The New Honeymoons of 2021
The honeymoon is a traditional and important part of the wedding process. It’s the first vacation as a married couple. As a result, the couple solidifies their new relationship status and gets to know each other away from the everyday life they live together.
Due to the global pandemic of Covid, Americans are very limited in places to travel outside the United States. As a result, honeymoons have evolved so that couples can still have that time together even if they can’t go to exotic locals around the world to spend them.
The tinymoon is a small honeymoon for couples following their wedding. Couples will stay in the same city where the wedding for a few days. Travel is limited to local interests. Air travel is avoided—a few relaxing days in a nice hotel room and safely visiting that city’s restaurants and parks.
The nanomoon evolved in 2020 due to Covid. Nanomoons are road trips to explore more local destinations. For instance, think a drive through wine country while staying at local inns—similarly, driving to nature-based, state park destinations. Camping, glamping, and staying in cabins are also popular and safe ideas for nanomoons.
An elopementmoon is an elopement and a honeymoon all in one. Couples can get very creative with their ceremony and elopementmoon to create an all-inclusive experience. Spas, resorts, and hotels are perfect locations for the elopementmoon.
These types of honeymoons are really placeholders for the day when the global pandemic ends and traditional honeymoons are possible again. We predict that will bring about the massivemoon-a supersized vacation for all the couples that put their plans on hold or had smaller honeymoons in 2020. The massivemoon will have all the travel, fun, and amazing destinations that are just not possible now.
We Specialize in All-Inclusive
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…