A Feminist Marriage


Meg Keene, A Practical Wedding

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."

Read A Practical Wedding Planner:

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)."

Yes, please!

"A Practical Wedding Planner" by Meg Keene
"A Practical Wedding Planner" by Meg Keene