Losing a loved one can create a lot of challenges for any person. You may not be sure of what to do or how to recover from this extraordinary loss. However, it may be entirely up to you to plan the funeral service. Knowing what you'll need to do to help ease the burden of this process is vital.
1. Consult with the funeral director
The first thing on your agenda should be to meet directly with the funeral home director.
The day you go dress shopping is one of the most important days of the wedding planning process. It will be the time when you find the perfect dress for your special day. Unfortunately, shopping can also be stressful, especially if your mother, mother-in-law, and other assorted relatives want to join you. You may need to prepare yourself mentally for the onslaught of comments you will receive about your dress choices.
When you unexpectedly became pregnant, it likely took a lot of tough soul-searching and contemplation before you finally decided that it would be in your baby's best interest to place it for adoption. It takes a very selfless person to put a child's best interest before their own, and you likely know you are making the best decision. If you know who the father of your child is, then you may be contemplating not telling him for fear that he will try to make you keep the baby.