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First Comes Marriage, Then Comes the Honeymoon, Then Comes…

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: October 6, 2015 | Categories: Infographs, Marriage, Relationships
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You’ve planned for months, maybe even years for that special day when you and your love becomes Mr. and Mrs. It’s one of the biggest and most important days of your life.

Followed by a romantic honeymoon. Whether it’s for a week or a weekend, somewhere exotic or just a short car drive away, it’s a special getaway for just the two of you to celebrate the biggest day of your lives.

After you said, “I do” and enjoyed the honeymoon, then what?

Then you get to enjoy the rest of your lives together as husband and wife. It’s not always easy, but it can be fun, enriching, and fulfilling in so many ways. But right after the wedding and honeymoon are some things that will help you get a good start to your new lives together.

This Shutterfly infographic is a great checklist for newlyweds, from the important and necessary things like changing your name on important documents and looking at new insurance policies to the fun stuff like creating wedding photo books and DVDs:

Shutterfly Wedding Checklist Infographic

This infographic is provided to you by Shutterfly, the leading online provider of photo books, cards and home decor.


20 Responses to First Comes Marriage, Then Comes the Honeymoon, Then Comes…

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    My husband is an ace at retirement planning. He’s an accountant, so he’s got it all figured out. I hope 😉

  2. We have a retirement plan in place, but I feel like we can always do more to improve it. Thanks for sharing this.

  3. It’s so important to keep retirement in your mind. You may be doing well now, but what happens after you retire, and you’re not working?

  4. Pam says:

    There is so much to do after getting married. This infographic makes it easy to see what all needs to be done.

  5. Shell says:

    There’s so much to do after a wedding. Makes you want to stay on the honeymoon forever!

  6. Marcie W. says:

    This infographic is filled with great reminders, which I’m sure are especially needed after the stressful days of wedding planning are finally finished.

  7. These are some great ideas – I like the idea to discuss goals. We have been married almost 15 years and it is neat to see how many goals we have reached because we set out for them.

  8. Liz Mays says:

    These are definitely good ideas. After all the excitement it’s hard to know what comes next.

  9. Kecia says:

    Everyone plans for the wedding and honeymoon, but this is such a nice reminder of what to do once you come back to real life. There are many things you should do sooner rather than later!

  10. Stefany says:

    I can’t tell you how much help this would have been to me when I got married. This is such fantastic information for newlyweds to have!

  11. Chasing Joy says:

    This is a great info graph. A friend of mine just got married and could use this.

  12. Ora Lee Gurr says:

    The hard part is remembering to keep current. I saw some ideas in here I’ve completely overlooked over the past few years. Not only is this great for newlyweds, it’s good for the experiencedweds, as well.

  13. Oh my….it’s true there are so many details to address when getting married. Great infographic!

  14. Crystal says:

    It’s so fun being able to start your new life together. But there’s a lot to do! It’s good to have a guide like this one.

  15. Kristi says:

    Some really great information. Always good reminders. I hope we have everything planned out for the retirement stage… but I know it will never be enough. Every penny counts though.

  16. Debbie Denny says:

    So true! There seems to be so many things to do after marriage. A little planning does go a long way.

  17. Christie says:

    Ok where was this infographic when I got married? We definitely had a lot to talk out when we got married

  18. Rachelle says:

    Man I wish I had this list when I was a newlywed! It took me forever to change my name lol!

  19. maria s. says:

    I love that this infographic simplifies so many of the important things. Planning a wedding can be stressful all by itself, this makes some of the after part a little easier.

  20. This is such a good infographic! I love it! Thanks for sharing.