I am a wedding planner, do you think marriage is that important?
I still think that even in today's fast-paced and career-driven society, marriage still remains very important because it is what will drive a family to be together.
Although a lot of couple can claim that they can stay together and act like married couples do, it is not the same as making your solemn vows in front of God that you will both cherish each other til death do you part.
I for one am not married yet but I still feel that it is something that I would want to have in the not-so-distant future.
In my opinion "No". Though marriage means commitment and stuff.
Its not at all important to get married. There are many people who are very much happier than the once who are married.
I'm on wife #2. I don't like it haha.
I like the idea of it however.
I think marriage is a traditional and important as to start a family institution; but in order to have a happy marriage, there should be love and commitment. As far as concern, a marriage is far way better and sound good in building a wonderful family rather than live together without any bond, or even they have kids; it sounds not that pretty.
by Kobus Hughes 7 years ago
How do you plan a wedding from scratch?I am getting married in may and need to know where to start planning the wedding with my fiance. Our date was moved up by 3 months so we only have 4 months left to plan. lol
by Akarime31 20 months ago
Do you think that marriage is really necessary?My parents got married because "it was the right thing to do" not because they were in love with each other. Now after a nasty deparation and 27 agonizing years, they are finally happy.
by Jordan Sue Allen 6 years ago
Would you still use a Wedding Planner today even though there's plenty of DIY references online?
by India Arnold 7 years ago
Why should a bride hire a wedding planner expert?
by alwaysabridesmaid 7 years ago
Wedding planners? to use or not to use?
by Tina Boomerina 3 years ago
Why don't people in their 20s and 30s get married anymore?In the 70s, when I was in my twenties, men and women got married and, usually, wanted to have families. What has happened to change that?
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