Do start your honeymoon planning early. You should not leave your honeymoon planning until the last minute. You can save significantly if you book early, as well as many popular destinations are booked up quickly for peak season, so you may not get your first choice, or even your second or third choice, if you procrastinate. Remember - it’s never too early to start planning.
Another mistake is not taking a honeymoon. Though life is pretty busy, but your job/company/family will not really fall apart if you take some time for yourselves. Your honeymoon is a special time that you and your beloved will remember forever. If all you can take is a day off, take that time and let us make it special for the two of you. And do you want to look back on this time years from now and regret that you didn’t?
Set an adequate budget for your honeymoon. If you are going for a night or a week or longer - even if you don’t think you can afford a honeymoon - we can help you save money, get perks and upgrades not available to others, and make it a special time you’ll remember forever.
Consider a Honeymoon Registry. The “honeymoon registry” works just like a bridal registry. Find somebody to set up your registry, and provide you with complimentary cards to go inside your invitations to let folks know where and how they can contribute to making your dream honeymoon come true. This registry is especially popular with couples that already have all the household items they need. There are many couples that have had their honeymoon vacation completely paid for by their registry, and often with a little left-over cash to spend on their honeymoon as well.
Do not forget to book a hotel room for your wedding night! Many couples are so focused on the big day, and on arriving at their honeymoon destination, that they forget about the wedding night if they aren’t leaving right after the wedding. Your first night together is special, so put some thought into where you’ll stay and how you’ll get there after the reception.