guest post by Almaira at BrideWeddingJournal
If your budget permits, honeymoon at the location of your dreams—Select a location that you both will find enjoyable and relaxing. Exotic honeymoon locations are lovely; however, time spent at a local bed and breakfast resort can prove to be an intimate and romantic getaway as well.
A honeymoon should provide you and your “newly-wed” husband with some treasured share time together now that the wedding is behind you. During your honeymoon, you want to be sure and set aside some time to relax and avoid non-stop activities during your honeymoon.
Both you and soon to be spouse should plan your honeymoon together, including an agreement on the budget, location, length of time, activities and travel logistics. Don’t make the mistake of making assumptions about his wishes. Discussing and coming to mutual comprises about the specifics of your honeymoon are the beginning of effective communication in your marriage.
To ease the anxiety and stress, you may experience planning your honeymoon consider using a travel agent. Select a travel agent you can interrelate well with. You don’t want a travel agent who is too pushy, doesn’t follow-up effectively or is out of date with current travel trends.
If you are planning a destination wedding down, forget to plan ahead by making sure both you and your husband’s passports and or visas are for traveling.
Lastly, as you plan your honeymoon, it is a good idea to check out reviews, experiences and rating from others consumers before you make your final decisions.