April 6

Rant or Rave: Taking His Last Name

To keep your last name, take his or hyphenate. That is the question. There are a lot of feelings and heated debate about the topic. For some, the husband-to-be has a strong opinion. For other couples, it’s a topic that is of little significance. Other brides-to-be have waited for the opportunity to show their love and devotion by adopting their husband’s name. What are you and your fiancee planning to do? Rant or rave!

Here’s a what a few of our Facebook fans had to say:

“i’m thinking about hyphenating my name because i’m my dads only child so there is no one to carry on the name ” -Shaundra

“Taking my husband’s last name. He stole my heart, so I’m stealing his last name :) ♥” -Jessica

“Keeping my last name. I love him dearly.. but I’m no one’s property. If he would hyphenate his name to..I would do it. To signify a unity. But I don’t see the why a woman should take a guys name…as if he owns her. Marriage is 50/50..so why don’t both people hyphenate to show the union ♥” -Misty

“Hyphenating…Not that I don’t love him enough to take his last name only, I just am very attached to mine.” -Brigitte

“Just to point out the obvious…You can keep your name as is legally and use your husbands as you please or vise versa…Speaking form someone that has been married once before opting to keep your name is so much easier but this is a personal decision so whatever floats your boat. As for me I am keeping my name he is more than welcome to take mine if he likes. :).” -Johanna

“How many men out there take the woman’s last name? Now there’s an idea!” -Kirsty

“If there is one thing my fiance has an opinion about, it’s taking his name. Although I like my name better than his, I am going to take his last name.” – Jessalyn

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One thought on “Rant or Rave: Taking His Last Name

  1. Shell

    I went double barrelled.

    After all, I’d kept my maiden name for 40 years so I wasn’t prepared to let it go just for a piece of paper :-)

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