With less than two weeks left until the big royal day, everyone at the Westminster Abbey is buzzing with excitement.Â UsMagazine.com reports that Prince William and Kate Middleton have rehearsed the entire ceremony, including the 1:25 p.m. balcony kiss.Â “It’s not the actual kiss that needs rehearsingâ€¦â€ť an aide told the magazine.Â “However, the angle that they come in at needs to be correct, otherwise they could block the shot and the world will miss out on that momentous moment.”
What kind of kiss should you use at your wedding?
So your wedding day is almost here, and youâ€™re still undecided about which wedding kiss to have. Â No problem! Â Cupid offers suggestions on how to decide:
1. Mutual decision: Speak with your significant other about what kind of wedding kiss you both want. Â If one of you wants a long intense kiss, but the other wants a short and sweet peck, perhaps you can compromise with something in between.
2. Practice: Once you figure out what kiss you both want, practice it.Â As they say, practice makes perfect.
3. Keep it short: We all understand that itâ€™s your wedding day, but try not to make out in front of a crowd.Â Keep your kiss short, sweet and sincere.
What kind of kiss did you share on your wedding day? Â Comment below.