So You Want To Get Married? Here's What To Do Next


Lots of women spend their childhood imagining a fairy tale wedding. And who can blame them? Beautiful dresses, a handsome prince to take care of us, and everyone gushing about how gorgeous we look. As we get older, these dreams start to become a little more refined. Eventually, we find the man we want to marry. But how on earth do you turn a happy coupling into a formal marriage?



Start by making sure you’ve had ‘that’ conversation with your other half. It’s easy to find yourself loved up but not quite as easy to be certain where the other person sees the relationship. Keep things simple. If you’re willing to explore the possibility of growing old and gray with your man, then he may be too. But talk first. Make sure you’re on the same page about the rest of your lives.


Getting engaged is a really big deal. Your partner may want to propose in a traditional way. This could involve buying you a diamond ring and getting down on one knee to pop the question. If you’re talking about marriage, why not shop for the ring together? You can do some research at YourDiamondGuru.com to see what kind of ring will suit you best. There’s nothing to stop you proposing to him, or buying him an engagement present either.


Planning a wedding isn’t the easiest thing to do on your own. There is so much to prepare and book. Most brides are happiest in the boutique trying on dresses. They don’t want to be on the phone booking caterers, florists, and chefs all day. A wedding planner can save you all the stress and headaches of finding the right people for your wedding. You can be as involved as you want, but without having to figure out all the finer details.


Once you have set the date, you need to agree on the guest list. Your choice of a wedding ceremony is important too. You may want a religious ceremony. This can take quite some time to prepare for. Or you might want to have a big wedding at a country estate. Check your venue can comfortably cater for the guest list you have in mind before sending out the invites.




If you are having a traditional wedding, you may need to choose some family and friends to perform certain duties. Your husband may require a best man, and you may want a number of bridesmaids. You can also choose ushers, flower or ring bearers, and someone to give you away. However, more women are shunning the old-fashioned sentiment of veils and giving away these days.


After the wedding ceremony comes the reception. This is when toasts will be made, and you will all eat and dance to celebrate your union. You may have a First Dance to a favorite song. The two of you may cut the wedding cake together and drink champagne too. At the end of the night, the bride traditionally throws her bouquet into the air. The woman to catch it is said to be next to marry. Have a beautiful wedding.


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