April 2011

The Premarital Plan: Talk About the Tough Stuff BEFORE Tying the Knot

When it comes to marriage, there are many matters that could result in power struggles once or several times over the length of the relationship, but there are two very common reoccurring themes that come up in marital disputes. This post addresses a few of the questions that can be the starting point for these necessary pre-wedding conversations.

Newlywed Easter Dress Success

One of the best parts of Easter is the excuse to shop for one more Spring dress or ensemble! Whether you are a newlywed meeting your spouse’s extended family for the first time or simply going to brunch with close friends, here are a few of our favorite outfits that are festive but won’t leave you looking fussy.

Your Married Name: To Change or Not to Change!?

Some women choose to keep their maiden name for professional reasons, some feel as though by changing their name they’re losing a part of their identity, while for others, the decision relies heavily on family and traditions. Whatever the case may be, there are many factors that will affect your decision, and for many, that single most important factor is your spouse!

Newlywed Disaster

While a bad honeymoon is hardly the worst thing that can happen in life, it made me think about marriage and how my husband and I, like all brides and grooms dreamed that married life would be perfect. There’s nothing wrong with a positive attitude or outlook on life; however, you want to prepare yourselves for when something in your life doesn’t turn out as planned.

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