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How to Make Your Wonderful Honeymoon More Memorable

Courtney O’Neill shares tips on making your honeymoon a memorable time of your life. 

Your honeymoon is possibly the most important vacation you will ever take. It is a chance for you and your betrothed to enjoy each other’s company before you get back to the regular grind of jobs, the house, and other demands. Make your honeymoon more memorable and enjoyable by doing something extra special.

Make Your Mark

Tattoos are moving into the mainstream, and you can easily get matching tattoos to share your love for each other with the world. You don’t have to choose sleeves that cover your arms, you can get matching tattoos over your hearts or in another private spot. If you aren’t keen on the idea of permanently inking yourself, consider getting matching jewelry to help remember this special time.

Something Special, Something Different

Whether you are heading out on a cruise or going to the mountains for a week, try to do something different and fun each night of the honeymoon. Go see different shows, take a twilight walk, or visit the local club scene to check out a new comedy act or band. You will still have plenty of special time in the resort, but you will also take back memories and pictures you can share with your friends.

Let Someone Else do the Driving

Make the most of your trip through wine country or take a scenic tour of the city by hiring a limousine and letting someone else do the driving. It’s your honeymoon, why not pamper yourselves? Instead of focusing on traffic, you can focus on each other, take in the scenery, and build memories you will cherish forever.

The Written Word

A picture is worth a thousand words, but notes about how you are feeling throughout the honeymoon will prove to be priceless. Keep a log of the activities each day, including notes on how you feel about your partner. This is the type of journal you will love to revisit throughout the years to remember why you came together, why you fell in love, and why you adore each other.

Breakfast in Bed

One of the great benefits of a honeymoon is that you can sleep in late and wake up relaxed with your wonderful new spouse. While you may choose to get up early some days, you should take at least a few days to sleep in, relax, and enjoy breakfast in bed. Order from room service, or surprise your beloved by making breakfast while they sleep and serving it to them.

Express Yourself

Write your spouse a love letter and deliver it to them on the honeymoon. Jot down notes of affection and leave them around the honeymoon suite where your spouse will find them. They will help feed the romantic mood on this wonderful trip, and your spouse will return and read them time and again over the years.

There are ways to make your honeymoon memorable and wonderful. Taking the time to make your honeymoon even more romantic will help you create fantastic memories you will always cherish. You will help keep the focus on each other and exploring your new relationship as husband and wife.

 

About the Author

Courtney O’Neill is a freelance blogger who writes wedding and honeymoon advice. If you are interested in getting a limousine for your honeymoon so you can drive around in style, use limousineservices.org to find a limo service near you.

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