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anonymous asked:

For the royals who have a civil ceremony before the actual "big" wedding- do the non-royal spouses (who are going to get titles) titled on the day of their bigger wedding? (Like if Prince Joe marries Julie in a civil ceremony and the next day they had a big royal wedding would she go into the wedding as Princess Julie because they're already technically married?)

Hey :) It will depend on the individual country’s laws but as soon as you are legally married you will take on the husband’s title so in some countries that can be part of the religious ceremony, for others you have to marry in a civil, legal ceremony and so that would be when you’d officially take on the title. 

Marrying my man…

Sitting on the sofa watching “Married at first site” and my god the English one tonight has got me hooked for the next one so before bed its time to watch the America version.

Planning a wedding with someone you have been with for over 4 years is hard enough but when you don’t know the person I don’t know how they feel.

I’m so glad I have been able to make a commitment to my lovely Mr Watts already and that’s all the way from the 14th January 2015. I knew that the day I met him I wouldn’t be able to live without him and I can’t wait to celebrate our day in 164 days.

We have had our disagreements and arguments over time but he is the only one that’s been able to help me destress in life, enjoy everyday it comes and make me laugh like no one else has ever been able to. No matter what happens in our life we have always been together and life was meant to bring us here. No matter what happens in life we love each other and our wedding day is going to be perfect.

I can’t wait to walk down the isle to him just ignoring everyone else and just wanting to be with him. We have made the traditonal desision to spend the night before the wedding apart so I’m with my parents in my home down and he will be with his father in our flat.

Our day is going to be full of stress and emotion but we have such an amazing wedding party to help us through the moments we are not with each other.

We are on full wedding planning mode now and I can’t wait for that moment when I’m in my dress and see him.

Anonymous submitted:

My ex and I parted amicably several years ago. We said we’d stay friends, but that hasn’t really materialised, just due to shifting interests. The most we do now is a phone call around the holidays - which I’ve started to dread because our conversations are so awkward with nothing in common. Now, she’s getting married and wants me to be her maid of honour.

All I would have to do would be give a speech, but as the RSVP deadline approaches, I’m nervous. There’s an age difference in the relationship that makes me uncomfortable, particularly because our relationship had the same age gap, and so did the two before me. I was too young at the time to think of it as a problem, but I do now.

I don’t want to break up the wedding or anything, but I do want to privately talk to our mutual friends about my concerns, so they’ll be able to give me support or advice as I deal with my extreme discomfort now and on the date. I’m extremely conflict avoidant and hate speaking ill of anyone. Saying pleasantries at the ceremony is something I can manage, but how can I face my friends now and not feel like a terrible person for voicing my concerns? I plan to quietly phase out of the friendship with my ex after the wedding, but I don’t want to spoil the big day, especially when she wants me there so badly. Any advice on how to bring up an awkward subject?

(I just noticed your age request - I’m wedding question asker, 26/F)

hey there, apologies for the delay in reply ): I hope this is still being answered in time for you <3

I have to ask though, why on earth does she want you to be her maid of honour? being an ex partner of her’s is fine, lots of people end a relationship and still remain friends. what I find odd though, is that you’re not actually friends anymore! ): like you’re not involved in each others lives now, you barely talk, things feel awkward, you don’t have anything in common, I really can’t fathom why she’s asked you to do this for her. 

I would definitely talk to mutual friends about this, all of your concerns and hesitance about this are completely valid. just send some of your friends a message, ask if you can talk about something worrying you and go from there, just be as honest as you can and say to them what you said here in this message. don’t think of all of this as being mean or speaking ill of someone? because you’re not doing any of this out of spite! but you have genuine concerns and discomfort over this, and you’re speaking up because of a desire to look after your own well-being.

I don’t think you’d be spoiling the big day if you say thanks but no thanks to the offer of being maid of honour? if you’re determined to do this for her though, then I think phasing out the friendship after the wedding is for the best too. take care, I hope it all works out alright for you lovely xxx

- tash