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Thursday, May 10, 2012

{Aisle Say by Candice}: The Wedding Night

There's no such thing as the perfect wedding night! That only happens in Hollywood...

Please adjust your reality goggles and then read on…

As 21st century couples, it’s not so much about being nervous for your wedding night but rather dealing with a large dose of pressure to make this night spectacular. However, there are often high levels of exhaustion and alcohol consumption and this combination dramatically reduces one’s drive and performance capability.

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One way to create some desirable anticipation for your wedding night is to push the ‘pause button’ on your passionate activity for a couple of weeks/months (your call) leading up to your wedding day.

To help you both get into the mood, enhance the environment with some candles, rose petals, bath time treats and music. Have some snacks available too, as often the bridal couple don’t get to eat as much as they’d like to at the reception, so satisfy the hungry grumbles in order to focus on the evening ahead.

There is an alternative suggestion that will over-ride all the above: A wedding morning delight! You’ll both be more refreshed and still have a romantic buzz from the day before.

If it’s going to be your first time, then take things slowly. Don't be afraid to share and tell so that you can both discover what you enjoy.

Whatever happens, do not allow your wedding night to cast a bad spell over what you think your sex life is going to be like for the rest of your marriage! It’ll be special and memorable and you have a lifetime together to explore it!

Tip for the Bride-to-be: Think about purchasing some beautiful lingerie for your wedding night, it will definitely make you feel confident and sexy. Contact Candice* at Live Love Dream and invest in a Pre-Marriage Course to ensure your Happily Ever After...

*With a Degree in Psychological Counselling, Candice Luck of Live Love Dream specialises in presenting fun, modern Pre-Marriage courses, that assists couples in building a marriage based on communication, transparency and connection.

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