You would think this is easy. You’ve kissed before right? Here are 3 Secrets To The First Wedding Kiss-Grooms Workshop to help avoid an awkward first kiss. Get the best of all your emotions in on big, beautiful, first kiss.
3 Secrets To The First Wedding Kiss-Grooms Workshop
You’re going to get an assignment to today. It’s going to be one of the easiest things you do in all your wedding planning process. Practice.
- Watch where you each step your feet.
- Take your time kissing (your photographer will love you for this)
Here are your Top 3 Secrets To The First Wedding Kiss
1. Be You
You certainly want to think about reflecting your style of everyday kissing with your partner. This is where the practicing comes in. Oh what fun!
But you also want to consider that this is a big moment.
If that’s cool with you, you should make this First Kiss a real statement.
Will it be passionate? Can it be sensual? Is it emotionally charged? Yes to all of the above.
Really take your kiss to the next level of staging the perfect sweet kiss at the end of your ceremony.
2. Stick To The Plan
Make sure you agree that there will be no audibles on this.
If you are not planning a big dip, or lifting her up.
Anything that’s not expected. You can leave those surprises for more casual moments later.
This is the time where you want to know you will not be stepping on her toes.
You’ll also want to let her know you won’t be swinging her around.
Or ANYTHING unexpected. Practice it. Make it good. Then stick to the plan. No surprises.
3. It’s In The Eyes
This is one of the key elements of a perfect first kiss.
Take a moment to look into each other’s eyes.
Make that a part of the routine. It will be in the game plan.
Staring into each other’s eyes will build the excitement of the moment.
Don’t rush in.
And no reason to rush the kiss. So this pause before the kiss really sets up the pace of what you want to share.
Then stop overthinking it. Enjoy the practice though! 🙂
Afterwards have a nice long full on embrace. Just before you turn, hold her hand, and raise them up in the air.
Also in the planning process with your officiant ask them to step aside. No need to have anyone photobombing your First Kiss.