The first celebration of your accomplished love brings pleasure and anxiety at the time as you are never satisfied with your preparations to give your princess the happiness of her lifetime.
We have stepped into February, the month when we celebrate love. The footsteps of Valentine’s Day can be heard loud and clear. The love is in the air and you must be thinking ways to woo your Valentine come 14 February.
The first Valentine’s Day is special for every couple especially for the married ones whose love has reached its ultimate destination. The first celebration of your accomplished love brings pleasure and anxiety at the time as you are never satisfied with your preparations to give your princess the happiness of her lifetime.
In the words of George Eliot, “I like not only to be loved, but also to be told I am loved.”
Here are some of the suggestions to surprise your wife on your first Valentine’s Day after marriage:
Leave Love Notes For the Lady
Start your preparations on the night before the Valentine’s. Once she falls asleep, arrange some pink stickies. Write some love messages like “I love you” and place them in the places she goes the first in morning such as on the bathroom mirror, in the kitchen, on the fridge, etc.
If you are an early riser delay your rising time for the day. Let her wake you up. I am sure you won’t like to miss seeing the glow on her face and love in her eyes.
A Romantic Weekend Trip
Luckily Valentine’s Day 2014 is on Friday. Plan a surprise trip to a romantic destination on Valentine’s Day weekend. And send her the tickets through a courier. Surprises score over news on any day.
Grant a Secret Wish
Romantic dinners, movies, flowers are the things of the past now. Do something unique on your first Valentine’s after marriage. Afterall first impression is the last impression.
Every girl has a secret fascination. It can be anything – movies, dinner in a five-star, adventure sport, traveling, monuments, jewellery, fancy accessories, gadgets…whatever. If you know her wish, make it come true. If you don’t, talk to her relatives and friends and find out what she is crazy about.
Surprise her on her first Valentine’s Day post marriage and turn it into lovable memory for years to come!
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