The Newlywed Golden Rule: Do Unto Others After the Big “I Do”

So you’ve arrived home from your fabulous honeymoon, unpacked and started to really feel comfortable in your status as a Mrs..  What do you do now?  Channel all the energy you used to spend on wedding planning into treating those who worked hard to make your Big Day the best!

Throw a brunch for your bridesmaids.  These girls bent over backwards to help you and possibly broke the bank on their dresses, shoes and accessories for your wedding.  You’ll be able to show them how thankful you are for all of their help  and as a bonus you’ll get to use some of the new serving ware from your registry.

Did your Great Aunt Louise fly across the country to watch you walk down the aisle?  What about all the cousins who used vacation days to attend your event?  A cute way to show your appreciation is to include a wedding or honeymoon photo in your thank-you notes.  You know that it will be proudly displayed on mantels, desks and refrigerators across the country.  Also, doting relatives on both sides of the family will discuss how thoughtful you are.

Was your wedding cake outstanding?  Did your florist blow your mind and not your budget?  Take the time to review your wedding vendors online.  It is incredibly beneficial to their businesses and you can feel good knowing you may steer future brides in the right direction.  Places for wedding vendor reviews include:,, and

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