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Traditionally it is the Grooms responsibility to plan the Honeymoon and for some this can be a rather daunting process.
Where to begin? The first things to think about are how much time you would like to be away for, how far you are wanting to travel, what places you would love to visit and how much money you are wanting to spend?
I spoke to quite a few couples at one Manawatu Wedding Expo and the consensus were that they were planning to have a couple of days away in New Zealand straight after the wedding and take a longer getaway later on. This seems to be quite common in today’s society.
Gone are the days where the couple depart from the wedding reception to head straight to their Honeymoon destination and arrive back a week (or more) later refreshed and ready to being their married life.
How to have the most Romantic Honeymoon NZ you both want and deserve
Saving for your wedding can be stressful and laborious and knowing there is a Honeymoon to save for as well can add extra stress to an already stressful process.
We decided to ask our guests for donations in lieu of gifts at our wedding as we had everything we needed as a couple and knew that saving for our wedding would be hard enough without having to save for a Honeymoon as well. We were rather excited and honoured by our friends and family when we received more than enough for our Honeymoon.
The team over at Romantic Gestures™ can take all the stress away from what should be a wonderful time for you both. Contact them to find out how you can have the Romantic NZ Honeymoon you deserve and how other couples have secured their Romantic Gestures™ Honeymoon.
Don’t be like the couple here who managed to force an emergency landing of an aircraft whilst on route to their Honeymoon.
Tell us below where you went on your Honeymoon or if you are not yet married, where you would like to go in NZ.