100+ Things I Wish I Would Have Known Before I Got Married

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  1. What to Do If Your Partner Doesn't Want to Get Married
  2. 1. Love Comes in Two Stages
  3. Things I Wish I'd Known Before We Got Married
  4. 100+ Things You Need to Know Before You Start Your Business

What to Do If Your Partner Doesn't Want to Get Married

However, the early Christian church was a trailblazer in arguing that marriage was not contingent on producing offspring. Marriages in the west were originally contracts between two families.

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The church had very little to do with them and the state stayed out of it. However, in the last century, the state has a greater role in marriage, with marriage licences now being required. Same sex marriage was not allowed years ago.


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Same sex couples were extremely rare and would have been frowned upon. It was believed that these people had an illness and could be cured by treatment or religion. Same sex couples have slowly become more common and accepted, with same sex marriages recently becoming legal in Ireland and many other countries and states.

1. Love Comes in Two Stages

These lists were later compiled into one master guest list. Now: The bride and groom have final say over the guest list. As these couples usually have to pay for their own weddings, they can only allow for numbers they can afford. Then: The bride went with the groom when he bought the wedding ring — the rationale was that the ring would stay on her finger for life, so she should choose what suits her. Now: Rings are even more of a status symbol today — they are representative of the personality and tastes of the bride, and are deeply personal.

The bridesmaids dressed exactly alike in colour, with the maid of honour exactly the same but in reverse colours. Every item of clothing worn by the bridesmaids or flower girls was paid for by the wearers. Now: Choosing and styling the wedding party is still a deeply personal decision. Most bridesmaids dress in similar or identical styles and colours, with the maid of honour wearing a noticeably different outfit. My dress was an heirloom. Yes, I chose my own wedding ring. I only had two bridesmaids. They sported a light pink pleated dress with a high neckline.

Things I Wish I'd Known Before We Got Married

They each had a little satin belt at the waist. I come from a big family and I am one of the youngest so all my older brothers and sisters insisted they bring their children along. I also brought my close friends and the odd neighbour from Ballyheigue. My parents paid for most of the wedding. It was mainly Pat and I who made it. Did cost encourage you to stick to a more traditional service instead of bringing in your own new ideas?

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Was the venue your home parish or was it somewhere else due to other reasons? This was ideal because my lots of my family had always wanted to go to Knock but it was a big trek from Kerry back in those days.

This gave them an excuse to travel up. We were never exposed to it that much. It still would have definitely been frowned upon by my parents. My father walked me down the aisle. Remember that although the grass might look greener, you made a promise to your partner and you need to keep it.

Well, sometimes you end up falling into a rut. If your partner feels strongly about something then you should listen to them, instead of just waiting to tell them why they are wrong, you might be surprised by what you actually hear if you do! They need to become everything to you. They should be your family, your partner and your best friend. In the early days of your relationship you will have spent those nights where you tell your partner everything about yourself. You tell them the good stuff and all the bad stuff, so that they can decide whether or not they truly want to be with you.

If your marriage hits the rocks then remember your partner knows everything about you and there is every potential that they might use that against you. If you treat your partner right then you should always feel supported in your marriage. You got married for a reason and that reason was love. Sometimes life can take its toll on you and you just want to give up and climb back under your duvet. If you know you have problems then work to fix them. Before you get married you have a choice with every big argument you share. You can stay and fight for your relationship, or you can walk away and never see them again.

This choice however is removed when you are married. This is a great thing though because sometimes in a marriage you feel like you do want to walk away.