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If you are a couple who will have a few days at home before you head off, then you may want to partake in some of the things we have mentioned already, but you may also want to take the added opportunity to do other things...





Other Days

For those of you setting off a few days after your wedding, then the last thing you’ll want is a lull. It is important that you keep the romance and excitement going, so why not indulge yourselves in one or more of the following:

Weddingsday A short break to a nearby romantic city. If you're in the UK, places like Chester, Stratford, York and Edinburgh are the ideal destinations for a short honeymoon break.



Weddingsday An activity day or two. Such an occasion could involve some friends or relatives and can range from anything such as karting to clay pigeon shooting.



Weddingsday A few nights at a luxury hotel near to your departure point (ideally one with health & beauty treatments available).



Weddingsday A trip to the cinema to see a romantic movie followed by a candlelit meal at an exclusive restaurant.



Weddingsday A crash course in a foreign language (ideally the one they’ll speak in the place you’re going to!)

Whatever you decide to do, try to avoid going back to work unless you really need to.


The period between your wedding and your honeymoon should be treated as the ‘unofficial honeymoon’ and you shouldn’t lose sight of this. Make sure that you have things planned, even if they are simple cost-free activities, otherwise you’ll find that the romance and excitement that has been built up can easily fall away. Too many newlyweds forget about, or overlook, this time and it is such a shame (and somewhat of a waste as well). Try to ensure you’re not one of those couples.

Related: We've a host of honeymoon ideas and advice on the site, not to mention our honeymoon directory that's filled with local travel agents and foreign destinations to help you on your way. For ideas and friendly advice from like-minded couples, be sure to check out our honeymoon & travel forum.


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