Marriage Lesson: Don’t Lose Your Wedding Day Glow

wedding dayIn several days, I will have been married for six months, long enough to be able to give this advise: don’t lose your wedding day glow.  It seems that people who have been married awhile feel it their duty to tell you that your wedding day glow will fade.  They call you and your new spouse “lovebirds” as if they are just waiting for the two of you to be a little less excited about each other, like they are.

Well, I’m here to tell you that doesn’t have to be the case!  It’s important to take a moment periodically to remember that you are excited about your spouse.  Remind yourself about their awesome qualities, why you fell in love and got married in the first place.

Think of Your Wedding Day Often

Look at your wedding photos often.  Watch your wedding video together periodically.  Remember that incredible feeling you got when you saw each other for the first time all dressed up in your wedding attire.  Bask in your wedding day glow of the wonderful feelings of love, excitement, and contentment you felt that whole day.

Make it a point to tell your spouse of their awesome qualities and how much you love and cherish them.  When we keep these things in the front of our minds, we are less likely to be tempted to focus on negatives.

It’s easy for me to keep on my wedding day glow.  My husband is so wonderful and caring.  He tells me and shows me often of his love and respect for me.  He continually builds me up and encourages me.  I’m a blessed lady!

I hope you are able to keep your wedding day glow!  If you’re not married and want to be, I pray you are able to find that glow when the time is right.

Have a gloriously glowing day!


2 thoughts on “Marriage Lesson: Don’t Lose Your Wedding Day Glow

  1. Hi Jessica! I got your blog off of your husband’s! I’m not yet married, but I have a wonderful man that God sent to me through a mutual friend we both have! With my photos on Facebook, I’m often told I have that glow! I love your suggestions and I will remember them when the time comes for me to say, “I Do!” Thank you! 🙂

  2. Jen, I’m so happy for you! Congratulations! If you haven’t gotten married, yet, I hope your day is wonderful and even better than you hope for! Enjoy it to the fullest, an amazing moment for the two of you as you join your lives together!

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