Screen-Shot-2015-12-29-at-10.22.40-AM Honeymoon Planning

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Q: What’s the most memorable trip of your life?
A: Your Honeymoon.

Q: So what’s the most stressful trip to plan of your life?
A: Your honeymoon, of course.

But it doesn’t have to be according to the folks at the Sandals and Beaches Resorts who specialize in all-inclusive vacations, consistently ranking high in customer satisfaction polls.


Because one of the keys to a wonderful honeymoon is reaching for your significant other and not your wallet, purse or credit cards. It’s enjoying a luxurious beginning to what you hope is your happily ever after. So what are some recommendations for the Bride-to-be?

  1. Start planning early. Why add to the stress of the wedding by worrying about finding someplace on short notice? It is one less thing to worry about and also something to look forward to in the middle of the “unavoidable” wedding planning stresses.
  1. If you do choose a Sandals Resort, check in online no later than one week ahead of your arrival at Click on the link and follow the instructions. Check-in also entitles you to a free honeymoon romance experience offered at the resort. The honeymoon package includes: a bottle of sparkling wine and a flower-petal turndown on your bed on the first night of your stay and breakfast in bed any morning you choose.
  1. Call ahead, if you are interested in making reservations for the Candle Light Dinner, Couples massages or any of the tours offered by the resort.
  1. Keep an open mind. Work out what you really want and/ or will make you happy. Too many people settle for what they think a honeymoon should be without really thinking what it’s going to give them. Test the limits of your imagination and comfort zone and set the stage for a realistic start to married life.

And finally…

  1. Most people know that a wedding does not make a marriage and neither does a honeymoon. However, make sure you’re both on the same page about what is expected as far as intimacy. Bonding after such a huge milestone is far more important than visiting another museum, beach or shopping mall… unless, of course, that’s what you both want to do.

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