We know that planning your wedding is an exciting and perhaps harrowing time, but you know what’s even more challenging? Remembering to work in some special time for you and the person you’re getting married to before the day even arrives.
Kiss Your Fiance Day reminds those in the midst of planning their wedding to not let that planning process take precedence over retaining that special bond with the person you’ll be spending the rest of your life with.
History of Kiss Your Fiance Day
Wedding planning can be one of the most stressful processes anyone has to go through, even though the reason for it is one of the most exciting and incredible things a person can experience.
It’s not uncommon for the wedding planning process to lead to hurt feelings, arguments, and all sorts of relationship angst centered around what everyone wants that special day to be like.
Kiss Your Fiance Day is your reminder to step back and let it all go once in a while and spend some time remembering what all the fuss is about. You’ll be spending the rest of your life with this incredible person you’ve found, but it doesn’t have to wait until after the vows are spoken.
Couples that are planning to get married find that setting aside time to spend not thinking about this process means they’re more likely to get to that big day.
How to celebrate Kiss Your Fiance Day
Celebrating Kiss Your Fiance Day can start with a lingering kiss, but it doesn’t have to end there! Start by going back to where it all began. Was there a restaurant or event that you attended together that set your whole relationship in motion?
Are there friends you haven’t seen in a while that were part of the reason you got together to begin with? Maybe reminiscing about how your relationship kicked off isn’t what works for you.
If that’s the case take Kiss Your Fiance Day and go do something you’ve been planning to do together for a while. The whole purpose of the holiday is to reduce stress and strengthen the bond between two people who will be spending the rest of their days waking up to each other.
Your wedding is just one day in a lifetime of joy, sorrow, and celebration so take Kiss Your Fiance Day to remember why you’re going through all the work to get married to begin with!