Marriage is a lifetime commitment that’s why you should not rush into this, but instead take your time and make sure that you’re ready and that you really found the ONE. The big question is, how can you tell if you are ready to tie the knot? There are signs that would tell you about this.
One of these signs is that instead of looking forward to a wedding, you are thinking about your married life. While your wedding could be one of the most memorable moments of your life, the days after that are the most important as these are the days that you live your life with your spouse. It’s not a bed of roses so if you see yourself being with that person through the toughest times and darkest of your days, you are probably ready to get hitched.
Another sign is that you have utmost trust at your partner and you know her well, including her flaws, and still accept her for who she is. If you fix problems together, that’s another sign that you are ready to put a ring on her finger. Of course, you should be financially stable to provide for your spouse and future kids.
Once you asked her to marry you, next would be the wedding planning. The place where you would exchange your vows is one of the things to take into consideration. There are destinations that are grand, but are also expensive. If you are feeling this wedding vibe, be prepared to spend a fortune too.
We prepared an infographic that lists the costliest places to say “I Do” in America. This would help you determine if one of these places would fall under your budget or if you need to find another alternative.
See the gorgeous illustration below: