Weddings of 30 people or less can happen here in the UK, but what about honeymooners? It seems that you can now welcome a small ceremony and a meeting, but going abroad on a honeymoon can be a bit difficult. With so many travel restrictions and quarantine rules, you may want to revisit your honeymoon plans until the travel ban is lifted. But you have just got married, you need some ways to celebrate the first days of marriage. Today I invited Kiley Morrow to the blog to give us some fab ideas of how to make the most of the first days of a wedding. Anyway, who needs a fancy holiday !!
No honeymoon? 6 Ways to Separate the First Days of Marriage
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The current epidemic has forced everyone to change their plans, and yes, it also includes travel plans. For newlyweds, it is given after the ceremony to go on a honeymoon, but unfortunately, it will not be possible to visit that beautiful destination as everyone is required to stay in their homes.
Luckily, there are still some things you can do to make this home-based honeymoon special. Here are some ideas to make the most of the first days of your wedding.
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Wear special lungi
Loungewear is big these days with everyone staying in their homes. Separating on a set for you and your partner and wearing it in the comfort of a new space that you both share. Just don’t do it for cheap stuff. If you participate on your holiday, you should look into your loungewear as well as your own. Think of luxurious materials like Kashmiri or silk. This will make the function of lounging even more special.
Airlines may be closing their doors on flights, but this may be a completely different matter with hotels and accommodation. Check your area to see if there are resorts or bed and breakfasts that are still open and stay booked some days. This is a great excuse to get out of the house and will still make your honeymoon feel like an official getaway.
Plan your official honeymoon
Since you can’t have your own official honeymoon, why not plan it in advance? After the epidemic is over, spend a day with your spouse about the places you want to visit. You have plenty of time to prepare so don’t be afraid to think outside the box. Maybe you want to visit the pyramid ruins of Egypt or visit the coldest glacier in Argentina. Once you decide on a destination, it is time to plan the logistics and come up with a budget. Now you will have the goal to work!
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Get rid of distractions
It can be easy to get information about news headlines and social updates from friends about coronovirus. This is a time when you should enjoy with each other so that it becomes a point to get rid of such distractions in your first few days as a married couple. For example, you can agree to unplug for the rest of the week or turn off news and social media notifications on your phone.
Boredom is a trigger that makes you want to check these things out so that you want to plan a full schedule with your spouse. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy. The point is to relax and entertain, not get bored.
Shop for your house
Put that honeymoon fund to good use and shopping of furniture in your home! Evaluate your current location and decide together which items you need. There may be no seating area in your living room yet, so you’ll need a nice new couch. Or the mattress in your bedroom doesn’t really feel comfortable to sleep on so that you can go ahead and have a mattress you both like. This can be a fun and complete activity for both of you. You can enjoy online shopping by creating a place that both of you can truly call yourself.
With all the money you can avoid not traveling, you can spend it instead of a fancy takeaway. You can protect yourself from the hassle of cooking food by supporting local businesses that may suffer at this time. Check out your local area for restaurants that offer delivery and have fun picking up appetizing items from the menu.
What are you going to do with your spouse in these honeymoon ideas? Share your thoughts in the comments below.