You can’t deny the fact that you’ve imagined and fantasised how beautiful and intense the sex and love making with your spouse will be on your honeymoon night! LOL!
The down side is that a lot of couples get disappointed about that exact act on their first honeymoon night because it doesn’t always go the way they’ve always imagined. Truly, it’s nothing to worry about because after the dancing and partying and eating and greetings of the wedding weekend, both of you are bound to be tired!
The excitement of looking forward to THAT “night of sex” is what majorly causes the disappointment if it doesn’t go the way you wanted it but you must realise that there are and will always be many more “nights”.
Although there could also be many other reasons…
The reason is that you are currently in a new relationship and both the parties need some time to get comfortable and explore each other.
According to clinical psychologist Dr. John Gottman, the honeymoon period is a time when both partners are getting to know each other. He says that this can last anywhere from three to twelve months after marriage or moving in together. It’s also important to remember that if you have been with your partner for many years then they will already be familiar with your body and will be able to tell what you need more than when you first start dating someone.
While it is normal for couples not having sex during their honeymoon period, it does not mean that there are any issues between them or that they don’t like each other physically anymore—it’s just part of the process as they get used to living together as a married couple or living under one roof again (after moving out).
But there are certain things you need to know in order to make your honeymoon night successful and a great experience.
Set the mood right. The room should not be too hot or too cold.
The room should not be too hot or too cold. It should be dark enough to set the mood and quiet enough to hear each other breathe, but comfortable enough for you both to relax.
Remember: You can always turn on more lights or turn up the AC if things get too hot, but if you’re whispering in your wife’s ear and she can’t hear what you say because there aren’t any night noises around, it won’t matter how good your foreplay was earlier!
You can also play some music to set the mood.
You can also play some music to set the mood. You don’t want it too loud, but something that will put you and your partner in a sexy state of mind.
One thing I recommend is that you play two different types of music: soft and slow songs, as well as upbeat and fast-paced ones.
Some sweet and faint lighting in the room will do wonders for you.
Lighting is an underrated component of romance, but it can do wonders for your honeymoon night. The right amount of light can set the mood and make your new partner feel at ease. Some sweet and faint lighting in the room will do wonders for you both.
You might be thinking “I don’t want to spend any money on candles” or “I’m not good at lighting them because they usually fall over as I leave them unattended” or “There’s no way my honeymoon hotel will have any candles available!” But don’t fret! There are plenty of ways to get some soft lighting without having to break out your credit card or burn down your hotel room (or get arrested).
- Light a few candles and dim the lights so that there is still enough illumination for both of you to see each other but not so much that it’s blinding either one of you from seeing each other’s faces clearly.
- If this isn’t possible because there aren’t any lamps in your room, ask if they have low wattage bulbs available instead — these allow more natural light into the room while still giving off enough illumination so that vision isn’t impaired too much (and definitely not enough to impair sexual performance). It’s also easier on energy bills by using less electricity than normal bulbs would use!
And yes, remember to switch off your phone or any other gadget or device which might disturb you at that moment.
- Turn off your phone.
- Turn off the TV.
- Turn off the radio.
- Turn off the lights.
- Turn off the air conditioning or heater (or both if you have them).
- And most importantly, turn off everything else that might distract you from your spouse on this special day—everything!
You can also try different positions instead of sticking on to one position all the time from beginning till end.
You can also try different positions instead of sticking on to one position all the time from beginning till end. You can try different things to see what works for you and also for your partner. This way not only will it be easier, but also interesting and fun to do as well!
Try different positions because it will help you explore each other’s body more and learn what pleases your partner more.
Also, try asking your partner what they like and love doing while they get intimate because that way both of you can live each other’s fantasies as well.
On this special night, both partners have to make sure that they are not forcing anything on their partners and are making them feel comfortable all the time
- Don’t force anything on your partner. Sex is about pleasure, not about feeling like you’re owed something. If your honeymoon night goes off as well as you’d hoped, that’s great! But if it doesn’t and one of the partners feels uncomfortable or pressured into going along with things, that can be a problem.
- Don’t let your partner feel like they’re not good enough for sex or making love because of their body type, race, gender identity or sexual orientation. If they tell you they don’t want to do something in bed (or other areas), respect their wishes and find another way to comfort each other that doesn’t involve sexual intimacy at all times during this special night together as a married couple—even if that means taking turns massaging each other with lotions instead of making out under blankets until midnight rolls around again tomorrow morning!
Relax, enjoy, and have fun. That’s all!