Arranging A Honeymoon

By Margaret Thatcher

Your honeymoon should be a special time of relaxation and bonding. Yet, failing to appropriately plan it can result in it being frustrating and stressful. Here is some advice to ensure that your honeymoon goes as smoothly as possible.

The most important thing to do is to discuss with your fiance each others preferences in relation to the honeymoon. You should not presume that you already know the type of honeymoon he/she would prefer. Discuss thoroughly location, budget, duration and accommodation. Each of you should first create your own list of preferences and then you should make a comparison to find areas that you have in common.

Travel agents can be of great assistance with the planning of a honeymoon, and can advise you based on each of your preferences. Honeymoons are a type of vacation in which travel agents still receive a commission on booking, meaning that they will normally go out of their way to help you.

After you have consulted with a travel agent and have an idea of the likely cost, create a savings plan and begin setting money aside for it each week. You could additionally ask the travel agent if they offer a honeymoon registry, which gives guests the option to contribute to your honeymoon costs.

Try to prepay as much beforehand as possible. Incidental expenses such as tips and souvenirs, are of little concern, however, if you neglect to allocate money for extra luggage, car rental or day trips, you can easily find yourselves worrying about money when away.

Once you have budgeted your money and booked, the last thing to do is pack. Do this well in advance as it will be something less to concern yourself with in the hectic approach to your wedding. If you leave it until the last minute, the more chance there is of you leaving something behind.

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