My c-section was a magical birth experience. Rosie was my 4th baby and the most magical delivery. My husband was supportive and created a lovely experience – placing me and Rosie in the centre. He crouched down holding both of my hands and sang to me while the epidural was being completed – I even started laughing (…well my husbands singing!) and the doctor told me to stop laughing and sit still so she could get it right – but in a nice manner.
I think you need to create a sense of the birth being just for your family – and how you do this will be unique to you – but just focus on the the c-section being the birth of your baby and every birth is a magical moment. The first time you see your baby after 9 months.
Here is a great article for making your c-section birth more baby and mother friendly instead of a surgical procedure