Planning your wedding can be the busiest time of your life, so much to do and organize. Does your partner feel neglected? Wedding planning can be very time consuming.
Some males just don’t want to know all the details, others want to be in on everything. Either way, you can find the going not so smooth.
A little bit of time out together can work wonders, for you too, a break from being the wedding planner can recharge your batteries.
Why not just your and your groom get away from it all?
A romantic dinner for two, budget might be tight, but it’s amazing what a few tea lights, perfumed candles, even comfy cushions around the coffee table, soft music in the background, good wine, you in something stunning and the food could be scramble eggs on toast, he would not notice
A walk along the beach in the late afternoon, just as the sun is setting
Send him an e-card, it will brighten his day.
A drive in the country, have lunch at a country pub, away from everything.
I’m sure you can think of many more things you can do, the important thing is that it is just the two of you and no wedding talk.
There will be many other times during the organizing of your wedding where you can get his advice or ask his opinion. So keep these special times for just you and your love.
One of these times will be when you decide on your wedding vows. What will you say to each other, what does this wonderful person, the one you are going to spend the rest of your life with mean to you, how do you put it into words.
There are books that can help you, give you some starters. You may have a special song that you can take some of the lines from, a special poem.
These will be very special words, so need careful choosing. This may best be done away from all the hustle and bustle of the wedding arrangements. Why not get away to a romantic spot, somewhere overlooking the beach or a country hideaway.
Whatever you do, make sure your groom to be is not neglected or feeling neglected during all the preparations. They can be very sensitive you know, even if they will not admit it.
Enjoy your special day, and may your future together be wonderful.
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