To many couples, acting spontaneously romantic is hugely nerve-wracking, especially in front of a large audience, say, wedding guests. It’s true among many newlyweds, and there’s nothing wrong about it, to say the least. In the case of the first dance, many couples do some sort of rehearsal. However, this part of the wedding ceremony should be left natural during the wedding planning: the first kiss.
It’s okay if you and your partner feel the need to rehearse your first wedding kiss if that makes you more confident and comfortable. Yet, wouldn’t you agree it would be much better to let the magic flow between the two of you. By all accounts, a flowy and straightforward wedding kiss looks way more romantic than a scripted one, to borrow the term. That’s what your wedding photos would express.
Also, try to make the moment last longer. It means not approaching the smooch too hastily; instead, take your time and maintain a bit of eye contact with your partner. A simple gesture like an intimate smile can make your first kiss more memorable for the wedding guests and the cameras. A 5-second smooch will be perfect for wedding photographers.