Published at Wednesday, October 09th, 2019 - 04:30:20 AM. Wedding. By Huguetta Coste.
1.Soak the day (and night) in romance. Wake up before she does and make breakfast for her. It need not be elaborate but be sure to arrange the tray artistically. Place an anniversary card, a red rose and your gift on it and present it to her. Don t let her lift a finger to do any housework on this day. Take the day off from work, if you have to. Let her have a nice and long lie-in. Prepare lunch. Better still, go out for one. The evening is the ace that you have up your sleeve. Make her a lip-smacking spread, place the choicest wines on the table and have soft music playing in the background as she joins you, dressed in that sensuous number you presented her. Later, walk with her hand-in-hand to the bedroom and exult in the gasp that escapes her lips when she sees the bed strewn with rose petals. Wait! There are rose petals in her bath as well. Enjoy a long, soak together and the rest, well, we leave that up to you. Tip Don t rush even if you are dying to. Once you seduce her senses, you won t have to wait too long anyway!
Okay, so maybe a traditional flower theme to your wedding invitation may be appropriate if you are getting married at a time when flowers are blooming! But if you are looking for something special and non-traditional, think about what each flower means, a practice that dates back to Victorian times. If you know exactly what you want your wedding to mean, you can draw inspiration from different meanings of flowers. For example, an Apple Blossom stands for promise , different colors of Chrysanthemums stand for excitement , truth , and sharing , and a lilac stands for first love . Beyond the traditional red rose that means passionate love , you can create a bouquet of wedding invitations that says just what you want about your wedding-as long as it matches your theme.
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