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You're finally married. And you no longer have to stress about planning a big fat wedding and behave like a bridezilla. You’ll be surprised at how different and exciting this new phase feels. And, as a new bride, you're probably going to be thinking many of these things! ;)
You’ve finally been able to take off all your heavy clothing and jewellery and can now relax in a lighter sari!
You're finally done with with all the mandatory smiling. And what a relief it is to not have the camera flash on your face every 10 seconds. But you have to still smile - that’s what a good bahu does.
Some people do actually hate putting on mehendi, and find it particularly annoying when wearing Western clothes.
Yes!! The honeymoon is the absolute best part.
You’re glad all the crazy, hectic festivities are finally over.
Well, even if she doesn’t, make some excuse and get out for a couple's massage. Your sore back deserves it.
The house is still buzzing with wedding guests. We’d advise against the sexy wedding-night négligée for a trip to the kitchen. ;)
Your mind is constantly ticking off stuff from a checklist! At home you could just walk around in your jammies, with your hair all over the place.
You might be deeply in love with your partner, but momentary lapses in conviction do happen! :D
Be clever. Pataao your saas. Find a super-awesome cook and assign yourself a “supervisory” role!
Not necessarily. But they’re wondering for sure. ;)
*Proceeds to do it again.* You're newlyweds, after all!
From the juicy details of your wedding night to your first day living as a Mrs, you need to share it all with your BFF - if only all your new family members would leave you alone for a minute!
Wow! How did all those months of planning fly by so fast? It feels so surreal to finally be part of a Mr-and-Mrs thing!