Great Questions for Date Night....
Wedding planning breaks are so important for your mental health! Take one day this week to focus on what matters most, your relationship!
Kickoff date night with these questions:
If you could wake up tomorrow having gained any one quality or ability, what would it be?
Alternate sharing something you consider a positive characteristic of your partner. Share a total of five items
Is there something that you’ve dreamed of doing for a long time? Why haven’t you done it?
What is the greatest accomplishment of your life?
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We hear you loud and clear, but the other boss voice reminds you that your time is just as valuable as your money; when will you actually have more of the time that you already don't have?
How many hours are you scouring the internet to find the perfect whatchmacallit that goes on that thing to only find yourself in a rabbit hole and feeling like you should have just eloped already?
Breathe ... you've got us to help you make the right wedding money moves!
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Yes, now. Especially before your family and friends are looking at you sideways saying "bless her/his/their heart(s)."
Engaged, Now What?
When you get #engaged and people begin asking you when you are getting married, the best response (other than mind your business) is “my fiance and I are enjoying our engagement at the moment, but will let you know the details regarding our wedding date when you receive your "Save the Date” (if they are invited).
Enjoy the engagement process, after all, you’ll only be a fiance for a short period of time!
There are 3 things that I advise clients to consider as they embark on their journey to marriage:
3. Pastor Availability
Keep it simple and start with the basics, they will be what help carry you through the rest of the decisions that you will have to make.