First Timing is everything, if you are planning a honeymoon in the Caribbean, with the hurricane season in the Atlantic in mind. It runs from June 1 to November 30 and can naturally produce some very wet weather. We will not tell you to change your location, just remember that some indoor activities (or very wet outdoor ones) may be on tap for you. Of course, when we say indoor activities, you know what we mean (so it can not be that bad).
Do not rush your second A common misconception is that you need to leave for their honeymoon the morning after the wedding. While many couples choose to do this, it is certainly not a requirement. Definitely will be exhausted after a long night of eating, dancing and schmoozing at the wedding reception - why not give you a few days to relax and open gifts before leaving for their honeymoon. You should also be able to catch some better flight departing from Monday to Wednesday.
Relying Do not wait 'till the last minute, do yourself a favor and get your trip booked sooner rather than later. In this way you will save some money on room rates and airfares. It will also free up time closer to the wedding to deal with most of the detail oriented material (which beer to serve the rehearsal dinner).
4th Do not get ahead of yourself, remember to order all ticket's maiden name, your spouse. There is often a large gap in time that the file name change, and when it is officially approved. We suggest you wait to make the official change after the honeymoon, so you do not get caught in a fiasco license / passport.
5th Surprise of know that grooms have gone all out in planning surprises and make something special for your bride. We need one more tip for you that will help to start the honeymoon off on the right foot. Call ahead to where you live and have some roses, chocolates, or even a new dress waiting in your room upon arrival. We have a good idea of how you want thanks.