You are here probably because you just got married and are excited to finally take your new husband’s last name.
However you are feeling a bit overwhelmed with the whole process of name changing because all you can see is a list of documents you need and the thought of lining up at the office makes you feel sick :/
Well I hope this post will make your day a little better because you CAN literally change your name in 3 easy steps in just 3 minutes.
Without further ado, let me tell you how!
I recently came across this website called Hitch Switch, an amazing concierge service to help brides like you to easily change your name after getting married!
You can do it online in just 3 easy steps.
Yup at the comfort of your own home, in your PJs. Need I say more?
You don’t have to get stuck in the long queues at the office!
Here are the 3 packages you can choose from:
1, Print At Home $29
This option is perfect for those of you DIYers who are ready to do it yourself but not sure where to start.
If you have a computer and printer at home, you can easily print the form and post it yourself. This package provides you with simple instructions to get started and gives you online access to all of your paperwork.
This saves you time from going down to the office for all the documents.
2, Full Service $69
Newlyweds are often busy after organising an entire wedding, Hitch Switch has made this process super easy for those of you who wants to save time and hassle.
You will receive your auto-filled paperwork in the mail and pre-paid mailing envelopes.
Who doesn’t love having more time and no hassle in their life?
3, Platinum (Most Popular!) $89
This awesome package is basically the Full Service package plus a FREE printed ready-to-ship passport photo (yay for skipping the line!) and your Personal Name Change Concierge.
Sounds pretty good, right?
You can finally sit back, relax and enjoy that Netflix show you’ve been dying to watch.
Ready to try Hitch Switch? Create your account now and change your name in just 3 easy steps!
Featured wedding photos: Madeleine Chiller Photography