Top 6 Tips for Your Honeymoon

Here are the top 6 tips to make your honeymoon truly extraordinary.

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Wanderable has condensed all our favorite honeymoon tips into one list that is easy to follow, so you can enjoy a truly memorable honeymoon.

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1. Start packing early 

You’re busy enough prepping for the big day, so preparing your packing list a few months early will help you kickstart the process of dashing around various stores to gather any last-minute travel supplies.

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2. Invest in phone accessories

Find quality phone lenses (like this one) or apps (like this one) which are designed so you can take and edit truly gorgeous images, perfect for you to take gorgeous selfies during your trip.

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3. Dress in similar colors 

Simply pick clothes in the same color scheme and stick to it. Love blue and red? Then bring outfits in varying shades of blue and red for maximum efficiency and an infinite world of mixing and matching options!

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How to Keep your Honeymoon Stress Free

 How to Keep your Honeymoon Stress Free

Travel inherently has the potential for being stressful, even if that travel is to celebrate one of the greatest occasions in life. Here are Wanderable’s tips to keep your honeymoon as happy and as tension-free as possible.

Do your research:  Are you going abroad or staying domestic? Whether you need to construct travel itineraries or get vaccinations and passports in order, do your research and plan accordingly. Planning in advance will help to avoid unnecessary stresses along the way.

Book or at least plan local transportation:  If you plan well enough, then you’ll have more time to enjoy your destination. Find a hotel that is within walking distance of the local attractions or figure out the transportation details beforehand! Depending on where you’re headed, you may need to research buses, trains, flights, boats, or even ferries.

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