Now it is time to reward yourselves. You have spent months and many hours planning your wedding. Planning your honeymoon can be overwhelming. No need to stress. Experience Travelin can help you with the legwork so you are not having to sort through all the details such as catalogs, websites, etc. Do you want to go somewhere you have already been or somewhere new? We will visit with you to see what your wishes are, narrow down your destination and then take the information in order to present you with at least 3 options to consider.
Experience Travelin can help arrange travel for your friends and family to join you for your celebration if desired.
Need A Honeymoon Registry? 100% goes to the couple A Honeymoon Registry is like a wedding registry for your honeymoon. Guests can purchase a Honeymoon Gift Certificate.
The registry is also for those celebrating anniversaries and vow renewals. Friends, families and coworkers aren’t always sure on what to get a couple that has been together 5, 10, 15, 20 or even 50 years!
Here are some things to consider when planning your honeymoon or anniversary trip: 1. Be sure to discuss with fiance or spouse! 2. It is never too early to plan. 6 to 8 months in advance offers better pricing and options. 3. Passports – Consider whether one is needed or not. If one is required and you don’t have one see if you have enough time to obtain one. Passports have to be current 6 months past your return date of your future travel or it needs to be renewed. 4.Destination – Is it a white sand beach in the Caribbean or a tour in Paris and Rome? Do you want all-inclusive or pay as you go? It should be tailored to you. 5. Scheduling – Think about the day and time of your wedding. If you are having an evening wedding leaving the next morning might not be the best time to travel with an early flight the next day. You might want to consider leaving a day or two later. You may opt to travel months later. 6. Time away – If you have only a short amount of time to travel then you might want to consider something close as traveling can take a day to reach your destination. 7. Name changes – Brides are eager to take on the married name. For the honeymoon you will want to use your maiden name. You can change it after you return.