April bridal / wedding / honeymoon headlines

BRIDES suggests options for unique honeymoons: cruises, Kenya, and filming locations from the “Game of Thrones” TV series. Martha Stewart Weddings highlights five reasons why you don’t need to leave the United States to have a fantastic honeymoon. We love all of the ideas in this article. Our own backyard really does have so much to offer. No passport required. This writer tackles work-related wedding and honeymoon questions (e.g., must you invite your boss to your wedding?) BRIDES also covers their best tips for perfectly executing a destination proposal. VOGUE highlights the eight wedding dress trends from the spring 2020 Read More

The Best Activities for a Family Vacation in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is a treasure-trove destination for couples and families alike full of wonderful discoveries. The country is incredibly travel-friendly and easy to navigate which makes it a great destination whether it’s your first trip abroad or the 20th. This charming country that borders the North Sea has deep history to learn from, delicious food, cheese and wine to indulge in and plenty of activities to keep the whole family happy. We especially love the Netherlands for a family vacation because of the huge emphasis on healthy family life which leads to some great attractions for every age. Did we Read More

10 essential honeymoon-worth books

Wedding day has come and gone. All of the bobby pins perfectly holding your hair in place now lay on your bathroom counter. Family has gone back home. Your dress is getting dry cleaned. Friends are slowly posting pictures from the perfect day that everyone is still buzzing about. Unforgettable, indeed. But now, at long last, it’s honeymoon time. Time to relax and unwind – time to forget about every last-minute detail you had to make a decision about. Bliss is just around the corner. Once your suitcase is packed, be sure to slip in some of these books to Read More

You may never want to stay in a hotel again

Most of us who love to travel get a kick out of unique and novel experiences — it’s part of travels endless appeal, after all. Around any corner can be a completely unexpected, new, and fun surprise. Seasoned travelers are often searching out new places –  trying to find “the next” best beach, mountain, urban, or rural destination. One of the easiest ways to find these yet-to-be-discovered gems is to look for novel and quirky accommodations. Travelers might spend months planning transportation, sightseeing, or must-try food — but the default lodging is often a typical hotel. And there’s nothing wrong Read More

Romance Destination: Norway

Have you ever considered your next romantic destination to be Norway? If you answered no, I’m here to change your mind. Norway offers unforgettably romantic experiences in a country known for its natural beauty. The country has something for everyone whether your idea of romantic is champagne in the hot tub under the Northern Lights, a quiet night in watching the snowfall by the fireplace, or skiing after dinner under the summer midnight sun – Norway is something special. All around you’ll find romance with your special someone. Here are some ideas for your unforgettable time in Norway. For the Read More

15 tips for the best vacation ever at Tokyo Disney Resort

If you’ve been to a Disney theme park before, you know what I mean when I say Disney vacations are unforgettably incredible experiences. Tokyo Disney Resort certainly follows suit. But with extra pixie dust. The Tokyo Disney Resort is not just an amusement park, it’s a cultural experience. Tokyo Disney Resort is home to numerous attractions unique to only the Tokyo parks, and Tokyo loves their Disney parks. Get ready to sit next an elderly couple on the roller coaster that does a 360. Be prepared to wear some form of Mickey ears otherwise you’ll be the odd man out Read More

How to Legally Get Married Abroad

A destination wedding can be the most romantic way to begin your marriage. It’s adventurous and exciting for everyone involved, whether it’s an intimate gathering with immediate family or the party of the year for your two hundred closest friends. Arranging a destination wedding can definitely be a huge part of this excitement – picking the stunning beach venue, the most beautiful spa for the ladies to visit, the charming hotel for your favorites to stay in. Although it can take some time, the reward is intangible. As with seemingly everything involved with adulting, a destination wedding has a few Read More

Hate Getting Stressed Out Before The Day of Travel? Try These Travel Tips!

For someone who isn’t used to travelling, the day of the flight can be quite stressful and panic-inducing. You’re literally running toward the airport to make your flight on time, all the while the thought that you forgot something keeps nagging away at you. Of course, many of us are great planners. We follow the “pre-planning” rule religiously when it comes to travelling. What ends up happening is that we enjoy our flights and the overall travel experience, because, well, we have that peace of mind. We get up on time, sip our coffee in peace, even bite into a Read More

Bridal / Wedding / Honeymoon Headlines

Martha Stewart Weddings says you don’t have to feel guilty about planning a DW … Bridal Guide recommends steps for planning a DW and lists its favorite reception trends – plus, it suggests travel trends for couples, reasons to get married in Denver, and epic outdoor excursions for honeymoons … WeddingBells.ca suggests luxe honeymoon options in Los Cabos … Destination I Do offers tips for you to select your wedding attire and pack a suit properly … This “glamour goth” couple picked the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for your ceremony … From “poison” apples to an “Up” themed cake, this bride incorporated amazing Disney details into her reception … Finally, what’s the etiquette when the groom’s mistress crashes the ceremony – dressed in a bridal gown herself? Read More

Five Things You Need to Know about Travel Insurance

Even the most seasoned travelers sometimes feel confused about travel insurance — what’s out there, what it covers, whether or not they need it. While coverage and policies vary from state to state, of course, here are some basics of travel insurance to get you started: There are five main types of travel insurance. What you might need depends largely on what kind of trip you’re taking, what kind of traveler you are, and how frequently you travel. The five main types are: trip cancellation and interruption (full or partial reimbursement for a trip you need to cancel prior to Read More