Whether or not you’ve known your husband for a long while before your wedding, a honeymoon is a great opportunity to be playful and loving. Here are some sweet surprises that’ll not only make him happy but will also make him feel like the luckiest man in the world! Read on...
Rather than waiting for a taxi from the airport to the hotel, we suggest you pre-book a dashing convertible for your prince charming.Oh, and don’t forget to decorate it with roses!
Why wait till you reach your honeymoon destination when you can surprise him in transit? Make sure you put some thought to your gift as you don’t want any clumsy moment there!
Nothing can be as romantic as watching a sunrise together. Even though waking up early on your honeymoon doesn’t sound like a great idea, we bet it will be all worth it! Whether it is a beach or the mountains, choose a secluded spot beforehand for a hassle-free morning surprise!
Don’t ruin your ultimate ‘us time’ by constantly checking social media or answering your phone. This would probably be the only time you’ll be all by yourselves with complete privacy. So make the most out of it.
Rather than exploring the city, surprise your husband by planning a road trip to an unknown location. Rent a car, pack all the things you would need and hit the road. Let him drive while you navigate. Who knows, it might turn out to be your best romantic date ever!
Leave a note on his pillow asking him to see you at the beach. Dress the part in your favourite beachwear and don’t forget to pack some yummy food along. Now need we say more?
Ditch the bed and plan to spend a night under the stars. Snuggle, share stories and exchange sweet nothings. This is the ‘fairytale moment’ that we are sure, he’ll thank you for even years later.
Buy a postcard and write him a note telling him how lucky you feel to be married to him. Don’t just leave him the postcard, actually post it! If he’s sentimental, he will surely treasure it for a lifetime.
If your hubby is a wine lover, then a visit to a winery would be a good idea. Most wineries can organize a romantic dinner, which can make the visit even more memorable.