Whether you’re a blushing bride, a vixen or a virgin, your wedding night is a chance to dress up before you undress. You might need to ask your new husband to unlace you from your corset or simply slip off your wedding dress to reveal the ivory undies you’ve been wearing all day. Here are some ideas from Mary Stephens at the Honeymoon Collection, of what to wear on your wedding night and honeymoon to get you both in the mood for love.
Wedding night lingerie
The wedding night is an extension of your wedding day, it’s about beauty and romance. The lingerie you select will reflect this – a silk gown that is elegant and sensual, or perhaps a sheer white sexy slip that hints at what’s beneath.
You might want to change from your virginal ivory undies into something a little more special for the night such as a sexy basque or lacey corset. Whatever you wow him with is more than likely to end up on the floor so make it something that’s easy to take off!
Whether your honeymoon is in an exotic far-away country, go for items that will give you at least a couple of different looks – it’ll keep your new husband guessing about what to expect, and make those honeymoon nights very special indeed!
And when the honeymoon is over and you settle into your life together as husband and wife, don’t relegate the sexy lingerie to the back of the drawer – never underestimate the powerful allure of beautiful, sensual lingerie and its ability to give you that little extra confidence when you need it. As Kate Moss famously said she “won’t dress like a wife” after her own wedding – great advice from one of our most stylish women!
Mary Stephens has been working in the British bridal industry for over 10 years, and in 2004 developed her very own niche range of bridal lingerie called the ”Honeymoon Collection”, to satisfy the specific and unique demands of the brides. Mary is an experienced seamstress and bra fitter, giving her a sound understanding of dress construction and foundation garments.
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