3 Must Dos On Your Honeymoon To Wind Down From Wedding Stress

Wedding planning can get seriously stressful for small weddings and big weddings alike. It takes months, if not years, to plan the perfect wedding, and you can’t wait until it’s over. Half of women (50%) say that wedding planning was much more stressful than they had imagined, and reported spending 11 hours every week planning. You are counting down the days until you and your future spouse say I do.

This is why the honeymoon comes at the perfect time! All you want to do is decompress from the stresses of planning and commotion of planning the perfect, unique wedding. If you want to plan the perfect couples trip for your honeymoon, there are some must dos to add to your list. Here are three things every couple should do on their honeymoon as a perfect way to unwind and de-stress.

Have a Romantic, Candlelit Dinner

This may sound slightly cliche, but when else can you have a romantic candlelit dinner with your spouse? You and your new spouse can just enjoy the night with no stress or responsibilities. Gaze into each other’s eyes in the glow of the candlelight while you enjoy a wonderful meal on your first getaway as husband and wife.

Spa Day!

A surefire way to get rid of wedding planning stress is a spa trip with your spouse for a couples massage. Getting a massage will help release any tension that has built up from the months of planning. Receiving a massage together is a great way for the two of you to bond and share the experience of a lifetime.

Try Something New

Your honeymoon is the best time to try something new. Take an adventure with your spouse that you will never forget. You will make memories with your new spouse that you will never forget, and you might even discover a new passion that you didn’t know you had.

You and your spouse deserve to have the trip of a lifetime after your wedding. Let your honeymoon be relaxing and stress free by getting a couples massage, enjoying dinner in the candlelight, and trying something new that you won’t have the opportunity to do elsewhere.