Should You Change Your Last Name?

Should you change your last name after you get married?


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Deciding whether or not you want to change your last name after you get married can be tough. You might feel really conflicted about it and end up feeling more confused after your wedding (I know I did). Or you might have no reservations about it at all and are ready to jump in and start the process. No matter which side of the name change issue you side with, on this episode of The Woman Getting Married Podcast we go through the pros and cons of each, and also hear from real brides who share why they decided one way or another. Ready to change your last name? We walk through the step-by-step process of what you’ll need to make it happen, and also what services are available to make your experience as easy as possible.

Other fun topics Cory and I dig into this week are….

  • Tips from the pros on how to hire the best wedding band
  • How to beat the heat at a spring or summer wedding (and make sure guests–and you–are comfortable)
  • A sister is super hurt that her brother eloped and didn’t invite her. Is she right?

Plus, a new round of wedding hashtag helper is here (hooray!) and we’ve got some fun options for our couples who wrote in. If you want to see the full list be sure to check out our wedding hashtag article here, which we update each and every week with our new wedding hashtags.

 

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