He proposed, you said YES and the ring looks beautiful on your hand and now you cannot stop thinking about your dream wedding. But amidst all this, some people around you will ask you the same kind of questions again and again! If you are engaged, then you will already know these things every engaged girl is tired of hearing… And if you are yet to be engaged, then brace yourselves ladies!
It is understandable that everyone around you wants to know how your guy proposed but by the 20th time you are just tired of telling the same story again and again!
Honestly, this is nobody’s business but it is THE first thing people ask every engaged girl! Though it might not matter to you but aunties and distant family members are really bothered about this. Avoid being rude to them and the next time you are asked this question tell them that you don’t know about the carats but just love how sparkly and beautiful it is!
Of course… NOT!
This one just makes you go ‘It’s not even been 24 hours since he proposed! Can I first just enjoy being engaged please?’
You and your fiancé might be celebrating your engagement but aunties around you will start staring at you while you are eating and question you on when you plan to start dieting for your wedding! Arrrgh!
Suddenly everyone around you has become a wedding planner and knows a great decorator/ caterer/ photographer/ choreographer. Without you even asking them for help or suggestions, they are ready with their list of recommendations for you.
Of course, I am and if I wasn’t would I have said yes? *Eyeroll*
Calm. Stay calm. Keep your cool. Breathe.
I know life changes post wedding but even though you and your fiancé haven’t discussed this topic, others are curious enough to know your plans already!
Some people never understand that a relationship is between two people and they are the ones who should decide when it is the right time to get married. Ignore these slightly sarcastic comments, ladies. Enjoy your moment!
Don’t drink in front of his family. Don’t forget the ‘namaste’ and ‘pai lagu’ and don’t stop smiling; you are the bride to be and the ‘bahu’ of the family now! *Smirk*