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How To Look Sexy On Your Wedding Night

Wedding 2How To Look Sexy On Your Wedding Night

Your wedding night is one of the most important nights of you life and therefore the underwear is of great significance for both you and your partner. You need to pick something that makes you feel incredibly sexy and confident but still comfortable. You dont want to wear some outlandish outfit that makes you feel nervous and uncomfortable just for your partners sake.

You can give your new husband a thrill, even if you have been together for years you can still surprise him by wearing some fun and sexy underwear. With our guide you can pick the perfect saucy wedding night Lingerie to suit both you and your partner.

Starting at the Bottom

You need to feel happy and confident in the knickers you choose and despite what magazines would have you think a pair of pants does not have to be tiny in order to be sexy! However, if wearing a thong makes you feel sexy then this would be the perfect time to do so. You can get a whole range of g strings these days including luxury g strings where they are the same shape and size of a pair of knickers but they happen to be a g string.

A pair of briefs can be sensual if they are worn with confidence, the material can also have a significant impact upon what is perceived as sensual. A silky or lacy pair of briefs is far more likely to get your pulses racing than a white cotton pair. So, pick a comfortable pair that will make you feel daring and more playful.

Stockings and Suspenders

Stockings and suspenders are at the top of the list when it comes to sensual underwear, you can wear simple white or go daring with black. You dont have to match your stocking to your suspenders but it gives you a coordinated look that is sexy for a special occasion. A pair of stockings that has a lace top brings some sophisticated sexiness to the look.

Top Marks

Unlike the underwear that is worn under your wedding dress, your wedding night Lingerie is not determined by your clothes or the style of your dress. You can create whatever look you like and feel comfortable and this applies to your bra as much as your pants. Everyone has a preferred style and colour that makes them feel good, this should be the one you pick so that you are feeling at your best.

The look is entirely your choice, if you would prefer a half cup bra or a fully supported bra it is entirely your choice. The key thing to remember is that you are in control and feeling good will be what makes you look sexy not being squeezed into some underwear your husband wants.

If you are looking to create a sexy cleavage a push up bra will create the shape that you desire and will be comfortable. Choosing a bra like this over the enhancements that you can buy will mean that your chest wont disappear when you take your bra off.

So create a sexy silhouette with your underwear and enjoy your wedding night feeling confident and incredibly sexy!

Traditional Marriage in India

One of the major religions of the world, Hinduism offers a divine definition on the concept of marriage. According to the religious texts and manuscripts, Hindu marriage alliances are not just for one life but continue for seven lives. According to the Hindu dharma, the marriage between a man and woman is a commitment of a lifetime. It is one of the strongest bonds of love and dedication between a man and a woman. Most of the Hindu Marriage ceremonies span for several days. Traditionally, Hindu marriage mantras are in Sanskrit. With times, local language is also used to conduct the rituals though most of the Vedic marriage chants are in Sanskrit. The rituals of the marriage have also changed with times.

The Hindu Marriage has many rituals and ceremonies associated with it. The Hindu communities and castes in India have some common customs and traditions of marriage. There are many pre-wedding rituals in a Hindu matrimonial function the most common of them is the sagaai or engagement. The engagement ceremony is usually a family function with close friends and relatives attending. The girl and the boy exchange rings and vows for long-term commitment ahead. Gifts and sweets are exchanged between two families. A small gathering of friends and relatives over food takes place. In most of the Hindu communities in India, the engagement ceremony is a fun-filled event.

Most of the customs and tradition for a Hindu community is based on the region and the family traditions. Another very important ritual in a Hindu marriage is the saat phere or Saptapadi. The word Saptapadi is a Sanskrit word and it means seven steps. This ritual is very common in most of the Hindu communities in India. The yagna or the holy fire is in the centre of the mandap (the place where the wedding rituals are conducted). The couple after completing the rituals takes seven steps or seven circles around the holy fire. The groom leads and the bride follows in the first four circles. In the other three, the bride leads and the groom follows. In some Hindu communities in India, the groom holds the brides right hand and circles around the fire. In the seven circles or seven steps, the bride and groom vows to take care of each other at all times. They also vow to be each other strength in times of crisis. The groom and the bride additionally promise to love and respect each other in this life and are partners in all the other seven lives.

In a Hindu Marriage, the caste system is prevalent and many communities in India still believe in marrying in the same caste. According to the Hindu Varna System, the Brahmin are considered to be occupying the highest status. Under the Brahmin, there are many sub-groups like the Smartha or Advaitic Brahmin, Koti Brahmin, Vaidiki Brahmin, Sthanika Brahmin, Shivalli Smartha Brahmin, Ambalavasi Brahmin, Maharashtrian Devrukhe Brahmin, Sarola Brahmin and Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmin. Some well-known regional Brahmin communities in India are Iyengar Brahmin, Dvaitic Brahmin Madhva Kannada Brahmin, Shivalli Brahmin, Kanyakubja Brahmin, Bengali Vaid Brahmin, Maithil Brahmin and Telugu Madhwa Brahmin.

Another popular caste in India that follows the Hindu marriage rituals and customs is the Bania. The Bania community members are mostly in trade and business. Majority of the community members are settled in the Northern Indian states. Under the Bania caste, there are many sub groups such as Gupta, Agarwal, Barnwal, Bharbhunja, Garg, Mahuri and Maheshwari. The Rajputs, the Jat, the Kayastha, the Leva Patil, the Lohana and the Padmashali are some Hindu community of India, which also believes in the Hindu marriage rituals and traditions.