Heavenly Honeymoons--Advice and Tips for That Perfect Getaway!Written by Larry Denton
Getting married is one of most anticipated and exciting times of your life. And your honeymoon can be most exciting and romantic trip you will ever take, since it represents a celebration of your love, your new marriage, and lifetime commitment you have made. How do you get that "perfect" honeymoon? As with everything else that involves marriage, it is vitally important that you talk with your future spouse. Communication between partners is absolutely essential in a strong and enduring marriage--whether it be about financial decisions, in-laws, or raising kids. That communication channel can begin with planning of wedding ceremony and certainly with decisions concerning honeymoon.
Finding out what your future spouse has for honeymoon expectations and matching them with yours is a good place to begin when planning a honeymoon. Do you want to go around block, or around world? Do you want honeymoon to be exciting and adventurous or lazy and relaxing? Do you want to save money, or really splurge on a big ticket vacation? Do you want sunshine or snow? (Hawaii or Canadian Rockies) Do you want to marry in same place you plan to honeymoon? Answering these questions can help insure that your honeymoon will fulfill your wildest dreams.
Remember, best reason for a honeymoon is to rest, relax and regroup after stresses and rigors of planning and conducting your wedding. The peace of mind which it can bring is worth every penny. Even if you are already living together, you will need to get away and relax after all work you have done to get to this point. Do not treat your honeymoon like another vacation; it is a very special time! A time to bond, to set new directions, lay out goals as a married couple, and to renew your romance.
Having Your Beautiful Wedding--Without "Busting" Your Budget.Written by Larry Denton
He's popped question. And you said "Yes!" Congratulations on your upcoming wedding, one of most anticipated and important days of your entire life. You want it to be a one-of-kind, Cinderella-like, unforgettable and memorable occasion for both you and your guests. So now planning begins. With literally a thousand things to arrange before big day, this is going to take some real decision making. Where do you start in planning for "perfect" wedding? As with everything else that involves marriage, it is vitally important that you discuss event with your future spouse. Communication between partners is absolutely vital for a strong and enduring marriage. It is important to get your life as a married couple off to a good start and talking with your partner about upcoming wedding is an excellent place to begin.
No doubt, weddings can be expensive. The average cost of a wedding today is near $25,000 and wedding industry makes $25.3 billion a year. But your wedding need not bankrupt you or your parents in order for it to be as unique and special as you want it to be. With a little guidance, a few tips and some recommendations we can fulfill your fantasy wedding dreams without starting married life in serious financial difficulty.
First, talk to your partner about expectations. How do you see wedding? Do you want a formal wedding in a grand cathedral or something more casual? Will it be a large wedding or a small, intimate ceremony with family and a few friends? Indoor ceremony or outdoors? Next, begin to budget for items two of you have agreed upon.