Dress appropriately: Go for something classic and elegant, don’t overdress, or put on too much makeup.
Do your homework: Ask your fiancé about his parent’s likes and dislikes, so you can either do them or avoid them.
Bring a gift: If you’re visiting them at their house for the first time it is only polite for you to bring something with you. You can even take you fiancé shopping to ask him about his opinion; after all he knows them best. Make sure you don’t pick something too expensive or fancy, as you want something that is simple and thoughtful.
“What did you mean by your latest update? Were you referring to me?”
“Why do you still have your status on Facebook as single?”
“Why did you accept his friend request?”
These, and many more, are argument-starting statements that can get you and your other half into fight mode!
Research supports that many relationships, and even marriages, were broken due to the social media giant Facebook! But how do you avoid such arguments in your relationship?
There should be common courtesy, respect, as well as etiquette when using Facebook as it can be a double-edged sword.
Websites are not just corporate tools anymore. Many individuals, families and friends create their own websites for different personal and social reasons. A trend that has been picking up in Europe and the United States recently, but not so much in the Arab world yet, is for engaged couples to create their own wedding website.
The beauty of having your own website if you are already engaged, lies in its simplicity and benefits. You don’t have to be a tech expert or a computer geek to create your own website. Many online tools are available to help you do that. And the best part? You don’t need to go any further than Arabia Weddings. It’s all here on this website.