October Bridal / Wedding / Honeymoon Headlines

Bridal Guide suggests romantic U.S. places for elopements. The publication rounded up modern twists on popular Jewish wedding traditions and this interesting look at how wedding dresses are made nowadays. WeddingBells.ca lists reasons why couples should consider eloping (plus, this focus on a Bahamas resort run by two HGTV stars). The Washington Post says many couples are still planning Destination Weddings – as long as they can figure out how to get there. BRIDES reports on tips for planning Destination Weddings in Las Vegas – plus, this advice on using electronic save-the-date notices. This FedEx worker earned his company’s highest

Where Americans Can Travel Right Now

We all could use a vacation right now. You may think there aren’t a lot of options available for international travel, but you might just be surprised. At the time of writing there are currently 61 countries open with no restrictions to travel for US citizens and a further 92 that are partially open with a variety of requirements due to Covid-19.  If you have an insatiable travel bug (like we do), this article is where you belong. To keep things easy for you, we’re showcasing the wide variety of options available to you for amazing and unforgettable travel adventures

Destination: Costa Rica

Good news for the wanderlust traveler! Costa Rica is opening its door to all US citizens beginning on November 1 entering from all three of the country’s international airports. With a large draw of the country being its outdoor and activities in nature, this is a great destination for keeping safe socially distancing. From trekking, to bird watching, to lounging on the beach, Costa Rica has something for every type of traveler. These days we could all especially use a relaxing vacation away from it all. This Central American destination offers a great value for your dollar on accommodations and

5 Tips for an Incredible Micro-Wedding

This year has thrown us all off. Plans canceled, flights canceled, learning how to work from home while being a home-school teacher, chef, and entertainment coordinator. It’s been a heck of a year. But one trend we love that has come from this chaotic year is the micro-wedding. They’ve always been around – a special affair with a small number of your closest friends and family. But now that we’re all practicing social distancing, avoiding large crowds, and trying to gather outside, the micro-wedding has never been more in vogue. Just because the word “micro” is in the title doesn’t

March Honeymoon Destinations

March marks the spring equinox. A time of new beginnings in life and light after winter has subsided. Thanks to this breath of new air, March is a great time for weddings and honeymoons. Beginning a new chapter of life with the one you love. Perhaps blossoming into a new you, starting a new family, or at least a new chapter in the story of your life. With the theme of renewal and spring in mind, we set out to find a variety of honeymoon adventures to inspire you. From far-flung foreign destinations to an American icon, we hope you

Fiji Paradise: Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

In our never-ending quest to find you (and us) the best spots on the planet to spend your hard-earned vacation days, sometimes we come across locations that stick out head and shoulders above the rest. Sometimes it is a hidden gem spa destination, a quiet mountain town perhaps, or a country you have never considered or maybe even heard of. This time however, it’s a beach resort that just does everything right. Looking for a gorgeous beach bungalow honeymoon getaway? Check. A family resort with tons of activities for the kids? Check. Always dreamed of learning to dive but wanted

August Bridal / Wedding / Honeymoon Headlines

Bridal Guide recommends “Instagram-worthy” honeymoon spots and the best all-inclusive U.S. resorts – plus, it warns against the 10 biggest post-wedding mistakes couples make. WeddingBells.ca suggests planning honeymoons in Iceland – and, the best ways couples’ wedding parties can help them plan things. This article suggests perfect U.S. road trips for honeymooners. Here’s a groom in trouble – he spent $8,000 of the couple’s honeymoon fund on a gaming PC. This bride canceled her Destination Wedding – after 40 guests had already paid for their own trips – to use the wedding funds for a house down payment (instead of

Your Custom Vacation in Fiji: Namale Resort and Spa

One of the most common questions we get from travelers is, “How do I choose where to go on vacation?!” The options are honestly overwhelming. Take into account time of year, weather, budget, distance/travel time to get to a given location (3 layovers? really?), and it all becomes a little stressful. Really how in the world can anyone decide on where in the world to take a dream vacation? You can scroll Instagram until your fingers hurt looking for destination inspiration. Or you can take our word and head to Namale Resort and Spa in Fiji – one of our

How One Couple Saved Their Honeymoon

All that remained of Rick and Tina’s perfect wedding was the cake in the freezer to eat on their anniversary. A few leftover ingredients from the s’mores bar that was a hit with the kids are also around and a whole lot of memories are wrapped up in close to a million pictures. Now it was time for an idyllic honeymoon in Bali. Except on Tuesday morning, the alarm didn’t go off and the happy couple woke up in a panic. Too late to make their flight to Los Angeles, this also meant they’d miss their connecting flight from Singapore

July Bridal / Wedding / Honeymoon Headlines

Destination I Do recommends “must have” clothing items for honeymooning brides. Due to Covid-19, microweddings and minimonies may be here to stay … and, this New York Times article concurs. Bridal Guide shares ideas for making small weddings spectacular – plus, it’s collected great suggestions for beach weddings and this checklist of wedding day timing dos and don’ts. More couples have asked wedding guests to “unplug” at their ceremonies (before Covid-19 disrupted so many weddings, that is). If you think you’re under pressure these days, check out this wedding where a bride is glued to her laptop instead of the