Be sure to take his last name as a wife
Long gone are the days when tradition required the bride to take her groom’s name after the wedding. Nowadays, it’s all a matter of choice – but why would you want to take his last name once you get married? We have gathered some of the most commonly-encountered reasons to do this – so read on if you’re curious to find out more.
- It will create a really strong bond between the two of you. The fact that you share the same name is not just “paperwork” – it goes deeper and more symbolical than that. You are now one family, and sharing the same name speaks about this to the society. Of course, it is perfectly fine if you don’t want to share the husband’s name too – but if you want to keep it old-school, this is one of the best ways to achieve that unbreakable connection.
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- If you don’t like your name or if he has a prestigious name changing it after marriage would be a very good choice from an aesthetic point of view too (especially if you want to pursue a career in the public eye). A post-wedding name change tends to be much easier to handle than an actual name change, so this could be a good opportunity for you from a career-related point of view too.
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- It’s really easier for the kids. While a name doesn’t make you more of a family, it’s easier to explain to children that you share their father’s name, rather than explaining why you don’t share it. Surely, you can raise your children knowing you don’t share your husband’s name – but the truth is that it’s easier to go along with the tradition.
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