It’s tradition to purchase or make a present for both the bride’s parents and the groom’s parents at the time of the wedding. This is done to thank them for all the work they may have contributed to the wedding ... read more
Whether you just started dating or have been in a relationship for months, meeting your boyfriend’s or girlfriend’s parents for the first time can seem like an extremely daunting task. After all, what happens if they don’t like you? Thoughts ... read more
So you’ve found the man or woman of your dreams and you’re getting married! Congratulations! Now you and your soon-to-be-spouse can ride off alone into the sunset and live happily ever after…except that’s not exactly how it works, is it? ... read more
Wedding planning should be a fun and exciting process for you and your partner, but it can sometimes get complicated when other family members are involved. Since your parents, siblings, and other relatives love you very much, it can sometimes ... read more
Often, both brides and grooms face new in-law relationships with a bit of worry. While mother-in-law relationships are often forged in the wedding planning process, it can take more effort to draw out a new father-in-law. Both brides and grooms, ... read more
When you say yes to a marriage proposal you not only gain a spouse, but also an entire new family with its own set of quirks and traditions. While figuring out how to fit in with your new in-laws is ... read more
Your mom is such an important part of your wedding planning process. If you want to show her your appreciation while still ticking everything off the to-do list, here are a few great options. And even if you and your ... read more
Knock, knock. Who’s there? It’s your in-laws. Whether you enjoy or dislike family company, there will come a time when they will come to visit. Here are some quick tips to clean and prepare your home for VIP guests. We ... read more
If you’ve recently gotten engaged, it’s likely you know everything about your future spouse: favorite foods, embarrassing stories, and all the in-betweens. But what do you really know about the family? Many couples decide to make family introductions right after ... read more
You’ve met their parents, and maybe you’ve even spent a fair amount of time with them. Because you want to like your potential new family so much, it can be frustrating to realize that something about their personalities really bothers ... read more
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