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Wedding Honeymoons

Choosing your wedding honeymoon destination is one of the most exciting parts of wedding planning but with so many amazing locations around the world to choose from you might need a little assistance on deciding where to go. Whether you’re hoping to bask on a beach, snuggle in a ski lodge or head to the countryside for a staycation, the Hitched wedding honeymoon suppliers are on hand to help find and book your dream post-wedding holiday.

Why Do Married Couples go for Honeymoon?

A honeymoon is a holiday taken by newlyweds - typically immediately after they are married. Often celebrated in exotic and romantic settings it is a great idea to enquire with a wedding honeymoon supplier before booking your honeymoon as they will have local knowledge and experience in the country you wish to travel to. This will be especially important if you plan to jet off to a unique honeymoon destination or somewhere you are unfamiliar with. They’ll be able to advise you on honeymoon packages and the best places to travel depending on your taste, budget and the time of year.

Who Pays for the Honeymoon?

Traditionally, it is up to one partner’s family to pay for the honeymoon, but most couples today split the cost or ask for donations from guests towards the honeymoon on their wedding gift list. There is no set way to cover the cost of a honeymoon - it is up to each individual couple and their financial situation and what works for them.

Frequently asked questions regarding Honeymoons

How far in advance should a couple book their honeymoon?

It's a good idea to start planning your honeymoon seven to nine months before your wedding. This will give you time to purchase flights, and get relevant vaccines, passports and visas in order.

How many days should a honeymoon last?

The average honeymoon lasts 7 to 9 days, but can also be longer or shorter. In general, the farther you travel the longer your honeymoon should be, that way you don't spend the entire honeymoon with jetlag. You'll also have to include travel days and take into consideration whether you'll be traveling to different destinations during the honeymoon to make sure you have calm days to just sip a cocktail and enjoy your quality time together.

What to pack for your honeymoon?

Once you've booked your honeymoon you can begin making a list of items to pack for your honeymoon. A great place to start is with your wardrobe. Check what the weather is going to be like and pack accordingly. That said, weather can be incredibly unpredictable, so even if you're going to a tropical island, pack an umbrella and if you're going someplace cold, don't forget sunglasses! Assuming you know how to pack for a trip abroad, we'd like to share a few honeymoon-specific items you may want to pack: portable speakers to play music, a little gift for your new husband or wife, a journal, and special lingerie or pijamas.

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