There is more to “Living Together” than having relations.
Sharing a room, even in separate beds, is a very intimate experience.
I have always felt that this is why overnight retreats and slumber parties are very successful as bonding experiences.
One or two nights might work in unsusual circumstances … but I , along with many others, would recommend against you doing this as you have planned.
Before you are married you should give each other the privacy that you deserve.
This is a matter of honor.
This is a matter of temptation.
This is a matter of just plain common sense.
Believe me - I have used this same excuse and line of reasoning to rationalize staying with my girlfriend on weekend trips.
It doesn’t work !
Even if you both manage to stay “bodily chaste” you will have eroded the walls of bedroom intimacy before the marriage.
What if she snores, talks in her sleep, bites her toenails, looks bad in the morning and has bad breath ?
These are the things that the marriage vows and conjugal love will help you overlook in your spouse. You will not have these important componants to help you love what is unlovable about her. You might start reconsidering your marriage for the wrong reasons.
Be a “man” and make the difficult choice. Let her sleep in comfort and in privacy. Treat her like prized and precious jewel.
Where you sleep is unimportant. —
By the way - why don’t you two just get married soon and avoid this agony ?