Saturday, February 5, 2011


All of those weeks and months are spent planning, spending all of that money, making all of those decisions about who, where, what and when. The big day finally comes.......all of the guests arrive, the music is playing, everyone is seated. In comes the groom to the front of the room. He waits for his bride to enter. The anticipation is awesome. Suddenly she enters the sanctuary with her father by her side. The groom's pulse intensifies. All of the guests rise to stand in her presence. There she is in that beautiful white dress of lace and chiffon. Her bouquet of white roses and ribbon is nested in her hand while she grips her father's elbow. Here comes the bride playing from the organ. She marches down the aisle to join with her groom. The minister reads the vows aloud. The bride and groom recite the vows to one another. Then the pronouncement and the groom kisses his wife. They rush down the center aisle while the guests applaud their union.

The greetings and reception are over. The day has been exhausting, yet wonderul. Where to go now? Hopefully, the bride and groom have planned that perfect honeymoon. Designed to be celebrative, relaxing, entertaining, private, loud, quiet.......whatever the couple will enjoy. Maybe it's a trip to an all-inclusive resort in Jamaica, or onboard a beautiful cruise ship. Hawaii, the perfect spot for honeymooners. Europe to enjoy Paris or to sail on a casual river cruise. So many choices.

Every couple should include a honeymoon to complete the whole wedding experience. It can be as elaborate or as simple as they prefer. A travel agent like me is a wonderful resource to help with the planning and reservations. Whether it be a trip to the coast for a few days or a week long get-away, give me a call or drop me an email. I will be glad to help make the dream trip a reality.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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