“The 5 Do’s and Don’ts Of Honeymoon Planning”
By Unforgettable Honeymoons : The Romantic Travel Experts
Celebrating 25 Years in Business
1): Do Always use a reputable travel professional to help you plan your honeymoon, make sure they are well-traveled and can speak from a real travel experience, not from reading out of a brochure.
Makes sure your travel agent has been in business for at least 7 years, their web site is a member of the Better Business Bureau, they are Iatan endorsed, have many positive reviews, and testimonials that are over a period of time. If they have not traveled to the location you hope to visit, find an agent that has and can share with you first-hand information!
2): Don’t always take your friends advice who just got back from their honeymoon, their base of comparison might be very different from yours, what is luxury to them, might not be for you!
3): Do sit down with your fiancé and make a list of the three “must haves” for your honeymoon destination and resort. Plan it together, and have a goal to choose a spot that suits both of your preferences.
4): Don’t book your airline reservations under your married name, it takes several weeks to get your name changed to your married name.
5): Do consider going to your dream location for a shorter stay (4 or 5 nights) instead of settling for a second choice honeymoon or a full week. You won’t regret it.
About The Author, Renee Meyer:
“Romantic Travel Specialist” Renee Meyer first started assisting couples in planning their Honeymoon in 1994, while she was working for a very successful nationwide singles organization. As a former professional Figure Skater, Renee had the opportunity to travel extensively, gaining first-hand knowledge of many worldwide destinations. Her love of Travel and Romance was the inspiration behind Unforgettable Honeymoons – which Renee opened in 1994. Unforgettable Honeymoons has grown to become one of the Nation’s leading Honeymoon specific Travel Agencies and has also been featured on the Dr. Phil Show, in Newsweek, USA Today, LA Times, Islands Honeymoon & Weddings magazine, plus many more.