Wedding Night Bliss: August 2015

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

12 Things You Need for Your Honeymoon

Yay! You're planning a wedding, and honeymoon! Traveling can be stressful, but check out these items to help make your trip go seamlessly!


5. Selfie Stick
You're in a different country, looking like the tourists you are. Are you really going to hand your camera or phone over to a stranger and for them to take a picture of you? Better be safe, and bring a selfie stick. You can take pictures of you and your new hub, and still get that exotic background in the picture, too.




6. Underwater Phone Pouch
This thing is awesome. Put your phone inside, and take it with you in the pool, or while jet skiing. And don't miss out on getting those gorgeous pictures. Your phone is still fully functional!



7. Phone Camera Lens
I'd love to buy a nice expensive camera to take amazing pictures. But they're so expensive! Get this lens and upgrade your pictures. Plus, it's easier to carry around than a big, bulky camera. And less obvious for those sneaky pick-pockets.


8. Hooded Travel Pillow
This may look a little silly, but who cares when you sleeping nice and comfortable on that 12 hour international flight? You know how cold those planes get!




9. Converter
Plugging in your hair curler (for all those romantic dinners), and phone charger (to update your friends and family through Facebook) won't work in different countries without a converter. Don't ruin a historical hotel's electricity like they did in Just Married. lol



10. Portable Phone Charger
When you're out touring a new city or lounging on the beach, there may not be any places to charge your phone. It's good to have something portable, so you can charge on-the-go!


11. Headphone Splitter
I had NEVER heard of this before. But it's genius! For when you and your new hub want to watch a movie together on the plane. You can both connect your headphone and listen together. No more trying to share one pair of headphones.



12. Compression Socks
Make sure you arrive feeling great. No leg cramps or poor circulation ruining your flight, or honeymoon.




If you're just finding this blog post through an internet search and would like information about being a Virgin or Abstinent Bride, go here! Here's 1-5, which were discussed in the emails that you would receive.

1. Luggage Tags
Make sure no one mistakes your luggage for theirs with these matching luggage tags. Plus, it’s the perfect way to travel for the first time as hub and wife.
Mrs. E Luggage Tag
Mr. E Luggage Tag
(To find your last name go to Cafepress.com/MrMrs1> Choose Mr. or Mrs.> Choose Letter of Last Name> Fun Gifts)



2. Pajamas
Maybe hub doesn’t want like to dress alike in public. That’s a little too corny for him. But he can’t argue about matching in the hotel room. No one will see you guys. (Accept for when you post that selfie on Instagram. Lol)
Mr. O Pajamas
Mrs. O Pajamas
(To find your last name go to Cafepress.com/MrMrs1> Choose Mr. or Mrs.> Choose Letter of Last Name> Clothing)



3. Money Clips
Every traveler knows you need a money clip to hide some money. In case you lose your wallet or get pick pocketed, you’ll always have some backup money. 
Mr. J Money Clip
Mrs. J Money Clip
(To find your last name go to Cafepress.com/MrMrs1> Choose Mr. or Mrs.> Choose Letter of Last Name> Fun Gifts)


5. Travel Bags
Don't forge about your carry-on! No one can pretend that they didn't know you two are married. :)
Mrs. T Tote Bag
Mr. T Duffle Bag
(To find your last name go to Cafepress.com/MrMrs1> Choose Mr. or Mrs.> Choose Letter of Last Name> Kitchen)



5. Water Bottles
If you’re going to an warm, exotic place where you’ll be hiking and walking a lot, you may want to bring some refillable water bottles. And these are just the cutest for your honeymoon.
(To find your last name go to Cafepress.com/MrMrs1> Choose Mr. or Mrs.> Choose Letter of Last Name> Bags, Purses, or Wallets)


Monday, August 10, 2015

Abstinent Wedding Night Bliss eBook


Wedding Night Bliss eBook + Parts of the Wedding Night Survival Guide
For brides who are practicing abstinence until their wedding night, but aren’t virgins.
(If you're a Virgin Bride, visit these 2 links instead: http://bit.ly/WeddingNightBlisseBook and http://bit.ly/WeddingNightSG )

www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlissfulWife


·         The Full Wedding Night Bliss eBook (ALL of the Guilt and Shame Information)
·         Plus, the most helpful parts of the Wedding Night Survival Guide
·         New! Access to the Private Facebook Group
·         For Abstinent Brides


                   All of the                                          Parts of the
      Wedding Night Bliss eBook    +    Wedding Night Survival Guide =           Abstinence Special
www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlissfulWife


Why You Need the Wedding Night Bliss eBook:
1.       To prepare your mind and emotions for this new chapter in your life.
2.       Even if you’ve had sex before, you could still experience emotional issues once you start having sex again.
3.       There’s a spiritual difference between having unmarried sex, and Married Sex. This helps you transition into that new responsibility.
4.       Even if you’re excited, and don’t have any reservations about having Married Sex, you may be surprised at how you react when the time comes.

Why You Need parts of the Wedding Night Survival Guide eBook:
1.       When you experience a time of abstinence your vagina tightens up, almost to what it was like when you were a virgin. (Depending on how long you’ve been abstinent.)
a.       Even if you’ve only experienced a few months of abstinence, your vagina will have tightened significantly.
2.       You may need a reminder of certain things, because you haven’t had sex in a while.
3.       You may not expect your body to be so much like a virgin, so you may not take certain precautions without me telling you to.
4.       There are certain things you could have done better your first time around, that I can help you with this time around.


If you’ve had sex before, do you REALLY needs all these eBooks???
I often get asked if the Wedding Night Bliss eBook, and the Wedding Night Survival Guide eBook is needed for Abstinent Brides. What I mean by Abstinent Bride is a bride who has had sex in the past, but is practicing abstinence until her Wedding Night. You definitely need the Wedding Night Bliss eBook, but to be honest, you don’t need all of the Wedding Night Survival Guide.

Some of you Abstinent Brides still need instruction on having great sex, so this isn’t for you. (Check the links below to find the right eBooks for you.
Some of you Abstinent Brides have a horrible past with sex. You knew you weren’t supposed to be doing it, so you didn’t put any effort into learning how to have good sex. Or for any other reason, you just happened to have a history of bad sex. When I say bad, I mean it wasn’t physically enjoyable for you. It didn’t feel pleasurable in your body. Not just because you felt guilty, so you couldn’t enjoy yourself. But it literally didn’t feel good. If that’s you, then you need the Wedding Night Bliss eBook AND the full Wedding Night Survival Guide eBook. This Abstinence Special isn’t for you. Here are the links to get those. http://bit.ly/WeddingNightSG and http://bit.ly/WeddingNightBlisseBook

Some of you Abstinent Brides already know how to have great sex. In that case, this is the PERFECT eBook for you.
But some of you Abstinent Brides had great sex in your past. The only thing wrong with your sex life is that you realized (or maybe you knew all along) that sex outside of marriage isn’t God’s will. If that’s you, then you don’t need most of the Wedding Night Survival Guide. There are parts that you could benefit from, but it would be a waste of money to buy the whole thing. So, I created the Abstinence Special. You still get ALL of the Wedding Night Bliss eBook, which you need whether you’ve had sex before, or not. BUT I pulled the parts of the Wedding Night Survival Guide out that you need. So you can get just what you need, in a set that I created just for you. J

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Wedding Night Bliss eBook

Prepare Your Mind and Body BEFORE the Wedding Night! From a biblical perspective.
(This is needed by both Virgin AND Abstinent Brides. But if you're an Abstinent Bride, visit this link, because I have a special eBook with this info plus more, just for you.  http://bit.ly/AbstinenceSpecial )

www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlissfulWife


·         7 Actual Exercises to Do to Avoid Guilt and Shame
·         NEW! Access to the Private Facebook Group


What You Learn:
1.      How to study in a way that it doesn't make you feel guilty
2.      What to do every day at least 6 months before the wedding
3.      Specific scriptures that pertain to sex
4.      How to spend time with God to aid in the process of getting ready for the Wedding Night
5.      Specific exercises to help you learn to relax and enjoy sex. (No new-age techniques. Nothing crazy. Lol)
6.      How to get over being uncomfortable while being naked.
7.      How to deal with body issues.

      Why would you feel guilt or shame?
Did you know that it's possible to feel guilty for having sex with your own hub? Did you know it's possible to even feel ashamed? Well, it's something that is common in the Christian community among newly married women. And even women who aren't newlyweds anymore. The simple reason for this is because it's difficult for your brain to transition from "I can't have sex!" to "I can have sex!" For some women the transition is easy, for some the transition happens over a couple of months, and for some women there is a constant struggle to feel emotionally comfortable having sex.

Here’s how to avoid the guilt and shame.

Well, I have an easy solution for you. Get my Wedding Night Bliss eBook. It gives you 7 Ways to Avoid Guilt and Shame. This isn't vague information. I won't just tell you, "Get Comfortable with Your Naked Body." I tell you exactly how to get comfortable with your body. I was a virgin when I got married, so I know all about the struggles. I used my experience, plus countless hours of research to figure this out. Because I enjoy marriage and being a wife so much! And I want others to have that joy in their marriage, too. But you can't have that if your sex life sucks. PLUS, it can actually affect marriage, to the point of divorce.

www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlissfulWife


Who it’s for:

1. Women who are currently engaged while practicing abstinence until their wedding night.
2. Women who are afraid you won’t know what to do on your Wedding Night.
3. Women who are nervous about transitioning from Sweet Virgin Bride to Married Sex Vixen.
4. Women who learn best by specific instruction, not trial-and-error.
5. Women who learn best by trial-and-error, but want direction to know where to begin.
6. Women who don’t want to leave the success of their married sex-life up to chance.



Why you need this eBook:

1. Most Premarital Counseling doesn’t spend a lot of time on the topic of sex. Can you believe it???
2. You’d be surprised at the large amount of Virgin Brides who have had trouble transitioning into married sex. And the problems aren’t only physical, they’re mental and emotional, too. Having great, emotionally-fulfilling sex may not seem like it can make or break your marriage, but it can. Many marriages have failed, because of this reason. 
3. You can spend time finding this information yourself, or you can take advantage of the time I already spent.
a. Even if you look for the information yourself, you may not know what to look for.
b. Searching online for sex-related information can get a little risqué. Lol
4. Friends’ and family’s advice tends to either be quite vague or completely over-the-top. (For example, “Don’t worry. It will all just happen naturally!” Or, “Buy some handcuffs, and get drunk.”)
5. I give practical, easy to follow, direct advice. Nothing sugar-coated, but still very tasteful. And everything from a CHRISTIAN perspective.
6. It’s an easy read, with lots of important information. It’s very conversational, and down-to-earth! You’ll love it!

Monday, August 3, 2015

What To Expect On Your Christian Wedding Night


Don't Get Married Without This Info
Abstinence Doesn’t Always Guarantee Great Sex *gasp* I know!
          I have lived my life as a goody-goody, complete with waiting until I was married to have sex. Crazy, right! Some people would consider it to be a boring life, but fortunately for me, my life as the little goody-goody, virgin gal turned out quite well. (I’d like to take this time to apologize to my Mom and Dad for the next sentence. More so, to my Dad. lol) Even though I was a virgin bride, me and hubs’ sex has always been pretty hot! And it still is, even after baby! Now, for all the Christians that are reading this, I know what you’re thinking. “Of course, you have a blessed sex life. You did it the right way, and God will always bless that!” I agree that God blesses marriage and the marital bed, but most of the time that blessing doesn’t come in the form of sex tips! As a matter of fact, most of the time there are some major sex problems when goody-goody, virgin gals finally make it to the altar. Before you clench your pearls, and scream, “Do not blaspheme abstinence!” let me explain myself. 

“I Do” Isn’t Always Enough Time to Transition Into Married Sex
          When you’re getting married, there is one split second in which your whole life changes. You’re standing at the altar, in front of your friends, family, and God. At the prompting of the pastor you say those 2 little words, “I do!” and in that very instant, like a crazy magic trick, Presto Change-o!, you’re a wife! And remember two seconds ago, when you weren’t allowed to have sex? Well now you are! So hop to it! Sounds exciting and perfect, right? Not always.

To be continued... (*evil laugh*)

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          It’s important that guys learn about having sex with a woman who’s been practicing abstinence. (Or who’s never had sex.) Even if he’s not a virgin, it’s totally different having sex with someone who hasn’t had sex in a while (or ever). Trust me, your vagina will thank me! Just sign up here!

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Why You Need This Info:
1.                  You’d be surprised at the large amount of Virgin Brides who have had trouble transitioning into married sex. And the problems aren’t only physical, they’re mental and emotional, too. (I’m talking feeling guilty even though you’re allowed to have sex, and even crying after sex. Eek!) Having great, emotionally-fulfilling sex may not seem like it can make or break your marriage, but it can. Many marriages have failed, because of this reason. Not at all trying to scare you. I just want you to know the importance of this info.
2.                  Most Premarital Counseling classes hardly spend any time talking about sex. Can you believe it??? And if they do, there’s no instruction on the actual act. It’s more about the spiritual side of things. (Which is good, but it still leaves lots of questions on what to actually do.)
3.                  You can spend time researching this information yourself, or you can take advantage of the time I already spent.
a.                  Even if you look for the information yourself, you may not know what to look for.
b.                  Searching online for sex-related information can get a little risqué. Lol
4.                  You need to know what the possible issues could be, so that you know how to avoid them. Or at least, you’re ready for them when they arise.

Who it’s for:
1.                  Women who are currently engaged while practicing abstinence until their wedding night.
2.                  Women who are afraid you won’t know what to do on your Wedding Night.
3.                  Women who are nervous about transitioning from Sweet Virgin Bride to Married Sex Vixen. J


4.                  Women who don’t want to leave the success of their married sex-life up to chance.

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