Thursday 10 November 2016

Wedding Planning? Don't Neglect The Honeymoon!

When it comes to planning the perfect wedding, there’s more than just your special day to consider. The honeymoon is the first thing the two of you will do as man and wife, so you want to make sure you get it right. It can be easy to get lost in the wedding planning mayhem and forget to give ample attention to your honeymoon. It’s worth dedicating a little time and effort to your honeymoon as well, though. A honeymoon is another thing you’re only planning on doing once. Taking time to research will make sure it’s as romantic as possible. Here are a few things you should consider during your planning!


The location of your honeymoon is essential. This is a once in a life-time opportunity to go somewhere you have both always wanted to visit. Think romance above all else. You’re going to be loved up after your wedding. Finding yourself in an unromantic country is a sure way to kill the buzz. Keep the romance alive by picking a country perfect for lovers. Somewhere like Venice or Paris is sure to keep the honeymoon intimate. Imaging candlelit dinners and strolling hand in hand down cobbled streets. It may also be worth looking into the most secluded places you can find. Make your honeymoon a time for you and your husband to get lost in each other. The fewer people around, the better! There are many secluded holiday destinations out there. Do a little research and see.


Considering what time of year your honeymoon will be is key to getting things perfect. Check what the weather will be doing in your chosen destination at that time of year. It’s no good going to a  sunny country in the rainy season. A rainy honeymoon is not anyone’s idea of fun, and the wet weather will put a damper on your time away. If your dream destination is set for storms and horrible days, you may want to look elsewhere. If you've got your heart set on a particular area, it may be worth putting the honeymoon off for a while. After all, there’s no need to have a honeymoon straight after the wedding. It’s increasingly common for a honeymoon to be a few weeks or months after the wedding itself. This can be a good idea because it helps to spread the enjoyment of the wedding. It also means you’ll be more relaxed when the time comes!


Along the same vein, it’s worth considering what time of month you will be going away. You don’t want your womanly curse visiting you during your romantic time away. This may seem a strange consideration to take, but you’ll be glad you did when the time comes. After all, are you planning to leave the bedroom during the week? It may be a little extreme to hold a honeymoon off entirely to avoid mother nature. There are steps you can take, though. If you want the chance to get intimate with your husband, look at Norethisterone online. Norethisterone is a magic drug that holds your period off for a determined amount of time. The drug can delay your period for up to seventeen days, and would allow for plenty of uninterrupted passion. Think about this in advance, and take the precautions necessary!


After your wedding, money can be tight. You may want to splash out, but consider a realistic budget before you start planning. With the massive expense you spent on your special day, you may need to tighten the purse strings. If you want your holiday to be no expenses spared, you ought to think again about holding it off. A great way around any money troubles is to ask your wedding guests for money instead of gifts. Use that money to pay for your honeymoon. Of course, that would mean holding the honeymoon off for a fair amount of time. This can be a fantastic thing to do. It’ll make your guests happy to know they have contributed to your time away! It’ll still feel like a part of your wedding because it’s your guest's money that will get you there.

Ultimately, the honeymoon is about romance. There are things to consider, but don’t let the stress of planning take away from your special time. Make sure, once you’re there, to enjoy each other’s company. There aren’t many times when the two of you will be able to appreciate each other, uninterrupted.

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