Your vows have been exchanged, the bouquet has been tossed and the cake has been cut. Once the wedding formalities are over with and you have wined and dined with your guests, you are anxious to set off for your honeymoon. To make sure that your honeymoon holiday is a memorable one, carefully consider the following prerequisite guidelines:
The honeymoon location should be a joint decision
It really is advised for both bride and groom to be involved in choosing a honeymoon holiday. Before you decide to book a hotel or purchase the plane ticket run over the options with your future spouse and try to reach a mutually acceptable decision! Seasoned wedding planners would agree that it is always better to rule out the element of surprise than have a wretched experience!
Tailor-make the honeymoon holiday to suit your interests & tastes
A memorable honeymoon holiday hinges on the couple’s flair for details as well. Some newlyweds prefer to opt for a secluded romantic location where nobody intrudes on their privacy and hence allows them to fully enjoy each other’s company. Others step out of traditional norms and envisage an utterly different honeymoon: instead of finding themselves whisked away on an idyllic, private Caribbean island, they need to meet other people, explore different cultures, face challenges – in short, get the adrenaline flowing through their veins. Therefore, before you choose a honeymoon location make sure you will not get bored or feel ill at ease.
Mind the budget
A mistake no newlyweds should make is to gloss over the overall costs when choosing a honeymoon destination. It is of utmost importance that all offers are thoroughly considered before making the final choice. After all, although accommodation and location are vital in determining the success of your first and presumably passionate romantic getaway as a couple, how much you spend on such a holiday should remain within the bounds of reasonability especially when you are on a tight budget!
Be in tune with your instincts!
When choosing a honeymoon holiday, most future spouses are inclined to book a hotel room or a bungalow on an exotic island or in a romantic city. Traditional locations sure to capture the hearts of most honeymoon couples! But if, while perusing through a colourful travel brochure, you find a less touted yet interesting place, you should yield to your instincts and spend your honeymoon there! In the end, choosing a honeymoon holiday is not as easy, all one has to is is to bargain for all ups and downs!