Friday, August 7, 2009

7 Sex Tips for a better Wedding Night

There's a general national myth about wedding nights; supposedly, every bride and groom have the most intimate and wonderful sex of their lives on their wedding nights. In reality, while your wedding night may be a little different, it is an intimate moment, and an opportunity. Here are seven tips that can help make your wedding night one of the best evenings of your life.

  1. Take things slowly
    Savor this moment. While you may be a little too tired to have the most technically excellent sex of your lives, this is likely to be among your most romantic and intimate sexual experiences.
  2. Lower your expectations
    So this may not be the most amazing sex you've ever had. So what? Try to just enjoy whatever happens.
  1. Talk to each other
    Spend some time relaxing, talking about the wedding, and about your love for each other. Let things get romantic and sappy. The sex that follows will be intimate and amazing.
  2. Expand your idea of the "wedding night"
    If you're too tired for foreplay, that sex isn't going to be so great. Couldn't it be better to wait until the morning?
  3. Flirt with each other during the wedding
    It can be easy to spend the whole wedding greeting Aunt Sally and Cousin Bob, cutting the cake, and attending to a thousand other details. Don't forget to stop, stare into each other's eyes, share a few extra kisses, and flirt with each other. It will also help build the excitement for your alone time later.
  4. Don't have sex with each other for a couple of weeks before the wedding
    Many couples try this to make the wedding night sex fresh and new again. Others go even further by giving up sex months before the wedding so that they may be virgin-like on the wedding night.
  5. Try something new
    Perhaps there's been something you've been wanting to try? Your wedding night can be a fun night to experiment,
  6. Wear something special
    Wedding night lingerie can really help the mood. Pick something a little different than what you usually wear to excite your partner. Make sure you feel confident in it, as a confident lover is almost always a better lover.
  7. Set the stage
    Help yourselves get into the mood by setting the stage. Light some candles, bring some CDs and a radio, scatter rose petals, or do whatever helps you get in the mood. And don't be afraid to kick friends and family out early. While they may tease you a little, they'll certainly understand!
It's also a good idea to accept the fact that you may be too exhausted or tipsy to have sex. If one of you falls asleep, or isn't in the mood, remember, it's not a prediction of a doomed marriage. Spend the time relaxing and remembering how wonderful your wedding day was.


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