Staying In Touch With Friends And Family

“I hereby declare you husband and wife. You may kiss the bride.”

These are the very special words every woman is excited to hear, as this marks the most special day of her life, that is her wedding day.

The important difference between a wedding and marriage is that the wedding is a ceremony, while marriage is a lifelong relationship of love and commitment that lies ahead of the wedding day.

The wedding bells, champagnes, claps, followed by a frolicking honeymoon are all part of the package to start one’s life on the right footings.

If you are a to-be bride, about to tie the knot, then you must know a few important things about life beyond the honeymoon period.

You are about to enter a life that will affect your relationship with your family, friends and the loved ones as after marriage you will have new responsibilities and people to deal with who will engage the majority of your time.

The first thing that will change after marriage is the time you spend with your family.

Your family should always stay a priority in your life as they were before your marriage, as they were the people closest to you, who would have stood for you whenever you were in a time of need.

After marriage, you will be responsible for a family of your own, who will be looking up to you for things to be done.

As such you will have a routine completely engaged in your personal objectives and responsibilities, with scarce time to even talk to your family.

Your friends who you could have to hang out with whenever you wanted to will start appearing a little distant because of the tight schedule that you now have to keep.

Despite your challenges, it is very important to stay in touch with the people who matter the most to you in life and always stood for you when you needed them the most.

As the one thing that you might regret at a later part of life would be not staying in touch with the people who made your time so special.

How to stay in touch with friends and family after marriage? Well it is not that difficult if you can organize your schedule a little, here are a few tips that can help you to stay in touch:

Create Social Media Groups

Create a chat group with your friends and family so you can stay in with all the updates and happenings in those circles.

Also, try to send your condolences and congratulations on special occasions of your loved ones so you stay connected.

Drop A Message

Every now and then drop a message to your parents or friends and ask them what they are up to, it will only take a minute but will keep you in touch with them.

Pay a Visit

Schedule your week in a way to meet-up with your friends and family once a few weeks, the social gatherings wills fresh you up as it always does meeting up the old friends and sharing hilarious moments.

We wish you a wonderful married life ahead of you full of joy, family, and friends.