Deux Lux Mrs. overnight bag (c/o); similar passport cover; Mrs. Box; Maidenchange packet Well, the vows have been spoken, the rings are exchanged, the photos were snapped (and will obviously be shared here soon), and the dance floor was packed. Now what? Well this past week as we started setting up utilities for construction at our new home, it occurred to me that I’d better get started on that whole married name change thing. And just as every single married friend of mine warned me (like, overly warned me), it’s a paper-filled, long process. Lucky for me, this week I also discovered Maidenchange, and the whole process suddenly seems like a breeze. Here’s the deal. For $39, you’ll get a packet to your door that contains literally everything you’ll need to change your name including instructions, pre-filled forms and pre-addressed and stamped envelopes. All you need to do is fill in your social security number and a few other personal items, sign and drop in the mail. It has instructions or forms for your social security card, passport, driver’s license, debit and credit cards, voter and vehicle registration, name change notification, and IRS change of address. I mean, how would I even know that I need to fill out all those things? Survey says, I wouldn’t. If you’re a bride-to-be or newly married gal, Maidenchange will seriously make your life easier. (And after all that wedding planning, couldn’t you use a break?) If you’re looking for the perfect wedding gift for a friend (and not really trying to scrape the bottom of the registry barrel), there’s gift cards too. Trust me, your friend will thank you.