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Honeymoon Planning

A quick guide to get you started on planning your honeymoon.

  1. Set a Budget:

    • Review your finances and determine how much you're willing to spend on your honeymoon.

  2. Choose a Destination:

    • Discuss and decide on the location for your honeymoon based on your interests, preferences, and budget. Need some ideas?

  3. Book Flights or Plan out road trip:

    • When booking flights look for the best deals and book in advance. Keep dates flexible to allow for booking fights when the pricing is lowest and then finalize transportation and housing.

  4. Accommodations:

    • Work with your spouse-to-be and a travel agent to help you find the perfect fit. Consider amenities, location, and reviews.

  5. Travel Insurance:

    • Your travel agent can help with this. Also, some inclusive packages and AirB& B bookings can help by adding this for your trip.

  6. Create an Itinerary:

    • Even if you are looking for a laid-back week at a resort there can be many things to do. Even if the itinerary is a loose idea of what you would like to do it can help make sure you don't miss out on anything you really wanted to experience on this once-in-a-lifetime trip.

  7. Pack wisely:

    • Make a packing list and ensure you have all the essentials for your trip, including travel documents, clothing, toiletries, and any special items you may need.

  8. Arrange Transportation:

    • Make sure you have a ride to the airport and home.

    • Check out deals on rental cars and check out the local transportation systems and if Uber is available where you are headed.

  9. Make Reservations:

    • Review your itinerary and make any needed reservations, Spa days, or special dinners.

  10. Inform Others and Take Care of Day to Day while gone:

    • Getting time off work and arranging for your task to be covered while out of work.

    • House sitters for pets and plants

    • Child care if needed while you're away

    • Mail placed on hold or someone trustworthy to collect it while you are gone.

  11. Check Passport and Visa requirements:

    • Most airlines and resorts can be a great resource for this information when booking.

    • Double-check well in advance that your ID and Passport will not expire while you are gone.

    • renew before leaving if needed.

  12. Finances:

    • Notify your bank of your travel plans to avoid issues with using your card abroad and consider exchanging currency if needed.

  13. Confirm your details:

    • Double-check all the reservations and arrangements a few days before departure to ensure everything is in order.

  14. Enjoy your Honeymoon:

    • Now that all the hard work of planning is finished you can enjoy the spoils of your labor.

  15. If you found this guide helpful post your photos and experience on social media and use #hatfieldknows

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