The best way to remove the stress factor in almost any situation is to plan well. The better you plan, the more problems you are prepared to handle; so that if/when a problem does surface, it barely registers as a blip on your radar. You’ll be far too busy relishing in bliss to deal with stress!
After consulting a few of my almighty web sources, I gathered that it’s best to start planning your honeymoon as early as possible. You and your partner-to-be should sit down early on in the wedding planning process and talk about where you’d like to go, how long you’d like to honeymoon for (is forever an option?) and what your honeymoon budget is. You’ll also want to discuss when you want to leave. Many couples leave the morning after their wedding, but some like to wait a few days or even a few weeks later so they can unwind and get organized following the wedding.
If you and your partner have decided to travel someplace exotic, such as a destination outside of the country, you’ll also want to take the time to arrange for passports and visas well ahead of time and make sure your driver’s license is up to date!
If you and your partner are having difficulties seeing eye to eye on certain parts of your trip, consider consulting a travel agent. Not only will a travel agent be able to provide you with insider advice on your trip, but s/he can also serve as a kind of mediator to help you and your partner come to an agreement.
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