You plan for a perfect wedding day, so you can ensure your "dream come true."
But, what about the wedding night?
Keep your expectations low and keep the pressure off. You don't want to start your married life with disappointment. You may not have the energy after the big day to pull out all the stops.
Gourmet sex requires planning, just like gourmet cooking. Save the fancy sex for another night. You can't have great sex after arguing with new in-laws and spending hours being polite. If you want quality sex, plan it for a time when you can get ready for relations. The best sex always comes with some planning.
Listen in as Dr. Felice Dunas shares how to be realistic about the wedding night.