When Are You Ready to Get Married?

July 25, 2019 by alvinmolina303


When Are You Ready to Have A Wedding in Las Vegas?

A wedding in Las Vegas may be in your cards if you’ve reached the right moment in life. No matter what the age of consent to marriage is in your state, there is truly no ideal age to be married. Additionally, there is no proper “age gap” for a couple to follow in a relationship.

A good rule of thumb to follow that will help you maintain a mature, successful wedding in Las Vegas is to make sure that you and your partner are in the same stage of your lives, even if you aren’t the same age. For instance, an 11-year-old and a 17-year-old should not date for obvious reasons.  However, it may be perfectly healthy for a 47-year-old and a 53-year-old to have a relationship.

With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of factors for you to consider if you’re thinking about marriage.  We hope this will help you come to the best conclusion for you and all your loved ones.

Personal Goals for the Marriage

A marriage can mean very different things to different people. For some people who don’t want to get to married until their thirties, they want the marriage to really cement their secure, responsible adult lives. Even if a younger couple does not have that same financial security, it is perfectly valid for them to marry.

For instance, if one of the two is going to be deployed in some military service, it makes sense. Marriages are personal milestones, and it is important to remember that before judging other people – particularly, if you are trying to understand your own partner’s point of view.

Finances and Career

That young couple we mentioned earlier will probably not be able to afford a particularly lavish ceremony and reception.  There’s nothing wrong with that. The couple in their thirties, who are a bit more established, probably have a bit more financial leeway with their ceremony. It ultimately doesn’t matter how fancy the ceremony is, but it is important to take into account your financial situation before you marry, especially if you are currently struggling.

As long as you have a solid plan for security and advancement, not being rich shouldn’t stop anyone from celebrating true love! Even if the two of you are just beginning your search for “real-world” work, you’re in it together.


A marriage proposal can be something of a fun surprise!  However, we highly recommend having an open and serious conversation about having kids together. It is a huge commitment to raise children, not just financially but also emotionally.

It’s important to wait until you are truly ready, even if that isn’t for some years after you two tie the knot. Luckily, there are always puppies!

Your Relationship

Nobody is perfect and sometimes simple things need to be stated.  Before marriage, you should ask yourself whether you are truly in love with your partner and you see your relationship lasting in the long run. Falling in love is easy, and any fool can say “I do” and sign a piece of paper at a wedding in Las Vegas.

However, relationships take compromise, patience, selflessness, and thoughtfulness. Once a relationship is legal those responsibilities carry even more weight.

Your Home

If you and your partner live together before marriage, you may want to think about what would happen after marriage. What if you become long-distance shortly afterward? While we often have a vision in our heads that the ideal relationship involves living together, that isn’t always the case.  There’s nothing wrong with spending some time apart.

The most important thing to keep in mind during the discussion of marriage is that you and your partner are always open and honest. A wedding in Las Vegas should be joyful and as stress-free as possible. You two are a team and will support and care for each other. Don’t be afraid to ask tough questions and take as much time as you need to feel ready. It’s hard to balance taking a risk in favor of love without making rash decisions, but it can be done!

Are you ready to have your wedding in Las Vegas?

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