Planning your Wedding and honeymoon can be overwhelming if you are ready to put in the effort it demands. But how much time have you really invested while planning the most important component of your married life? Everyone has honeymoon jitters no matter how chilled out they may sound. You should totally anticipate and embrace few moments of awkwardness. So be relaxed! There is no right or wrong way in love making. Planning your honeymoon in advance and putting some extra effort for your preparation will help you ease the anxiety making the experience a memorable one! .
Here are some tips to enjoy your honeymoon to the fullest:
Discuss your first night before you plan your wedding time
After the hectic wedding activities, chances are that you both will be pretty tired by the time all the rituals are over. You might want to consider not consummating your relationship until both of you feel up to it. Lowering the expectations could avoid a few tears if you both fall into bed totally exhausted.
Plan your travel ahead
Choose your destination and book in advance and make sure your passport is still valid before you travel. Pack light and appropriate for the season.
Don’t overbook your honeymoon
Do not plan exhaustive tours. It is difficult to have a good sexual experience when you are both tired.
Pack the essentials
High quality music gadgets along with a collection of romantic songs, a couple of aromatic candles, massage oil, KY-jelly (a necessity for many new brides), pain relievers (sometimes the first time causes some discomfort), and personal hygiene products are all good things to have in your honeymoon box.
Taking a shower together will make both of you feel fresh and confident on your B Day. This doesn’t mean you will have to shower every time but being clean for each other makes it more desirable and comfortable for both the partners.
Dressing special for the occasion usually may just make you feel sexier and confident.
Give yourselves freedom to laugh
You’ll be clumsy at first, but you have a lot of years to practice. Laughter and clumsiness together brings in some fun quotient into your sex life.
Communicate what you want
In order to have good sex, you need to communicate your wants, needs, and desires to your partner. Be comfortable asking questions about his/her needs & desires too.
Being safe can actually relax you
Nothing is more stressful than worrying about pregnancy and STI during your first encounter. Use a condom even if you’re on another form of contraception to protect you both from STIs. Planning in advance would actually relax you psychologically.
Take some time to explore each other’s bodies and get to know each crack and crevice. The goal really isn’t just intercourse it is to create a bonding between you two. The fact is you have a better chance of effectively scoring together if there is a lot of foreplay. It’s a good thing to talk about these ahead of time with your partner.
It should not hurt badly down there
If it is the first time, some amount of pain in women is normal but it shouldn’t hurt excessively. Try to use lubricants like KY jelly or lubes. But if the problem is persisting, you should consult your doctor or a gynecologist to see if you have a condition called Vaginismus which causes painful intercourse.
Be prepared to call someone if you have problems
Anything can happen. For example, a young woman can get what was once commonly termed “honeymoon cystitis” – a mild form of Urinary Tract Infection. Take the phone number of your doctor you can talk to if you run into any medical or emotional challenges.