighties changed all of that. Several catagories grew from the “metal” sound and expanded the music to video and radio. Air play was almost unheard of for a metal group, but the introduction of “glam metal” made such a monumental change in radio that it completely captivated the airways. Metal ballads became all the rage and in perspective, a great compromise for dating couples. Guys were cool for having a “Cinderella” tape in their car and their girlfriends were still able to trap beats while on a date. Bands like “Dokken”, “Whitesnake” and “Poison” were all famous for their ballads and many children were conceived while playing these famous classics.
No one can write down exactly how it feels to be broken hearted. The feeling is devastating, cold and very lonely. Feeling you have NEVER felt creep in and you begin to slowly fade into the shadows of depression. You friends and family begin to worry and you tend to wonder if you will ever be happy again. When you heart is broken, a simple task such as smiling seems almost impossible. Staring at your feet and thinking of once was a warm bed for two can be Over-whelming. Tears form and slowly find themselves caressing your cheeks as the fall silently off your chin and on your shoes.
For a while, the emotions are subsiding and you’re starting to feel better. You’re accepting what has happened and now you think that it’s best to put it in the past. You’re no longer giving in to depression.
Then try to go with your life. Throw yourself into your work for a while. Exercise more. Join a gym. Join a book club. Get out there and meet people. Cry at home with your cat. Do want you need to do to heal.