Romance Tips for the Clueless Groom: The Basics

You may have managed to win the girl of your dreams, but your new bride needs lots of attention after your big day, too. Use these tips to make the romance in your relationship last longer than your wedding cake.

Words can be worth more than actions. Too many new brides complain that their husbands stop wooing them right after they say “I do.” Break that cycle by investing in some private stationery that you use just for her. Get something luxurious and romantic, since she’ll want to save your notes forever. If you have trouble figuring out what to say, consult some of her favorite poets or simply remind her of a specific reason you’re so in love with her. Notes don’t need occasions, either. In fact, if you drop notes in unexpected places at random intervals, they’ll teach her to anticipate even bigger surprises. Elegant personal stationery from Crane & Co.: Get expert help and love letter examples:

Let your love blossom. Instead of scrambling for the florist at obvious times of the year, send your bride some unexpected bunches of exotic and unusual flowers at least once every month. Some local florists can set you up discreetly for their “bloom of the month” clubs, so you can set your surprises on autopilot. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to treat your bride to fresh, long-lasting flowers, either. Order the freshest flowers directly from growers that will overnight them direct to your love. Fresh flowers, direct from growers:

Elope all over again. Use online travel discounters to track cheap airfares to your favorite romantic destinations. You can even let websites like Orbitz and Travelocity suggest new destinations based on your budget. For the truly adventurous, let a deep discounter like Site59 roll the dice and send you on a surprise getaway. Track fares to your favorite places at Orbitz: Get suggestions based on budget from Travelocity: Last minute travel deals from Site59:

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