Congratulations, newlyweds! Now that you and your wife are officially married, it’s time to kick back, relax, and enjoy each other on your honeymoon. Wait…you did plan a honeymoon, right?
Some couples get so caught up in the wedding… from the planning to the budget, that they may either be too tired to even think about planning a honeymoon, or think they just don’t have the money.
Or maybe you and your new wife just aren’t into the clichéd tropical beach honeymoon. Whatever it may be, planning a honeymoon doesn’t have to be a drag. In fact, it should be fun and give you something to look forward to after finally making your love official.
Here’s a look at some helpful honeymoon planning tips that should make the idea of traveling and enjoying your new life together as wife and wife something special…
Plan a Honeymoon
Yeah, seriously…do it. Don’t put it off as something you’ll do later, because life will most likely get in the way and you’ll never end up going. Even if you’re working with a limited budget, there’s always a way to get out and do something together, even if it’s just a short weekend trip to hotel for some quality rest and relaxation. The two of you deserve it. So plan that honeymoon!
If you are planning a trip abroad, make sure you do your research. The last thing you want to happen is for you and your wife to be sharing newlywed kiss only to find out you’re in a place that isn’t so keep on the gay lifestyle. There are plenty of gay-friendly destinations, so make sure yours is one of them.
Have a Romantic Splurge
Schedule a couple’s massage or make reservations for dinner at a fancy restaurant. You’re honeymoon is all about being romantic…and doing romantic things with each other.
Think Outside the Box
There’s no written rule that says you have to go to an exotic tropical island for your honeymoon. Think of somewhere you’ve both always wanted to go together, or an activity that you both enjoy doing. Center your honeymoon around that instead and you’ll end up with something really memorable!
Keep it Simple and Enjoy Each Other
That’s what a honeymoon is for after all, isn’t it? Enjoy your time away together and keep the trip small and intimate. It doesn’t have to be an all-inclusive, break the bank type of trip. It’s the little things that count…you, your new wife…a bottle of wine…and a little time away to celebrate being newlyweds.