Feminist marriages can take as much planning as feminist weddings. Meg Keene, A Practical Wedding founder and author of the new "A Practical Wedding Planner" offers indispensable advice for newlywed transitions, egalitarian relationships and redefining what it means to be a wife.
This is part 2 of our conversation with A Practical Wedding founder and author Meg Keene. Listen to part 1 about feminist brides, the wedding industrial complex and reasonably planning the big (or small!) event here.
Meet Meg Keene:
Meg is founder and editor-in-chief of A Practical Wedding, which she launched in 2008. In 2011, she wrote the bestselling book A Practical Wedding: Creative Ideas for Planning a Beautiful, Affordable, and Meaningful Celebration. Its companion volume, A Practical Wedding Planner, hit bookshelves in January 2016.
Visit A Practical Wedding:
"APW is focused on creating a culture that supports laid-back, feminist weddings...In addition, [A Practical Wedding is] working to build a cultural conversation about what it means to be young(ish) and married right now, in this cultural moment."
It's your "Step-by-Step Guide to Creating the Wedding You Want with the Budget You've Got (without Losing Your Mind in the Process)."