Aisha Herring

What is your career?

Marketing 

How long have you been married?
 

4 years (together 6)

What is your love story?
 

Nick and I knew of each other in college, although we attended different colleges. One day, when visiting my college, he introduced himself to me and later on-asked me on a date. We went out but really remained friends after that. I was interested but not sold. Two years later, we went on another date and the chemistry was instant. I think we had to mature for one another, and ultimately, timing was everything. We went on a date every day that summer for a month after that second date. We were pretty inseparable. We knew within the first few months that we found our other half. We've been together ever since. 

How did you know your husband was the one?
 

I felt it. Our love was easy. It was forced and it wasn't hard work in the beginning. We just loved and let the rest follow. I admired that I didn't have to tell him how to love me and treat me, he knew.

What was the best part about your wedding day?
 

Walking down the aisle and seeing his face. He just cried and cried, and I knew that I was marrying someone who loved me as deeply as I loved him. 

What is one piece of advice you would like to share to a newlywed?
 

Your marriage is yours and yours only. Don't bother focusing on what love and marriage looks like for someone else. Work on what you want your marriage to look like for you. 

What is one or two pre-marriage tips or scriptures you would give a bride?
 

Be patient and work on your foundation early. If there are issues lingering in your relationship pre-marriage, they will linger after. Start working to solve them now, so it's one less fight in the future.

Communicate your expectations of marriage early. Everyone was not raised the same and nor did everyone have the same examples of marriage. It's important to communicate what you expect out of marriage to ensure you're on the same page. 

What does living a life Faith + Fulfillment mean to you?

God has to be at the center. With God at the center and remember the promises and commitments of your vows, you will have fulfillment in your marriage. 

Complete the sentence: Love is______.
 

kind and unconditional.

 

From the founder: It is my prayer that something was said to help you within your journey...Let's keep the conversation going! Be sure to leave a comment below or under the post on Instagram. 

Many Blessings,

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