Planning Your Honeymoon

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Your wedding was a huge success!

Now its time get away, relax and enjoy some time together as husband and wife. What better way to begin married life than on a romantic honeymoon getaway.

Honeymoon planning should begin with an honest assessment of what you can realistically afford to pay. Traditionally the cost of paying for the honeymoon is the groom's responsibility. Today many working couples share in the cost and the honeymoon planning. If the bride and groom will be paying for their honeymoon together, the cost should be factored into their overall wedding budget.

Honeymoon Ideas

Once you have a good idea of what you will be spending - now come the fun part -deciding where to go. Do you want pristine beaches with long walks in the sand and fruity drinks beneath the stars. Are you into sea kayaking, scuba diving, rock climbing or endless rounds of golf? Would you rather dance until dawn on a moonlit cruise or stroll through art galleries, museums, interesting shops and outdoor cafes? If you're interested in a honeymoon in Israel, the possibilities for city, beach or outdoor activities are all available.

To find a qualified travel agent ask family and friends for recommendations. Otherwise, use the internet to research various romantic honeymoon destinations and book your reservations.

If you're considering an all-inclusive honeymoon resort or honeymoon cruise, find out exactly what expenses are included and which expenses are not. Does the quoted price include meals, alcohol, airfare, tax, gratuities and entertainment? If you maintain a Kosher diet, contact the resort to find out what kosher food and kosher wine is available.

If planning an overseas honeymoon destination, find out what documentation and inoculations you'll need before you leave. Six months before your wedding would be a good time to make sure your passports are up to date. If not you will need to fill out a passport application.

Bon Voyage!


Jewish Wedding Planner, 2007