You don’t have to work now, if you don’t want to, right?
Are you going to have a joint account?
Now that you’re married, say goodbye to your sex life.
Are you going to call his/her mother “mom”?
Trust me bro, you’re going to miss being single.
Will your husband let you hang out with your guy friends?
Do you think she’ll let you hang out with your friends like before?
Now there’s no need to stay on a strict diet.
How come you didn’t invite your cousin?
So son, how’s the old ball and chain?
Hey, welcome to the club! Now, we’re all miserable together
Please hyphenate. Don’t change your name entirely.
I know you’re busy, but can you help me with something?
I always thought you’d end up with that girl you were dating in college.
Are you going to keep working?
There’s no need to dress up or impress him anymore. He’s yours now.
What a beautiful wedding! It must’ve cost you a fortune.
He’ll make a great first husband!
I never took you as someone who’ll ever settle down.
It’s not too late to change your mind. If you want, just give me a signal.
So … tonight’s a big night, huh?
You do realize that you have less than 50% chance of making this marriage work.
Reading such remarks can be funny at times. However, when they are being said to you, at your wedding, it can definitely be hurtful. What action you take afterward is completely in your hands. But do remember to tread softly as you don’t want to seem defensive and ruin relationships with your family and/or friends.