Many people second guess having a honeymoon as the wedding day approaches. After all, these trips are expensive, and it takes time away from your “real” life. There is a great deal of preparation required for a honeymoon — and you are already overwhelmed by the wedding details. The extra cost is why so many couples decide to either delay or cancel their honeymoon.
There are many valid and persuasive reasons to have a honeymoon and planning it as close to the wedding date as possible is advisable. You and your spouse need a honeymoon to relax after the wedding. As you settle into a new space with a new life, there are so many things that you need to do. You will never get this time again. It is important to go away and reduce your stress levels. The things that you need to do will be there when you get home.
You need to celebrate your union. You are finally married, and that is a cause for celebration. Kick back and relax, and enjoy your spouse. All too soon there will be kids, in-laws and work issues filling your days. A honeymoon is a once in a lifetime chance to celebrate your love. It is about that connection as a couple. Making love is a big part of solidifying your union. There will be no disturbances, and you can make love all you want. Make sure to have a beautiful setting that fosters intimacy. Familiarity helps to build a strong cornerstone into any new marriage.
Experiencing new foods, new places and finding out more about each other is why this period exists. Quiet time is a treasure and is something that you will remember forever. Long walks on the beach or candlelight dinners are just a part of a successful honeymoon.