Weird question but once the bride walks down the aisle can the bride and groom share a kiss
You can do what you like....its your wedding, your rules (and I have seen plenty of people do this) x
Remember it's your day, do what you like and dont worry about anyone else x
When we got down there, dad shook hubbies hand and gave me a kiss. We had a little minute to say hi, he gave me a kiss on the cheek whilst everyone was getting sat down and composing themselves. You'll have time for all of it... and make sure you TAKE TIME to do everything you want. Walk slow and take it all in because it goes so very very fast.
It depends on where you get married, people saying it’s your wedding do what you like no you can’t! If you’re getting married in church we wasn’t allowed to until photos, as part of the whole ceremony it was a no go
We were married by a registrar, you get to speak with them directly in the morning and I asked if I could give my husband an hug and a kiss and they said yes. They even let me hold his hand throughout the entire ceremony. If you dont know, just ask the ceremony holder
We didn’t share a kiss or a hug but whilst everyone sat down and composed themselves we had time to ask each other if we were alright and the hubby passed a ‘you look beautiful’ comment and then we held hands through the entire thing (he even managed to pocket some boob tape I snuck into his hand because it was on show 🙈😂
I went to and then thought I shouldn’t so pulled back, really awkward moment ha x
We did, it was basically our last kiss before being married so we kissed before and after x
I would 🤷♀️
We hadn’t discussed it but half way through my husband saying his vows I just instinctively kissed him. Our minister was fabulous, had a bit of a chuckle along with the congregation saying “put him down, he’s not agreed yet” 🤣
Unless you are a staunch traditionalist?Why wouldn't you.
You can do whatever you like, remember it is your day.
Would be more concerned if there was no interaction when you stand beside him.
Kiss away my dear.