Friday, November 21, 2008

Keys to a Relaxing Honeymoon

Bride and Bloom magazine recently shared the
Four Ways to a Relaxing Honeymoon

The purpose of a honeymoon is to help you and your husband unwind after the stressful task of planning a wedding. It is when you are finally rewarded for all the months of hard work you put into your special day. Once the cake has been eaten and the champagne has been drunk, it’s finally time to get away! Here are four ways to help you have the most relaxing honeymoon possible. 

1.    Be Organized
Make sure to have your airline tickets, passports travel itinerary ready to go a week before your wedding. There is nothing more stressful than missing an important document that can ruin your travel plans. Also, pack your suitcase as early as possible because last minute packing is a sure way to forget something.

2.    Start Slowly
When you reach your honeymoon destination give yourself a little time to take a breather, especially if you left for your trip immediately after the wedding. Chances are you’re going to be exhausted from the stress, alcohol, and dancing of the wedding day activities and you’re going to need time to unwind. Check into your hotel room, hang the “Do Not Disturb” sign and go into hibernation with your new hubby until you feel refreshed enough to start your vacation. 

3.    Pamper Yourself
Nothing will help you slip into vacation mode like a day at the spa. Book a massage and spend the afternoon being pampered. Don’t forget to take advantage of the many amenities hotel spas have to offer, like the sauna, steam room, and Jacuzzi. 

4.    Don’t Over Plan
A common mistake that many travelers make is over planning their trip. Resist the urge to plan tours and excursions every day. Take some time to enjoy your hotel. Read a book in the lounge, take naps in the afternoon, or soak up the sun by the pool. Laze around without the guilt and refresh your mind, body and spirit.

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