The holidays are a magical time for engaged couples. You and your fiancé will be the center of attention. You’ll receive gifts, toasts, and good wishes. You’ll have parties thrown for you. You’ll be asked all about your wedding. You’ll feel more in love with your fiancé than you have since he popped the question.
Even better yet: you’ll find yourselves envisioning holidays in years to come, imagining new traditions you’ll start and the children that you’ll share them with.
Don't be surprised, though, by "blue" Christmas moments.
Where are you spending Thanksgiving this year? With your family, or with your fiance's?
In this 2-minute video, I offer up 5 tips that will set you both up for a Happy Thanksgiving.
From clarifying expectations and respecting family cultures to taking time for yourself, individually and as a couple, these 5 tips will set you up for a successful day, whether it's his family's turkey or yours.
You may want to share the video with your fiance, so he can set himself up for success with your family, too.
Forward to your best girlfriends. Married women who've seen this video have told me, "I wish I had this information at the beginning of my marriage!"
Do you have any advice or tips you want to share with other brides? Please comment below.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
Don't be surprised by the "blue" Christmas moments. Here's why
Being an engaged couple during the holiday season