Planning Your Wedding in 2015

New Year 2015No matter how large or small your wedding will be, you will likely spend months planning it, if not longer. However, once the ceremony is over, the reception is finished, and all of your friends and family have returned home, it’s time for you and your newly wedded spouse to take a vacation. While most of your effort may go in to planning the wedding, taking some time to think about your honeymoon well in advance is always a good idea. Follow these tips to get the most out of the first vacation of your married life.

There are many reasons why you should plan ahead. Not only will you be able to secure lower rates for flights if you plan on traveling across the country or overseas, but you can weigh your options and find the right place for your honeymoon. You and your spouse may think you want to go to one particular destination, but after reading more about it change your mind completely. Making these decisions early on will give you the extra time you need to be able to do some research.

Knowing your budget is also essential. You don’t want to return home from your honeymoon and find you’re in debt. Make a simple budget that covers the major expenses, including travel, lodging, and meals so you have a rough idea of how much you will be spending. Of course, being spontaneous can be fun, so you don’t want to kill the mood by having every single hour of your week planned out in advance.

Other things you should figure out in advance is what dates you will be gone, the locations of some of the major sights you want to visit, and whether or not your trip will require a visa. For more tips about honeymoons, and of course weddings, keep checking back with our blog!

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