You found the love of your life, your soul mate, the one person that you wish to spend the rest of your life with, the one that you'll die for, your other half and you get the point.
Since you've found this special person, you can't wait to get married to him or her.
You must be making wedding preparations by now and making sure that, come the day of the wedding, everything will be perfect.
This might actually be the case, for the wedding day itself, that is.
However, years and even months down the line, how do you know for sure that you haven't just made the biggest mistake of your life with this marriage decision?
How would you know that you won't soon be embroiled in a bitter battle for divorce or annulment for one reason or another?
To try and prevent this, it's best not to rush into marriage.
It may be fun to plan your dream wedding, but it's in your best interest to really think things through before tying the knot with your would-be spouse because marriage is a very serious commitment.
Marriage is supposed to be for life.
In essence, you are making plans to spend the rest of your existence with another person therefore not thinking about such a big change in your life just isn't the way to be off to a good start.