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Every Couple Must Do These Things After The Wedding!

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Amneet Kaur
Pure Punjabi blood, with a sarcastic Indian within me, brings the 'Khurki’ in me alive...No pun intended!

After all the crazy time, fun and festivities you got now lots of things to do apart from thinking about your Big Day. You will surely want to ride that post-wedding high for as long as possible. So the best way to make it memorable is to give back the wedding favours to all your friends and family before it gets too late. Here are a few “after the wedding” items you may want to add to your timeline from the start:

Send Thank You Notes

All the friends and family traveled to be with you on your Big DAY & for all the gifts received at the wedding, a thank you note is a sweet way to honour your guest.

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Have your dress cleaned and preserved

Preserve your wedding dress in case you would like to pass it to your daughter. You’ve probably looked at hundreds of different wedding dresses so you don’t want all of that time to go to waste. You found the perfect dress so it’s important that you keep it! Whether that be for a keepsake or to pass down to another family member, you should definitely consider getting it cleaned.

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Go through your wedding album & video

Schedule a weekend date with your spouse to choose your favourite photos and order your album. Don’t forget about something you already paid for in advance. The best memories that will stay forever with you.

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Review your vendors

Your wedding vendors worked tirelessly to make your Big Day special and magical so return the favour by posting a great review. This is one great way to express your gratitude and help your vendors grow their business.

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Shop things for your new home

So now that you have started your new life, you got so many responsibilities. The most important is to make your home the dream place. After you’ve managed to find the perfect place to move to, perhaps with the help of real estate website like https://bretwallace.com/harvest-green-subdivision-spotlight, then the next step is making it your own home. Choose the right tools, colours and furniture to decorate your home and make it overwhelming. Whilst this is an exciting process for newlyweds or people who have just bought their first home, there are other things that you may need to think about too (which may be less fun). Things like homeowners insurance and home warranty plans, that can be found at places like First American Home Warranty to help cover your appliances when they break and/or need replacing could be essential to your life in your new home. You may not need them, but if something were to happen, you have that safety net of knowing that you have the relevant protection to back you up should you need it. Once this has been done, you have the freedom of decorating your house how you choose or, if what’s there just isn’t your taste at all, then getting someone like Thomas Buckborough & Associates in to strip the room and remodel it to fit perfectly with you and your taste.

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Return items you bought for wedding but didn’t use

Leftover stuff which is unused and unopened after your wedding should be returned.

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Do something with all your wedding decor

There are a lot of little things that were brought together to make your big day look possible. But after you have tied the knot, what are you supposed to do with them? Do yourself a favour and give them a new home.

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Legally change your name

Most of us change our name on Facebook and other social networking sites to make it official. More important is to make it legal.

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