One of the observations I have having pastored for 15 years; and marrying and counseling many couples is that far tooww often more attention is given to the wedding than to the actual marriage. As a result of this faulty and myopic thinking there are so many married couples experiencing the defeat of divorce because they planned for an event rather than planning for a lifetime. I have attached a resource for those of you who don’t want to be another marriage statistic. It’s called “276 Questions to Ask Before You Get Married.” I don’t know where I found this or who wrote this. I’ve had it for years and it has helped some folks to probe themselves and their relationship on a much deeper level so that they avoid the pain of getting married too soon or to the wrong one.
I hope this helps.