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Short or Long Married Name?

Lynnie, on April 16, 2019 at 11:34 AM Posted in Married Life 0 227
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If you're changing your name after your wedding - will your new name be shorter or longer?


Short or Long Married Name? 1Photo by Kristen Weaver Photography in Oviedo, FL



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227 Comments

  • Dita
    Expert August 2019
    Dita
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    Shorter! By 1 whole letter lol
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  • Kristin
    Super November 2019
    Kristin
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    Shorter, thank goodness! but only by 3 letters. It is way easier to pronounce though Smiley smile

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  • Future Mrs. K
    VIP June 2019
    Future Mrs. K
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    Longer by just one letter!

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  • Kristen
    VIP April 2020
    Kristen Online
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    Shorter by 6 letters 馃槏 so excited for that haha
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  • Myrandafaye
    Savvy February 2020
    Myrandafaye
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    Shorter by 1 letter lol! But I'll be going from Herrmann to Gilbert, so I wont have to correct everyone on how to actually spell my last name anymore
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  • Mrs. H
    Master September 2019
    Mrs. H
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    Same length as before - 7 letters


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  • Victoria
    Super May 2019
    Victoria
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    Longer by 3 letters lol.
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  • Alicia
    VIP August 2019
    Alicia
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    Long if we decide to hyphenate!

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  • Cristy
    Rockstar May 2020
    Cristy
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    Shorter! Yay!! I'm going from a long, hard to pronounce/spell last name to literally Mrs. Smith!! Woo hoo!!!

    Don't get me wrong, I love my name. But my whole life I've had to correct spelling and pronunciation, and once I change my name, I'll never have to do that again!!

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  • Abby
    VIP March 2019
    Abby
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    Shorter by one letter!
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  • Jessica
    Super May 2019
    Jessica
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    One letter shorter. Easier to pronounce for some, though. Barrera to Wilson.

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  • Alyssa
    Super September 2019
    Alyssa
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    Mine will be identical letter wise! I am currently a Cuffman and I am becoming an Edwards.

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  • Caitlin
    Dedicated November 2020
    Caitlin
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    Longer by a full letter.
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  • Merline
    Super February 2020
    Merline
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    Same length - 7 letters
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  • Kelsey
    VIP September 2020
    Kelsey Online
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    Shorter by 2 letters!

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  • Keiwana
    Devoted June 2019
    Keiwana
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    My new last name will be short.
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  • Sandra
    Savvy July 2019
    Sandra
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    Shorter by 2 letters

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  • K
    Dedicated July 2020
    Kaitlyn
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    It will be longer by two letters, which will bring it up to an eleven letter last name.
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  • Amanda
    Master December 2020
    Amanda
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    Same length-currently mine is 6 letters and the new one will be 6
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  • Sarah
    Devoted June 2020
    Sarah
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    Longer by three letters.
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