Ways to Add Romance to Your Marriage

1. Pay attention when your spouse mentions things he/she likes or expresses interest in something that could make a great gift. It’s very flattering to know that someone really tried to find a gift that was just what you wanted.

2. Frequently offer foot, shoulder, and full body massages to your spouse. You’ll get plenty of romantic brownie points in your ” Relationship Bank Account”. Make sure to let them know that sex is not the ulterior motive behind these massages.

3. Giving sweet cards/letters to your spouse can be romantic. Handwritten letters sent through the mail are becoming more and more of a rarity. That will make more of an impact than just sending an email.

4. Look for opportunities to pamper/spoil your spouse. Letting a spouse sleep late while you attend to the kids or tell your spouse to relax while you clean up after dinner with such words as ” You’re such a love. It’s fun to pamper you.”

5. Talking in front your spouse to someone else about your partner’s good points. Take full advantage of opportunities to say ” I’m so lucky to have such a supportive wife ( or husband ). She’s such a treasure. I’m a lucky man.”

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Spring Wedding Table Card Name Idea

Flowers

For your guest table cards try using table names from; the flowers in bloom during the season, used in your wedding theme or those used in your bridal bouquet. An idea to make your wedding table cards unique: perhaps choose vintage seed packet images to go on table cards. This idea will go well with these; garden setting weddings, outdoor receptions, and vintage theme weddings. Flower name and color list below.

 Spring flowers:

Anemone: Blue, red, pink, white
Bells of Ireland: Green
Boronia: Pink
Casa Blanca Lily: White
Daffodil: Yellow
Delphinium: White, Blue
Hyacinth: Purple, Pink or White
Lilacs: Violet or White
Narcissus: White
Peony: Pink or White
Ranunculus: white, pink, red, orange and yellow
Star Gazer Lily: Pink and White
Sweetpea: white, pink, red/coral, and lavender/purple
Tulip: Many colors, including white, pink, yellow, red, and purple
Waxflower: pinky purple and white

Baby’s Breath: White
Bachelor’s Button: White, Pink, Red or Blue
Calla Lily: White and other colors
Carnations: Many Colors
Delphinium: Blue, White, Purple
Eucalyptus: Blue, Silver
Gardenia: White
Gladiolus: Many Colors
Heather: Pink
Lily of the Valley: White and Pink
Orchid: Pink, White, Purple, Other Colors
Protea: Pink
Rose: Many Colors
Scabiosa: Purple, White

Information for list of flowers for weddings from about.com: wedding flowers.