There are a lot of factors that can determine what’s right for you. The destination you are visiting … what’s the best time of year to visit? Is there better pricing certain times throughout the year? What will the weather be like?
One good reason to travel immediately after your big day is to help relieve the stress. Planning a wedding can be very stressful and what better way to unwind then lying on the beach with a drink in your hand. It’s also nice to spend some special time with your spouse immediately after your special day.
One reason you may need to postpone your honeymoon is to catch up with other responsibilities that you’ve been holding off on because you have been busy planning a wedding. This gives you some time to catch up at work and finish those house projects that you’ve put off. Plus, you may need some extra vacations time to extend that honeymoon a little longer.
My husband and I personally postponed our honeymoon. We were married in the summer in Minnesota so we wanted to wait until the cold and snow arrived to escape. We jetted off to Hawaii a few short months after we were married.
When you’re ready to plan this once in a lifetime trip let me help make your honeymoon dreams come true.
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