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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

HoneyLuna Honeymoon Registries Are An Acceptable Bridal Registry Option - (a nice little "say so" from Real Simple!)

We LOVE this!  Yes, HoneyLuna honeymoon registries ARE an acceptable bridal registry option!

Thank you for the kudos Real Simple!


P.S. The Emily Post Institute of Etiquette also says honeymoon registries are an acceptable bridal registry option!

Monday, January 9, 2012

Honeymoon Budget: 25 Ways to Honeymoon for Less shared with you by HoneyLuna

Don't hitchhike to your honeymoon!  Use HoneyLuna!
Here is a great article on the Knot.com with 25 Ways To Honeymoon For Less - we especially like #3!

The secrets to getting the most bang for your honeymoon buck are to shop around and plan ahead. Keep in mind that you can avoid paying full price about 99% of the time -- even some early-booking discounts apply to peak times. Here are 25 money-saving tips to help you plan the romantic vacation of your discount dreams.

1. Set Your Priorities

First decide what your goals are for the trip and exactly what you can and can't live without. Let's say you have $1,000 for the honeymoon. If pampering is first on your list, book a long weekend in the suite of a nearby spa resort. If getting away from it all is most important, use that same amount of money to take a week-long camping trip complete with gourmet eats and treats.


2. Work With A Travel Agent

For one-stop, stress-free trip planning, a travel agent can't be beat. They can save you money with air/hotel or fly/drive/hotel packages (thanks to their high business volume), they have the skinny on last-minute or ongoing sales, and can offer the wisdom gained from years of travel experience. For savings at sea, call an agency that specializes in booking cruises. And be sure to let the travel agent know your priorities so he knows exactly what to cut and keep from your itinerary.


3. Consider A Honeymoon Registry

Here's how it works: Some travel agencies and tour operators offer a registry service by which they collect, track, and apply contributions from your wedding guests toward your honeymoon expenses. Some services, such as www.honeyluna.com, even allow guests to "sponsor" specific activities such as a sunset cruise, scuba trip, spa treatment, or meal at a romantic restaurant.


To read the rest of the article, please visit  http://wedding.theknot.com/honeymoons/honeymoon-planning/articles/25-ways-to-honeymoon-on-a-budget.aspx