Honeymoon in Maui

Honeymoon in Maui

Honeymoon in Maui

Your Honeymoon is so important!

A wedding without a honeymoon is like a birthday with no cake. You simply can not overlook your honeymoon when planning your wedding.  Many couples put off honeymoons because of work or a limited budget.  That is no way to start a marriage!  Your honeymoon sets the tone for your new life – A honeymoon provides your first memorable moments as a couple. It sets the stage on how a couple treats each other and prepares the path to wedded bliss. Couples need to decide what they are looking to get out of their vacation together. At the top of most couple’s lists are an adventure, relaxation, romance, and an exciting location.  Deciding on a location that checks all those boxes AND fits in your budget can be frustrating.

Always Factor in your Honeymoon.

When planning your wedding, always include your honeymoon in the budgeting process.  Traditionally, the groom’s family pays for the honeymoon.  Nail that down when planning the wedding, don’t be intimidated to discuss it.  Figure out your budget and do not let anything make you compromise your plans.  There are plenty of middle-aged divorcees with stories about putting off their honeymoons for better times that just never happened.  Seize the day and make it a priority, it is a great foundation to build a healthy marriage. It is a time to focus on each other and the life you are creating together.

Beach Honeymoons

A beach honeymoon is the perfect post-nuptial escape because it can be as relaxing or adventurous as you like. Most couples gravitate toward the ocean.  Their vision for their honeymoon involves a beach. The beach brings so much to the table for honeymoons.  It provides romance-long walks on the beach, sunsets, sunrises, and frolicking in the surf. Being on the ocean provides adventure and activities like parasailing, boating, snorkeling, and swimming with dolphins.  The relaxation part is a given-tropical drink, lounge chairs, sunbathing, and the calming ocean.  

Honeymoon in Maui

Couples can find beaches all over the world – all you need is a place where land meets water. Leaving the country can strain a honeymoon budget with expensive airfare and hotels.  The US is full of beaches but only one has been chosen as one of the best beach destinations in the world.  Maui has 30 miles of white, red, and black sand beaches, 80 beaches in total and has more miles of accessible beach than any of the other Hawaiian Islands. It is exotic but you don’t need a passport.  It boasts many opportunities for adventure from snorkeling, waterfalls, hiking, whale watching, day trips, and more.  Maui has miles of beautiful beaches to choose from for walks and sunsets.  All the elements for an amazing honeymoon are already there, couples just need to show up and enjoy.

50% off Honeymoon Special!

Hidden River Events knows how important your honeymoon is and how to make it happen. Honeymoon in Maui and take advantage of our once-in-a-lifetime special! 50% off a 7-night stay at a beautiful Maui Oceanfront resort. All you have to do is book a non-Saturday date in 2020 and Hidden River Events will give you the wedding and Maui honeymoon of your dreams without the stress or breaking your budget. Click Here to learn more.

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At first, we thought all-inclusive meant just having all the infrastructure ready to go for the couple, so what looks like such a simply beautiful, largely outdoor wedding could be as clean and simple as the lines of the tent.  There should be no hassles about getting in all the infrastructure and having it ready for your wedding. We did not want to witness a rental truck showing up at the last minute and a mom or bridesmaid, or the couple themselves, setting up chairs and tables–even mowing the yard–on the morning of the wedding.  These were all things Jeanne witnessed repeatedly over the years. No wonder people were exhausted before their wedding even began…

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