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T. are a lot of important things to do before your wedding day and our recommended books before your wedding day fall into this category. We’re all for keeping you as informed as you can be.
Reading these books before your wedding day will make the next phase a lot easier.
1. Mindful Relationship Habits by S. J. Scott and Barrie Davenport
You need to be consciously connected to your husband as long as you can, and this book describes how to stay connected to your spouse even after being together for a long time. Just the perfect guide you need.
2. The Kamasutra by Vatsyayana
Everyone needs some spice in their sexual life and even if you think you know a lot, t.’s no harm in adding to your knowledge. This Hindu book gives a big insight into a very neglected topic – sexual health and highlights the concepts.
3. Every Woman by Derek Llewellyn-Jones
It is a gynaecological guide for women throughout their lifespan. It talks about female health issues like puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. You shouldn’t get married if you don’t have a clue about how your body works.
4. It’s Not You, It’s The Dishes by Paula Szuchman and Jenny Anderson
The book highlights the importance of communication and role-.ing and that can’t be overemphasized as a lesson for every bride before the wedding.
5. Pride And Prejudice by Jane Austen
We love love stories, especially the ones with an interesting twist. It is an 1813 English romantic novel that will help you understand the difference between what’s material and essential in every relationship.
Now that you know to read these books before your wedding day, you should make sure these people are not around you on your wedding day.