Are you engaged and not quite sure what to expect once the wedding is over? Or maybe you’re a newlywed and curious about what this next year will look like? We thought it would be helpful to sit down with some of our past brides and ask them about being a newlywed! We caught up with some of our Emma & Grace brides and asked them one simple question: “What’s the biggest thing you learned during your first year of marriage?” We hope you enjoy reading what they had to say!
Communication is Everything.
"I would say the biggest thing we’ve learned in our first year of marriage is to speak the other’s language. Communication is everything and we spend a lot of our time learning how to best love, communicate, and comfort each other in ways that each other understand, even if it’s not the way we would normally do or say something. Marriage is awesome and so refining!" -Haley
You Married Him Because....
I Can't Wait to Sit Shotgun.
"The biggest thing that I've learned during my first year of marriage is to compromise and to always voice how I'm feeling - my husband cannot and will never be able to read my mind. I've also learned that no matter how many times I rearrange the dishwasher, he still doesn't understand that there is a right way and wrong way to load it." -Katie