Wedding Series 1: Part V – Planning a Honeymoon
After all of the planning and registering and shopping, the big day will come and go. It’s time to relax with your sweetie. Even if your honeymoon can’t be a month-long affair, find a way to satisfy your wanderlust or jump aboard a boat for a relaxing dinner cruise paired with a little dancing to celebrate your recent nuptials.
Kristal and Casey’s Honeymoon
Kristal and Casey’s elopement was everything they wanted in a magical day, but their honeymoon was also beautiful. “We flew to Seattle where we boarded the Grand Princess for an eight-day cruise to Alaska,” said Kristal. You can find awesome vacation package deals if you travel to resorts during the off season months or when the kids go back to school. Or set up a honeymoon registry to allow people to gift you honeymoon upgrades and activities.
San Diego, California
The Hamptons, New York
Big Sur, California
A lot of couples save money by honeymooning close to their wedding ceremony location. Hornblower Cruises & Events have ports only a short drive to some of the best spots in the country. You have your pick from top-rated destinations such as:
Napa Wine Country
The Honeymoon Mindset
You don’t have to travel at all to chill out and spend quality time together. Sometimes, a day at the spa is just what the doctor ordered after a hectic elopement.
You can escape civilization by checking out some of the hot springs near San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego or New York. Many offer spa services, so indulge in a special treat like a couples massage. Regardless of where you spend your honeymoon, enjoy this time together. It’s the perfect end to your fairytale elopement with Hornblower Cruises & Events.