Mar 1, 2012

How to Plan a Great Honeymoon

The ring’s on your finger, the date has been set, and you’re ready to walk down the aisle with the love of your life. The one thing that hasn’t been decided, however, is where you’re going to head after you’ve been pronounced husband and wife - which, let’s face it, is one of the best parts of getting married! Your honeymoon will be a trip neither of you will ever forget, so it’s important to pick the perfect setting. Of course, every couple is different, and whether you choose that Fiji holiday package you’ve been dreaming about or a trek through the South American jungle instead, there are a few ways that you can ensure you both have the time of your lives.

Be Honest About What You Want

Your honeymoon is not the time to keep quiet and build resentment over the fact that you’re not having a good time, and a lot of couples find that one member sacrifices their idea of a perfect honeymoon due to what the other member wants. If your groom-to-be wants to head off to see the ancient ruins of Egypt but your idea of fun is something a lot more relaxed, don’t neglect to mention it—you’ll just end up wishing you had.

Instead, have a long talk about what you both want out of a honeymoon. Time together is obviously the most important thing, but so is being able to relax and celebrate your recent nuptials. You’ll find that when you’re both honest about what you want, a compromise is a lot easier to reach.

Spoil Yourselves

Budget is always an important consideration, but there are ways you can make your honeymoon extra-special with a few luxuries. If your budget only extends to a very basic overseas holiday, why not choose a domestic destination and spend the money on really living it up? Alternatively, instead of asking for gifts in your wedding registry, ask that money be donated towards your honeymoon fund - and then use the cash to splash out on a trip you’ll never forget.

No Fuss
Long, complicated travel itineraries do not make for a relaxing honeymoon. After the stress of organizing a wedding, the last thing you want to be doing is spending your time consulting maps, guidebooks and a strictly scheduled itinerary in order to get everything done that you had planned.

Instead, why not choose a holiday package in which most of the worrying and planning is done for you? A
Fiji cruise or an all-inclusive resort where everything is pre-paid and taken care of is the perfect way to free up time on your honeymoon!

2 komentar:

sm March 01, 2012  

yes is good idea to use a holiday package for honeymoon.

o2-fresh (R Arief P Hafid) March 02, 2012  

nice posting..

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