Just because she’s said “Yes,” and that she will be saying “I do,” it doesn’t mean that you don’t have to work at this relationship anymore.
With all of the wedding planning details to take care of, and your job, and perhaps school, not to mention the everyday things like shopping for groceries and doing the laundry, there’s probably not much time left in the day just for the two of you.
Here are a few ideas to remind your beloved that you haven’t forgotten why she’s the love of your life that will let her know that you’re always thinking of her.
Give your fiancee a “just because” gift
The power and specialness about “just because” gifts isn’t in their size or monetary value, but in the love and sentiment they evoke. Try a book of love poems (or a love poem written by you), a framed 3×5 photo of the two of you, a cd by her favorite group, a small bouquet of flowers (or a single red rose – a classic!), or a little drawing (maybe a heart with an arrow going through it and both of your initials). These “just because” gifts can be given to her outright, or left in places she’ll be sure to find them.
Take your fiancee out on a real date
The emphasis is on “real.” You might want to take her somewhere special. Or perhaps a simple burger and the movies. Talk (and listen) about how her day went (and yours too). Impress her with your charm. But no wedding talk! This is a time for you to kick back, relax, have fun, and just enjoy being with each other.
Send a note to your bride before the ceremony
On your wedding day write a little note to your bride-to-be and have your best man deliver it to her for you. It doesn’t have to be a long letter. Let her know you’re thinking of her, and how much you love her. If possible, choose a nice card or pretty stationery, but a piece of notebook paper will do. However, don’t send it too soon before the ceremony begins, since this lovely note will probably elicit tears of joy causing her to cry off a bit of her make-up. She’ll need some time for a little mascara touch up.