While you may get caught up in all the flurry of wedding plans, but do not forget that your honeymoon will also require some serious thought and consideration.
Remember that the honeymoon is your first trip as a married couple. Sure you want to really enjoy it? For that you also have to choose a destination that you both like. Well here are some tips for planning your honeymoon.
Prepare a budget that is suitable for your honeymoon. Remember to include all costs to the list. The budget plan will include: airfare, accommodation, car rental, food, travel souvenirs, and taxes.
You can subsidize the cost of a few frequent flyer points or vouchers of your honeymoon might have been saved before. Use these points to the price of your airfare, rental car or hotel room upgrade.
Once you have decided where your destination, be sure to book plane tickets and accommodations. Keep track of reservations and revenue numbers so you will always have a reference point if anything goes wrong.
You also need to kept a folder in a filing cabinet or folder for all documents relating to the honeymoon. Include a list of phone numbers for all the places you’ll stay during your trip and all other related services.
If traveling abroad, you will need a passport. Make sure your passport is valid and the name on your airline tickets must match the name on your passport. When booking your plane ticket, be sure to use your maiden name. Maybe there is a visa required for a specific purpose so be sure to apply for this if you need. You may need to meet certain pre-conditions before traveling abroad.
For example, if you are traveling somewhere exotic, you may need to have vaccinations before you go. Make sure you know what it takes to travel from.
You may need to buy luggage. Also buy any travel accessories at any time you need. For example: power adapter, film for cameras, batteries and sunscreen. Manage your credit cards and make sure the card is valid and legitimate in the circumstances. You must have enough cash or checks for the trip. Because it is a good idea to buy some currency of the country you are visiting. Always a good idea indeed, to have a little cash on hand when you arrive at your destination.
Make sure that all your booking has been confirmed and given a copy of the schedule to a friend or relative. Include a list of phone numbers so you can be reached in case of emergency. If you are going to go more than a month, make sure the bills that come up have been paid.
Make sure pets are well cared for while you are away. Invite a friend to keep an eye on your home and stop by to just watering plants and taking the letter in the mailbox. As an alternative, you can tell the sender to send anything to the house of a friend or relative’s house during your trip.