One of the most exciting time of your life is finding the love of your life and deciding to become engaged to be married. Hopefully your commitment to one another is solidified by a good relationship with both sides of the family during the engagement period.
As two people strive to become one unit, a team, a couple they are publicly taking the vows to be together through sickness, through health, until death do you part as the vows are typically taken.
How serious you take those vows and all of the other preparation steps should include meeting the prospective families as well. Most families will be present at the Wedding, if possible. There are situations that may prevent that and there are potential problems can arise.
What Steps Can You Take To Avoid These Pitfalls, Difficult Situations And Conflict?
First and foremost, respect for everyone involved should ideally be given from every member of the family. Particularly if the family has been divided by divorce or other situations that have wreaked havoc on the lives of the families.
Children, even adult children should feel the love of both parents and recognize that they are more important to their parents than the reasons for the divorce. That is hard to do but it has to be done.
Cooperating is essential. Putting personal feeling aside as much as you can and proceeding with as much kindness as possible will help you muddle through the difficult and sensitive times.
This is YOUR day. You make the final choices where to have your Wedding, when to have it, whom to invite, and the other decisions. With patience and fairness as your guide all should flow smoothly. Thank you for choosing The Celebration Hall.The best way to reach us is via email, with most questions responded to in about a day. Feel free to give us a call as well!