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Susan Breslow Sardone

Surprise Honeymoons

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Would a surprise honeymoon delight or dismay you?

It's not uncommon and it's not right for all couples (you've got to trust). But it can work perfectly if the honeymoon planner knows the bride well and she's flexible and open to experience.

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April 23, 2011 at 6:42 am
(1) La Divina says:

Perhaps a honeymoon is too important an event to not involve your partner in the decision and planning stage. From my experience as owner of a boutique accommodation, I have found that in the majority of times, it’s the woman who decides and plans the holiday and men tend to be more flexible when their partner has made the decision. This is, of course, somewhat of a generalisation. In principle, I think that surprising your partner with something unexpected is a good thing, but a honeymoon is perhaps not the opportunity to do so.

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