Top Honeymoon Destinations for the Romantic in you!

A honeymoon is a perfect time for the newlyweds to explore more about one another. Like everything else, even the trend in honeymoon-ing is also seen to undergo a change.

Taking international trips is the most common trend seen these days as it gives the newlyweds a chance to experience a new culture, tradition, heritage and much more.

But honestly speaking, within India are also so many places that are as beautiful and intriguing as any international destination.

These can be a perfect option for those who are low on their honeymoon budget. There are many honeymoon packages available which are super budget-friendly and also comfortable.

Here is a list of top honeymoon places you could visit with your beloved ones:

Heaven on Earth: Andamans

This is one of the most trending holiday destinations in India. It is surrounded by magnificent beaches, secluded islands, and seas. It is a perfect destination for the newlyweds to start their journey from.

Paradise Indeed: Kashmir

Undoubtedly, the beauty of Kashmir doesn’t need a definition. It is indeed a perfect getaway for romantic couples. In fact, Kashmir honeymoon packages in India are the most opted tour packages by couples.  It is a complete package of scenic beauty, shopping, gardens and much more to enjoy.

Taste of Royalty: Udaipur

Udaipur, also known as the city of lakes, is one of those specular honeymoon destinations. It is the ideal place for couples looking for a touch of royalty all throughout their special vacation. It is fondly called the Venice of the east, because of its rich historical heritage.

French Love and much more: Pondicherry

If you are one of those passionate lovers, then you could prefer Pondicherry honeymoon packages. They are both inexpensive yet romantic as hell. It has a lot of things for you to enjoy its amazing waterfront and beach promenades. In fact, it is a place for many French colonies.

Backwater bliss: Alleppey

If you want to experience true royalty; live like a king and queen; Experience the nature at its best then Alleppey is the destination for you. A luxurious stay at one of those houseboats is an experience on its own. The serenity and nature all around would give you the best vacation indeed.

Save The Dime: Register your wedding On Time!!


The whole hype about a wedding is the celebration of uniting two lovebirds right? But ironically it is the last thing you actually do.

Did not understand what I am trying to say? Let me explain.
Registering your wedding isn’t as straight and straightforward as it appears in Bollywood movies. It involves a lot of paperwork, appointments to and most importantly, running around to get this done. And after the humungous ceremony you just had, it is the last thing you are willing to do.

Up until now, unless there is an immediate travel plan- couples tend to delay the actual registry of their wedding.

But the Government seem have dawned senses and have passed a new law stating that if you are not registering your wedding within thirty days of your righteous ceremony, you are vulnerable to be fined!

This fine was earlier applicable only after a period of 60 days from the wedding. But now the deadline has been cut short by 30 days, post which couples would be charged a fine of Rs.5 on a daily basis. This can go up to Rs.2000 if delayed for a year.

It is always better to get done with it as soon as your wedding is done since it is mandatory to register the wedding in the state where your wedding ceremony took place. Also, it helps eliminate wrong practices like child marriage.

So all you brides and grooms to be, don’t just tie the knot in front of the Agni, make it official legally!


Big Fat Summer Wedding:

Big Fat Summer Wedding

Planning your big day? Confused when should you host it? We bring to a list of pros and cons of having a summer wedding. While planning a perfect wedding date, many things come into the picture- from auspicious date to venue availability. But the weather is the key most factors indeed.
Beautiful weather:
With a clear, breezy sky- you can have your special ceremony outdoors. This gives you a lot of space to expand your creativity to make your big day even more memorable.
Just be sure to do that the weather forecast doesn’t say too hot or humid or even chances of rain.


Perfectly bloomed flowers:
Do I need to state the importance of flowers in an Indian wedding? From the varmala to décor- it plays a vital role everywhere. Some of the most popular flowers used are Sunflower, Violet, Zinnia, and Orchids. Flowers are always at their best during summer – both in terms of their freshness and cost.

Guests would be much freely available:
With schools having long summer breaks, it’s convenient for all your guests with kids to be available during summer. It also gives them a chance to enjoy breaks from their usual sultry schedule.

Ladies can experiment with their dressing:
With summer kicking in, ladies you can get back to experimenting with your sleeves and even wear your favourite backless cholis. True, being as brave as we are- we do wear them in winters too but cmon we all know how freezy we get.


Added expense of cooling:
As beautiful as it sounds, it has its disadvantages too- the heat could kill the entire vibe, so be sure you make plenty of arrangements to keep it cool. Arrange for tents and cooling requirements. Ensure you have the perfect thirst quenching and body cooling specials on your menu.

Let’s not forget the sweat and heat:
Choose the right time of the day for your ceremony. If it’s hot and humid, definitely that’s not the time to host an outdoor ceremony.A nicely done indoor ceremony with enough air conditioning would set the mood better than the harsh scorchy heat. Admit it; no one really enjoys such weddings

Extra attention to details:
Due to the weather, flowers and food tend to get spoilt faster during summers, so you need to pay extra attention to ensure everything is perfect. Eventually, you don’t want to have a blunder in your big day, do you?

Bridal concerns:
Summer weddings would traumatic, especially for the brides. With their heavy lehengas and decked up makeup and jewellery, it could make it difficult to enjoy their special day. So you should make enough provisions to make it as comfortable for her as possible.