Have you ever wondered why there is so much hype about your wedding night? As soon as your wedding is fixed, all your friends start giving you those smirks with their dirty jokes. Well, there are two reasons why the first night after the wedding is special. After a full day of utter exhaustion you get to drop all your physical and emotional inhibitions to bond with your soulmate in the most sacred manner. However, the act itself is an art and you want to make sure that you don’t end up ruining that special moment with any of your silly mistakes. So here is a list of mistakes you should avoid:
For a couple, it’s very important to know each other’s comfort level. So if by any chance you aren’t feeling comfortable or you are too tired or stressed, let your partner know.
This could completely ruin your night! A strict NO NO to this.
Seriously? You waited for this night all your life just to share your wisdom on everyday issues?
This will certainly make your partner feel disconnected.
Dude, are you in the middle of a business conference?
Trust me, these are a big time turn-offs.
It’s important for both the individuals to tell each other about it, but the first night after the wedding is not a good occasion.
Any kind of breach in privacy should not be accepted.
Choose interesting nightwear for yourself to add a bit of spice to the night. Even though you may just decide to rest and take a nap, do it stylishly.
Due to wedding rituals, it’s obvious that the couple will feel tired but the disinterested body language can ruin the whole occasion.
Don’t miss this opportunity to shower all the love you have for your spouse. Make an effort to cuddle them and make them feel special.
Don’t miss out on decorating your bedroom with each other’s favourite things so as to make the moment memorable.
Just as a memento, get each other a small surprise gift to start a new chapter of your life.
You have whole life to discuss all this. So don’t ruin this night.
Your spouse is one person in front of whom you can shed all your inhibitions. Let yourself free.
Do you seriously want children on the first night of your wedding?