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    Honeymoon Travel Checklist

    Congratulations! The big day has come to a close and all of the stresses of planning your wedding have dissipated. Hopefully, everything went smoothly and you can now focus on the final step of your wedding experience. It’s now time to kick back, relax, and enjoy the honeymoon!

    honeymoon travel checklist

    Before you make a b-line to the airport and throw on your Hawaiian shirt, there are a few things you’ll have to take care of. Traveling is a complex task as it is, but once you throw the label of “honeymoon” on it, the need for perfection skyrockets. The best way to tackle the components of planning the honeymoon of your dreams is to take them one step at a time. Below, is the definitive checklist of what you’ll need to make the most out of your vacation: Read more

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    Size Isn’t Everything: How To Make The Most Of Your Smaller Than Average Wedding Budget

    Surveys show that the average cost of a UK wedding now stands at over £27k, and that’s excluding the royal wedding. However, money shouldn’t stop any couple from celebrating their love. Even if your budget is significantly smaller than the national average, it’s still possible to enjoy a magical day that you’ll never forget.

    As with many aspects of modern life, establishing a sense of balance is key. Opt for luxury in the right areas while making cutbacks elsewhere, and you should see stunning outcomes. Focus on these four factors below, and you won’t go far wrong.

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    Top Seven Rules for Great Outdoor Weddings

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    A wedding is the most unorthodox feeling you can ever have. It is the life-changing event. After the wedding, you have to face new challenges, and you may get to an optimal state which you didn’t think of. But a wedding is an indication of positivity in a person life which helps them get in touch with their responsibilities and their critical life. It is a border between immatureness to matureness. Read more

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