Mountainous Honeymoon Destinations

While many women dream of sun-drenched honeymoons that are spent reclined on white sand under the shade of palm trees, there also exists another kind of bride; she is the kind of gal who thinks there is nothing more romantic than she and her husband teaming up to embrace adventure, fully submerge themselves in nature, leap into new cultures, and climb to new heights. If this sounds like you, perhaps you should consider taking a trip to the mountains for your upcoming honeymoon. Winter Honeymoon - Though the region is breathtaking year round, Aspen, Colorado is renowned for its world-class skiing and snowboarding. Honeymooners can snuggle close as ski lifts raise them high into the majestic mountains; together, the two of you can stand together


Top 5 Honeymoon Destinations

After months and months of planning and preparation that involves intense discussions with the soon-to-be-in-laws, your honeymoon really is something to look forward to. It’s a time when you and your beau can really just relax and enjoy every moment that you have together – with no stress whatsoever. So picking your honeymoon destination is kind of important. Do you want to just lie on the beach and soak up the sun? Do you want to do a bit of sight-seeing? Do you want to be within reach of your relatives, or as far away as possible? Do you want to go somewhere where there will be things to do or nothing but sunbathing and swimming in crystal clear waters? 1) Hawaii For the classic honeymoon destination, head to Hawaii. With its golden


Smart Ways to Reduce Your Wedding Expenses

Your wedding will always hold a special place in your life so you will want to plan it to your best ability. However if you are planning for a big honeymoon trip, or a pretty gift for your fiance, you may have to cut down your expenses a bit to avoid going into debt. And also so that you can also take care of your future needs without any problem. So, if you are planning to have a wedding that will not be taxing on your budget, here are some quick tips to follow: Select the quiet seasons: Just like traveling, there is a peak season for wedding as well. Most of the weddings that take place during the high seasons are costly. The months from May to October are generally regarded as the best time to get married. As such there is a huge rush


The Pros & Cons of Destination Weddings

My sister is struggling with this choice right now. She would love to have a combo wedding and honeymoon someplace fabulous, but she is really torn about the fact that a lot of people will skip it because of the expense. For the couple getting married, it can actually be cheaper, and less stressful to book a wedding package at a resort over a long weekend. The guests, however, unless you are footing the entire bill, may not be as excited about spending money on airfare. Here are the pros and cons to figure out if a destination wedding is right for you.  Pros:  Your wedding will be memorable, and you’ll have a place to return to for special anniversaries.  Statistically, you will spend 40% less on a destination wedding and only


7 Tips for a Memorable Honeymoon

Ahh, the honeymoon. It’s the best part about getting married. You finally get to relax after months of stressful planning, and you get to be together—just the two of you—before real life sets back in. Honeymoons are supposed to be memorable, but there are a few things that can help make this special time leave more lasting memories. Have a budget. It may sound strange, but money is the biggest reason why couples fight, so it’s important to set a budget for how much the honeymoon will cost in general and how much you will spend while there. When you can get this budget secured up front, it will prevent you from overspending and causing fights between the two of you while on your honeymoon. Plan it together. Sometimes one


Turn Your Wedding into an Adventure and Get Married in Some Far Off Location

After you are engaged, you have to decide pretty quick where you're going to get married. Is it going to be somewhere local, maybe where your parents got married? Invite as many people as you can and have a huge celebration. That's great and I'm sure it would be fun. Expensive, but fun. If you're going to spend all that money anyway, wouldn't you love something a bit different? Many people choose to get married in far off places. Sometimes on the other side of the world. Just with their close loved ones to join in the celebrations. You're only going to do it once, so you have to decide if you want to do it at home, or if you will turn it into a big adventure. Just to give you an idea we can look at some places around the world that seem to


Dream Honeymoon Locations

Ah, the stress and frenetic pace of the wedding is over; it's time to take your honeymoon gifts enjoy yourself sunning on a beach or skiing down snowy slopes in an exotic location.  Planning your honeymoon doesn't have to be a stressful event – in fact, it can be your chance to finally go to a destination of which you've always dreamed.  Where will your dream honeymoon be? Paris, Rome, Milan, Barcelona, London, New York, Aspen, Brussels, and other premiere cities are prime destinations for newlyweds, and each is well worth the trip.  But if you want to go off the beaten path a little and have an adventure that will surely become your second favorite memory (after the big day, of course!), why not try a less traveled road? Marrakech.


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