How To Plan Your Honeymoon

Getting to wake up to a beautiful sunset in an exotic land after all the chaos of planning a wedding has ended, is the best feeling in the world. Every bride and groom needs a good holiday after the trauma and stress they’ve been through, planning every detail for their wedding. The perfect honeymoon will allow you and your significant other to unwind in style so we have compiled a list of tips and tricks that you can use when planning your post wedding getaway.

Check with a travel agent

If you’re overwhelmed with the tasks you have to complete before the wedding and have no time to even think about a honeymoon, go ahead and get in touch with a travel agent. Your travel agent will be a godsend when planning your honeymoon as they will make your planning process a whole lot easier, they will also be able to get you the best deals on everything from the hotel rooms to fancy dinners and in transfer service.

If you have picked your honeymoon spot to be in Brisbane, they will be able to get you everything from an airport transfers Sunshine Coast to Brisbane to a fancy hotel room at the best hotel in the city.

Have a fixed budget

I’m pretty certain that after throwing a big wedding, your finances are pretty shaken up and there’s a lot to do with the money received at the wedding such as buying furniture for your new home and what not so having a fixed budget is the best way to keep yourselves from going on a spending spree in the Bahamas. Maybe having a fixed budget on your way to Brisbane will not guarantee you a limo hire or a room at the best hotel in the city but when you go back home and you have more money to spend on your home, you will be more than glad about the budgeting.

You can come up with a budget after looking at the place you want to visit. When you know where you want to start off your married life, go online and compare ticket prices and hotel room prices to get the best deals.

Pack smart and wisely

After you have got everything planned out, give packing some thought. You do not need to spend an extra few bucks to carry most of your clothes to another country so I suggest packing light and packing only the necessities. Another tip would be to not pack your relatives as well, I have heard of many couples who have done this and had their honeymoon ruined. If your five year old has never been to Melbourne, tell him parents to take him there next summer and don’t to be guilt tripped into taking him on your honeymoon as well.