Post # 1
My fiancee and I are sexually active with one another, but we have a question to which we haven been hard-pressed to find an answer: is there any sort of traditon in which the bride and groom go for a certain period of time (a week, two weeks, etc.) before the wedding without having sex (apart from the belief that one shouldn’t have sex before marriage)? This, of course, includes the night before the wedding, as we wouldn’t be together then. obviously, the longer we go without having sex, the better it will be on the wedding night, but I was interested in hearing the takes of others. Thanks!
Post # 3
we were on the usual schedual.
Post # 4
I don’t think it really matters?
Our sexually frequency didn’t change before/after the wedding.
Post # 5
He’s not too happy about it, but we decided that by waiting a month it will make our wedding night more special.
Post # 6
We were planning on being romantic and going a few weeks without sex before the wedding, but my last set of birth control pills ran out a couple of weeks before the wedding, and I just happened to be ovulating the week before the wedding. In the end, it didn’t take away anything from the wedding night or the honeymoon, and well, clearly it was a good decision, since we’re expecting in January!
Post # 7
I don’t plan on waiting, unless it just happens that way. I don’t think anything could possibly make the first sex as husband and wife more special than it already is.
Post # 8
We went about 2 weeks, and I’m sooo glad we did! The wait was definitely worth it.
Post # 9
I really don’t get the point of taking a “sex break” before the wedding. DH and I didn’t even stay together the night before the wedding but we still snuck off for a little fun before going to our separate rooms for the night.
And sex on our wedding night was still incredibly special (and very good!).
Post # 10
We stayed together/had sex the night before our wedding. Wedding night sex was still special. I don’t really understand how waiting a certain period of time before the wedding night would make any difference.
Post # 11
We will probably not do it the night before; I don’t want to sleep together or see him that morning.