1. You can’t help but giggle like a schoolgirl when you say “my husband” for the first few times. Still weird.
2. You look over your shoulder when someone uses your married name thinking they’re talking to someone else, before you realise it’s you.
3. You spend heaps of time practising your new signature. Hey, it’s important!
4. You constantly refresh Facebook in the hope that someone has posted new pictures of your wedding.
5. You exercise a remarkable amount of self control not to hound the photographer every 5 minutes to know when the pics will be ready.
THE THINGS THAT DO CHANGE WHEN YOU GET MARRIED
6. You (occasionally) cry a little bit when you realise you’ll never be a bride again.
7. You (often) cry when you think about the emotional bits of the day, like your dad walking you down the aisle.
8. You pack on the PDA with the new husband just because it feels like you’re actually in the honeymoon phase.
9. The first time you receive a letter addressed to Mrs. you feel a little giddy.
10. Changing your name on Facebook feels like a monuments step.
#NEWLYWEDPROBLEMS EVERY BRIDE CAN RELATE TO
11. But you can’t be bothered with all the admin to legally change it. You contemplate paying someone to do it for you. If it’s possible.
12. You start signing cards and letters as a family.
13. You’ve become an expert at dodging the kid question, and you refrain from using the words “I have good news” too often as people automatically jump to that conclusion.
14. You do sort of miss wedding planning, and in hindsight, you swear it wasn’t that stressful.
15. You even laugh about the things that went wrong, even though you could’ve cried at the time.
SIGNS HE WILL MAKE A GREAT HUSBAND
16. You feel a bit jealous of friends who are planning their own wedding, because you wish it was your turn all over again.
17. You actually contemplate reviewing your vows, Heidi Klum and Seal style.
18. You feel like a wise old man giving advice to fellow brides-to-be. Been there, done that.
19. You feel older. You can’t help it, there’s something about saying you’re a Mrs…