Tuesday, April 8

What Men Want From Wedding Night Sex


7 Things Men Want From Wedding Night Sex

I recently read Charlie Penn's post on what women really want from her husband in wedding night sex. To provide the other part of picture, there are some points given below that men want from the wedding night.

Putting Right to the Acton

Forget the busy party trend. Your friend and family do fine keeping the party. He want to be alone with you, starting with the ride back to the hotel.

That Look in Your Eyes

If he is on his you can say that first-time or on his A-game, he is going to set the mood with some drink that is soft or hard, it depends on her choice or liking disliking with rose petals and some romantic music. His goal seeing that look in your eyes that tells him you can not resist him. it will come naturally so don't worry.


This is one of important and according to me it's a interesting, The only thing men love more than Lingerie is watching a women or hid wife take off lingerie.


Don't stop at lingerie. Contrary to what you may have heard elsewhere, guys do pay attention to heels, jewelry and polish. We love how you look wearing these accessories... and only these accessories.


Don't assume he wants to jump right into the action. The perfect way to rev up his engine is tease his, talk dirty to him and push him to the point of no return.


If you have already been sex,he might feel that he is seen of all your tricks. Surprise him with a "what was that?" moment to let him know the rest of your lives in the bedroom are going to be even more exciting than he could imagine.

A Moment to Take it All In

After the ride is over, take a moment to reflect on the day with him. This is the beginning of the rest of your lives. Till him how special the day was and have one last toast to the start of something beautiful.

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