Tim and I haven't decided on our honeymoon locale yet, and it's in fact one of the things we're having the hardest time deciding. We've got the venue, caterer, photographer, dj, florist, and we're close to settling on a baker. But the honeymoon! We can't figure it out.
I need tips.
Here are our thoughts...
One of my girlfriends told me that people have been recommending all-inclusive to her because the honeymoon is the last place you want to restrict spending or limit drinks or nice food because of cost.
So the all-inclusive I've had my eye on?
Sandals La Toc in St. Lucia. Anyone gone? Know people who have? Thoughts?
What other all-inclusive spots have you been to or heard about that would be good for a honeymoon?
Another option that isn't all-inclusive is to do something smaller like go to NYC and eat at nice restaurants and see some shows and then take a major trip next spring once the sticker shock of the wedding has worn off.
Thoughts on that idea? If you did it or like it, what are some other places besides NYC?
And the last option that I've been toying with? Going ahead all out right now and heading to Italy...although I don't think this is going to happen.
What would you say are the advantages and disadvantages to this? Did you go big?
I would really want to go to Greece, but most people laugh and scowl because of their economic state right now...so I guess that one can wait until the world settles down.
What do you think? I'm honestly asking for your help here, because I definitely trust your opinion! What I would like the very very most is some more all-inclusive non-Carribean or Mexican ideas. Do those exist?
Where did you go on your honeymoon, or where would you like to go?
And a quick peek at where we're going for flowers (or where I hope we're going)...
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