Changing your last name after marriage is still the socially acceptable thing to do, and people will automatically start addressing you as Mrs. Green regardless of whether you have decided to legally change your name or not.
If you plan on having or do have children it is easier to share a last name as parents then to continuously explain to teachers, doctors, playmates, and other parents that you are indeed married and the mother and father of your child.
His name may be easier to pronounce than yours, or it just sounds nicer with your first name.
Some women feel that changing their last name joins them to their husband and makes them a family.
Booking travel plans, making dinner reservations, and monogramming will be much less complicated if you share a last name with your husband.
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