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Removing the Veil: On Marriage For A Newlywed Wife

I’m so excited about being a part of the Ultimate Blog Challenge for the month of October. It’s my first. I’m excited and nervous too….Eek!

So you are in luck with this challenge I’m going to spill the beans on the hush, hush, kept secrets that most brides and newlywed wives find out the hard way as they walk down the aisle into their marriage.

I’m calling the series for the month “Removing the Veil”. No more silently hiding behind the wedding veil on how you are feeling…


Added by Jennifer Slack on October 4, 2014 at 2:05pm — No Comments

Why Boundaries are important to establish before Wedding Planning begins.

When boundaries are not set in the beginning, during the engagement stage, it causes a domino effect on what will transpire during the wedding planning.

Boundaries are needed during wedding planning

Over the years of planning weddings I heard so many parents, friends and wedding party members argue over what should be done for someone else’s wedding.

It would just floor me. It’s…


Added by Jennifer Slack on July 7, 2013 at 11:03am — No Comments

3 Stages that Occur From the Popping the Big Question to standing at the Altar

Popping the Question? My next steps are what?

3 stages that occur from the time the ring slips on the finger to the moment you are at the altar.

  • Stage 1: Engagement
  • Stage 2: Wedding Planning
  • Stage 3: The Marriage

Make sense, right? You have…


Added by Jennifer Slack on July 1, 2013 at 3:36pm — No Comments

Feeling those Marriage Vows is Key!

Your vows are what you say to take a solemn pledge. A solemn promise to perform an act, carry out an activity or behave in a given way. Your vows should be eminent of just that. What you FEEL, SAY and BE throughout your marriage.

It’s a bond between two people. You have the power to make your vows what you want. They should be words that you…


Added by Jennifer Slack on June 4, 2013 at 12:35pm — No Comments

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