How to Kiss a Bride Without PDA

By BobJ Apr12,2023

Kissing at weddings is a traditional part of the ceremony, but if you and your partner don’t enjoy physical intimacy it’s okay to skip this part. Alternatively, you can save it for an intimate moment after the festivities have concluded.

No matter which option you opt for, there are a few essential things to remember when it comes to your first kiss. These tips will guarantee the perfect romantic moment on your special day!

Keep Your Mouth Shut

Kissing a bride can be an especially romantic and exciting moment. However, before you embark on this romantic gesture with your future spouse-to-be, be sure to discuss and agree upon a plan together. Otherwise, it could feel forced and awkward. Additionally, consider where your hands go when it’s time for kissing her.

Holding her hand is always a nice option, but don’t be afraid to experiment and kiss her neck, ears, cheeks or even shoulders! It’s an entertaining way to show her you have some range and keep her guessing. Additionally, be sure to swallow often so the extra saliva doesn’t build up in your mouth and spill over onto hers. And no matter what method of kissing you choose – always remember to close your eyes so you can focus on the person who is kissing you!

Don’t Overdo It

Kissing a bride can be an intimate and passionate experience, but it’s essential not to overdo it. Keep it lighthearted and make it memorable by keeping the moment lighthearted and playful. Otherwise, photos may turn out blurry or uncomfortable for guests. Try keeping eye contact while slowly approaching your groom while kissing for the best pictures of the moment.

It’s also beneficial to keep your hands active during a kiss. Use them to cup their face, stroke their hair or caress their neck; this will make the experience even more intimate and give her an opportunity to show how much you value her. If you feel nervous, practice a quick kiss beforehand so that the transition into full-on kissing goes smoothly.

Don’t Forget Your Teeth

When kissing your new spouse, be sure not to forget about your teeth! After all, your gums contain various important things like saliva glands and blood vessels which can lead to inflammation and disease if left unchecked. The best way to maintain a healthy mouth is through regular flossing, brushing and visiting the dentist – maybe even taking your partner on a little tour around their local dental office if you haven’t already! You may be amazed by what results you receive – not only will your smile look better but it could mean longer life together too!

Ideally, both of you will be on the same page.

Don’t Go Too Far

When kissing a bride, it’s essential not to go too far. It may be tempting to move in quickly when feeling excited and nervous, but this moment between you and your new husband will last forever. Additionally, remember that you are standing before an audience with many eyes on you.

Couples often make the mistake of not closing their eyes when kissing each other. This can be awkward for guests and unnatural in wedding photos.

To keep your kiss PG-rated, it’s best to practice it frequently before the big day. This will give you an idea of how long and intimate it should be, plus, it helps if you talk with your photographer beforehand about which position should be used for capturing it on camera.

By BobJ

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